I had been worried about 2nd March but felt my new baby would help me through it, but now I have lost two in 6 months I am really really not looking forward to it. I felt my husband moved on from the 1st loss a lot quicker than me and ended up with me getting really upset about it but then he explained how he feels and that he hadn't forgotten or anything, it was just crossed wires really. xx I am sorry for what you have all been though, my thoughts are with you.End of July - beginning August is going to be horrible too. I am thinking of going to see a counsellor, I don't know. We has a missed miscarriage in October which was discovered at my first scan, we were so shocked but our due date was 28th April a little time to go yet but I'm dreeding it.
Every week I keep thinking " I would have been 32 weeks gone this week..."etc, it's very hard to stop thinking that way.
I have a 2 year old daughter who I am very grateful for and I can't understand why after I've had a perfectly healthy baby, that I now keep losing them.
Sorry about the rant, my husband was very upset and seemed to deal with it better then me so I feel like I'm going round in circles.
I do have a lovely 15 month old son who is the best, when he is around I always have a smile on my face so I am very very grateful for him and enjoy our time.
All I have left of the baby I wanted so badly is a picture from my 12 week scan, everytime I look at it I feel upset and angry.
I feel like my fiance has moved past what happened, I feel silly everytime I burst out crying for no reason, I've done it so much since august that I feel he get's a bit fed up of seeing me like that.
I've heard of people buying a teddy bear or other special things.
Perhaps as you approach your due date you could buy a present that you would give to the baby and then keep it special.
I would say (and I might be wrong) that since he is not ready to try again that he hasn't moved passed it, as you think he has.
I used to think that about my husband, he was just keeping strong for me and in fact he could remember the dates etc and it did affect him. I also lost a baby in August, would've been due 2nd March this year. I had an ERPC on August 4th, then in November I got pregnant again.
I know how hard it is my sil was due 2 days after me, and sometimes I look at my niece now and think you should have a cousin the same age. Tell your husband you want to do something special on your due date, just because he doesn't talk about it doesn't mean he's forgot or doesn't care.