Monthly Archives: June 2014

Finding a bit of hope

I was correct in the fact that once my period started I’d be in a lot better frame of mine. After a horrible work day Tuesday with lots of baby reminders as apparently everyone in my office is pregnant, and … Continue reading

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A Weekend Away

Last weekend my husband and I went away for the weekend to Sanibel Island to just relax and get my mind off things. The weekend was amazing and exactly what I needed.  I was able to relax, ignore everything that … Continue reading

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Starting over

Before I had my miscarriage, I was a bit of a runner. Nothing amazing, but I have multiple half marathons under my belt and many other random lengths of races.  However, I stopped running when my morning sickness got so … Continue reading

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Good Days

Lately I had a few not exactly “good days,” but okay days with some sad moments.  It’s not that I am forgetting, but it is getting a tiny bit easier.  I got another hospital bill last night. That always crushes … Continue reading

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Unfair…

Today I had a conversation I’ve had multiple times already.  Why is it that some people (who don’t want kids, or don’t want to take care of them) get pregnant and have no issues? While others who really do want … Continue reading

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Support…

One of the greatest things that I’ve learned from having a miscarriage is who my real friends are.  Even if we aren’t telling people, a lot of people have seen my vague posts on twitter or facebook and noticed I … Continue reading

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The Chair

Back when I was pregnant before the miscarriage, we were in the process of finishing furnishing our home.  During this process, we decided to get a really nice recliner rocker that could be used in the baby’s room.  We figured … Continue reading

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