Guess reading up would of helped?
The biggest thing we fail on after the loss of a baby/child?
Aftercare - Even the system alonly cknowledges the "words" when faced with you face to face. The feeling of wtf has just happened can take years to acknowledge.
Trust me 10 years tomorrow is my sons Angelversary. The first year that his life existed and celebrated because you were expected to be "It's 1 of those things". Now I ask DO they care or is it guilt?
Worse is ut me not wanting to share him.
My heart goes out to you. We lost our daughter on her due date and I agree completely that acknowledging our children and celebrating anniversaries is important. Take care
Hi thank you for being so kind to reply. I apologise it's just took me to today I think to have the courage to come back on. As, daft as that sounds I don't know what I expected from writing on a blog. I just needed a bit of the world to say I'm still a mum.
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