Found shares: I think a woman who is pregnant after loss has a different experience entirely than a woman who has fortunately not been through that.
When you have experienced loss you are anxious all. the. time. You wonder if today is the last day you'll be pregnant, every time you pee or feel a twinge, you wonder if this is it, if this is the end. Now of course those who haven't suffered a loss have those anxious moments too and want nothing more than to have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby, but it's just not the same. The memory, the trauma.... it's a lot to work through.
The moment I found out I was pregnant again, I instantly battled over what I was actually feeling - which was scared & what I thought I should be feeling, which was positive. Then my dear best friend reminded me that it's okay to be both. I don't have to be just one emotion. I can be both excited and anxious, fearful and joyful. I should acknowledge my feelings and do what I can to make me feel comfortable, safe and happy. Protect my energy and the energy of this life inside me and be gentle with myself as my journey continues.
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