I'm sorry. Its a difficult thing. I'm 35 weeks preggo with my 3rd child who was diagnosed with anencephaly (missing part or all of the skull & brain) at 12 weeks and she won't survive very long after birth. It was extremely hard to tell people when I found out because it was just so raw it was hard to tell people over and over again when I was hurting so much. But I did find it much easier telling everyone at once (over my facebook actually) what happened and asked that they refrain from questions or talking to me about it until I was ready. I did that after I got so many questions from everyone when I asked for prayers after I found out. And it was so hard to keep reliving it to everyone especially right after we found out. Maybe you can let everyone know and that you will accept their apologizes but if you don't want to talk about it tell them to just wait until your ready. I'm sorry for your loss.
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