Miscarriages and what you think about them

United States
August 2, 2010 9:16pm CST
I had three miscarriages before two healthy children and I believe that my kids will be waiting to meet me in heaven, that God took them early for a reason. Does any one else feel the same way? I love my kids they were at one time in my belly and I mourn every anniversary and wish they were here with me and their sister and brother, to play love and grow!
3 responses
@maximax8 (28570)
• United Kingdom
3 Aug 10
I think that is must be devastating to have one miscarriage so it must be twice as painful to have two miscarriages. I imagine it must be even more extremely upsetting to suffer a third miscarriage. Many people in that situation would believe they couldn't ever have a successful pregnancy. It was fortunate that you did go on to have two healthy children. It must be very sad for you on each of the baby's due dates that you miscarriaged. I don't know why miscarriages happen. I have a teenage son, a disabled toddler son and a baby daughter. I haven't ever had a miscarriage.
• United States
4 Aug 10
it is sad and its still hard at times, but luckily I have two gorgeous healthy kids which keeps my mind occupied a lot! thanks for your response I appreciate it
@maximax8 (28570)
• United Kingdom
6 Aug 10
It is excellent that you have two healthy children. They keep you busy in an enjoyable way so I am pleased.
• United States
11 Aug 10
Me too! I don't know where I'd be without them!
• United States
11 Aug 10
I believe that I too will see the baby that I miscarried some day in heaven. I just had heard the heartbeat the week before when I went to the ob/gyn doctor and the next week when I was to find out my due date, I miscarried. My husband and I were devastated when that happened. We do have an eight year old son but we still remember the day the miscarriage happened and mourn it every year. We did A Walk To Remember in honor of our baby and lit a candle too. That helped a little.
• United States
11 Aug 10
Aww! I am so sorry. I went in to hear my baby's heart beat and was told the baby didn't survive. I too was devastated. That is a great idea I never even thought of a walk to remember the child. I might start that each year, and do one each month I miscarried. Thanks for sharing your experience with me!
• United States
3 Aug 10
Miscarriages are very difficult. When I had my miscarriage Johnny and I were both in tears holding each other in the hospital. It was really difficult. I believe I will see that child again one day in Heaven though. That day will be a happy one
• United States
4 Aug 10
I remember how sad you both were and I agree that day will be a happy one!