Does anyone feel feel that a lot more recognition should go to the dads who have also lost there child. I felt really sad for my husband as the sympathy cards were addressed to me and 'Family'. I understand that we feel differently as we carried the child and felt there every move. but my husband was there for me through the sickness, the trapped nerves, the cravings and mood swings. He never onced grumbled and always made me feel like a million dollars even when i looked my worst. He was the happiest man alive when i told him i was pregnant and was looking forward to the day he got to meet his son. So this is recognition to all the dads who have also lost there babies. I am truly sorry for your loss.
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