When I hear you are pregnant I might just have a little cry
At 37 years old, it is not surprising that I have heard the phrase ‘I’m pregnant!’ uttered hundreds of times by many people I love and care about.
While I will always be happy for a friend with good news, I’m not the one to come to for screaming bouts of elation. I need time and space to digest the news and I’ll tell you why.
I have one son of five and after having a normal pregnancy with him; I suffered three miscarriages in a row.
Where as pregnancy is a wonderful life event to share with the world, miscarriage is a sad and lonely affair that no one really wants to talk about. At worst miscarriage is messy, painful and heartbreaking. At best it is inconvenient and frustrating.
Read more: https://www.mamamia.com.au/how-i-cope-hearing-im-pregnant-after-miscarriage/