My hubby stated that he was more upset that I was upset.... not so much about the baby. He just thought that we would just have another one. But I felt that this was a life and it was MY CHILD...
His mother also didnt think much of it. She'd had a previous miscarriage as well but when I asked her about it she stated that she wasnt upset about losing the child because she didnt want anymore children. Of course I thought that was pretty heartless and my face must have shown it because she quickly retracted and said but I was saddened because of the loss of the life.
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My second miscarriage my pregnancy was pretty far along. It was evening and my husband was at work, 3-11 shift. I called and he was too busy to talk. You could see the baby in the toilet. I couldn't flush. He came home and didn't look and just flushed. It was 28 years ago and it still hurts.
My oldest son's girlfriend lived with us and was pregnant. She stopped feeling the baby kick. We went to the doctor's office and there was no heartbeat. The tech said it was God's way of getting rid of defective babies. That really ticked my son off. We went to the hospital ER and they said she was too far along for a D&C and she had to go through labor. They said she would be in labor for hours. The doctor and nurses left and my son went to get food. His girlfriend went in the bathroom and then she called me in. I delivered the baby in the ER bathroom.
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