“I’m sorry, but…” are words no parent wants to hear. Especially when they are preceded by an ultrasound that shows no movement, or a doppler that can’t find a heartbeat. Navigating the road ahead may seem daunting and confusing. Facing the reality that your baby is no longer living, that you are miscarrying, or that you must plan for a stillbirth is as sad as it is scary to face.
I’m embarrassed to admit that I have a hard time asking for help. I’ve somehow developed a subconscious personal policy to minimize how much I allow others to contribute to my daily needs. I guess I figure since I’m blessed enough to be able to stay home with my children,