Mom to “My Little Potato”

Went to be with God on October 14, 2012

Gray, Tennesse

On Wednesday, October 3rd my dream came true when I found out I was pregnant. I only got to enjoy my little potato for a week. The OB doctor told me something was wrong. He couldn’t find the baby, and the sharp pains I was feeling in my stomach were not looking good. The phone call I got a couple hours later broke my heart.

I can’t explain how within only one week I had fallen in love with this being I never really even had time to know, but I felt like everything I had ever wanted had been ripped away from me in only a matter of moments. A few doctors’ appointments later, they confirmed my miscarriage to be ectopic, and I had to get the injection.

I’ve been through a roller coaster of emotions from depression to hating the world. I’m scared for my future, wondering if I’ll ever get to be a mom. But this much I know: I’ll never forget my angel.

 <3 I would have given you the world, but you got Heaven instead.

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  1. Rachel Barnes says:

    Hey girly, I miss you so sorry to hear that you lost your baby. But God wanted him/her to be with him. :) If you need anything let me know. I LOVE YOU!!!

  2. I’m so sorry you had to go throught that. I understand the pain, I too have gone through ectopic pregnancy. Please know you are not alone. Feel free to emial me or post on my blog.

    Wishing you lots of Love,

  3. Thank you so much for your comment. I could have never believed I could have immagined how common miscarraige is. Even my best friends mom told me she had a ectopic pregnancy before she had my best friend. So it gives me hope that others had sucessfull pregnancys afterwards. We’ve been trying again for a couple weeks now, I wonder if it will happen as fast as it did last time, or will it take months or even years, and will it be sucessfull. Its all so scary, but I just got to remember God has a plan; he knows what hes doing!

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