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Re : Maggie's birthday

Postby forlogan » Fri Oct 15, 2004 03:12 pm

by forlogan (84 Posts), Fri Oct 15, 2004 03:12 pm

Oh Jenn....I'm so sad right along with you. I'm so sorry, as I am for all of us, that we have to feel the pain we endure. Just know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I pray that you find a way to find peace and comfort. What an honor that your precious Maggie was born on the National Day of Remembrance. You have many, many prayers heading your way today.

Best of luck to you in your "adventure" ttc. Your little Maggie will send a beautiful little one your way. I just know it!

Sending you lots of hugs![;)]


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DH Bryan (32)
Mom & Dad to:
Talia - 7 (full term, no complications) 1-31-97
Logan - (Stillborn at 25w due to severe PE) 5-16-04 and 4 little Angels in Heaven
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Re : Maggie's birthday

Postby space_coaster » Fri Oct 15, 2004 07:14 pm

by space_coaster (88 Posts), Fri Oct 15, 2004 07:14 pm

Jenn, I'm coming in on this a little late but I just wanted to send you some hugs and comfort on Maggie's birthday. When I lit my candle for Michelle tonight, I thought of all the other precious babies who have been lost. How I wish we had them to hold instead of just our memories.

Jocelyn (36)
Mommy to Michelle Elizabeth, 8/25-9/1/04, 24w1d, 1 lb 3 oz, severe PE/HELLP syndrome

Michelle's memorial page: http://www.geocities.com/jfiorello68
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Re : Maggie's birthday

Postby jenndola » Fri Oct 15, 2004 11:11 pm

by jenndola (1850 Posts), Fri Oct 15, 2004 11:11 pm

I wanted to thank everyone for your support. It hasn't been the easiest of days, but I've gotten through it. Of course, getting through it involved bursting into tears at lunch when I found out Subway temporarily couldn't take debit cards (I didn't have any cash), petulantly buying Ben & Jerry's for lunch because nothing else sounded good, and then sobbing in the break room while I ate my chocolate fudge brownie. But later hubby and I went to dinner with my parents, and they gave me tulip bulbs to plant in her honor, and then we came home, lit a candle for Maggie, and watched her ultrasound video. And my heart didn't break like I thought it would--I smiled at the reminder that I had carried such a lively little girl inside me.

I think I just might make it, ladies.



Jenn
Missed miscarriage/D&C 14 weeks
Angel Maggie stillborn due to HELLP Syndrome & PIH at 19.5 wks
Miscarriage 6 weeks
Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS)
TTC #4 is a go...someday...after shoulder surgery...until something else comes up...
I'm putting my perinatologist's kids through college!
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Re : Maggie's birthday

Postby tracey » Sat Oct 16, 2004 07:07 am

by tracey (919 Posts), Sat Oct 16, 2004 07:07 am

Jenn
I'm so sorry I missed your post yesterday. I hope you were able to find some peaceful moments.
Reading that your parents gave you the tulip bulbs to plant in her honour brought tears to my eyes -- how wonderfully thoughtful.

Big hugs and prayers to you.

Tracey
mama to
angel Ila Elizabeth (02.06.04), 25w2d ~ severe pe/Class 1 HELLP
pea-in-the-pod, EDD 03.25.05
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Re : Maggie's birthday

Postby sam » Sat Oct 16, 2004 07:26 am

by sam (442 Posts), Sat Oct 16, 2004 07:26 am

Jenn
I too am sorry i missed your post yesterday,

just know that you are in my thoughts and prayers

peace, comfort and warmth to you at this difficult time

sam
London,UK
severe PE/class 1 HELLP @ 27wks
13th oct 2003
mummy to angel jake
http://www.shattered-dreams.uk.com/jakehayman.htm
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