Well I lost my daughter in November and two weeks after that it was too much for my husband and we seperated. During this whole time we still remained together, just in seperate houses. I think the loss was extremely hard for him to deal with/talk about/etc. So now that we are getting back to normal he is ready to start trying to conceive again. Although neither us actually want to talk about what would actually happen if I became pregnant again, we both long for another child. So I guess what I'm wondering is the thought of giving birth to another child that we will not bring home seems almost unbearable, so how do you get through this breath-taking fear that seems to overwhelm me and survive the 40 weeks of pregnancy without losing your mind? And if we do become pregnant again how do you feel joy knowing that this baby very well may never come home either?
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