The loss of a child is indescribable.
Chrissy and John Lenon lost their baby boy half way through their pregnancy and she’s shared her pain with millions of her followers. This has shed more light on the issue.
Miscarriage happens in 1 in 4 pregnancies, with lost occurring before 12 weeks. There are 250,000 miscarriages every year in the U.K.
She has been praised by charities for sharing her pain and heartbreak, even though she’s has been criticised for sharing so publicity. I think she’s brave and courageous, and I applaud her for her strength.
The pain of miscarriage is so heavy and No one should suffer alone, posting about her loss gave courage to millions of women who also posted comments about their loss and how her openness helps them relate and deal with their pain.
Her pain reminded me of the 2 miscarriages i suffered after 2 failed IVFs. I was numb for a few days each time as I bled out my babies. And the very thought of knowing it can happen again left me scared.
Miscarriage leaves a hole, a fear, an uncertain feeling deep down in ones guts..
Even after having two beautiful daughters, news like Chrissy’s always reminds me of those dark days.
Although i no longer grieve, I do remember.
Have you suffered loss, do not keep quiet, share your pain if you so choose, email us, leave a comment and we will lend a listening ear. We will cry with you and sit still with you. Grieve, don’t bottle it up.
Grieving is a natural way of reacting to devastating news.
Like a butterfly you flutter in my womb
like a womb you wriggle and turn.
I came to know you and love you so deeply
I saw our future as one big loop of love
your little feet truffled around
your little face as it filled up with a smile
i saw your face before you saw mine will lill hold that still still we meet again.
Holding out Hope to John and Chrissy and the milking who are grieving right now.
Your partner in Hope