25 Replies to “My STILLBIRTH STORY: Part 2, The Delivery”

  1. I weighed a pound and a half and was 13 inches long I'm so sorry for your loss we both have Angel babies waiting for us and I can hardly wait to see my baby it makes me unafraid of death

  2. Hated this story you act like it was a burden to give birth to your child and you just wanted to be home with your dog instead what mother says that well you aren't a mother there was more important shit going on like a baby lost her life was dying and you dont want to deal with it I'm sorry you seem snobby and selfish God knew you didn't deserve her that's why he took her

  3. I have no idea how anyone could listen to this story and give this video a thumbs down. I’m so incredibly sorry for your loss. I felt such a deep pain when you spoke about holding her. I was also diagnosed with a uterine septum after three early miscarriages. I had the septoplasty surgery and I am on the path to trying again. Thank you for having the courage to share this story. Like you said, people don’t talk about it enough and there should absolutely be a more visible support network for the parents who are hurting. Best of luck to you and your family.

  4. God bless you my dear,you know looking at your story it reminds us that everyone has a story of their own…I lost 2 babies, both at 26 weeks,I have no living children… your story is somewhat exact to mines so I can relate…but it was even harder the second time around…. I don't really like to talk about it,I to was going through depression. its something no one can understand except the person themselves…I know what depression can do..I was almost getting as if I was a mad woman,not wanting to see little babies around,and not wanting to be in a crowd… always remember God doesn't allow things in our lives that we cannot bear…after I went through it I couldn't even pray,but its not our will but God will be done..the only thing that truly helped me was church and Jesus Christ… we cannot hang on to the past,u must move on it is very very difficult, but u will have your children in Jesus name….may God grant you peace in your life and bless your family..

  5. You really can't judge and I understand your pain and grief it's not like you had a choice I'm so sorry for your loss

  6. ow when you cried I did. I lost too, and when I left the hospital I felt so empty.. felt completely that I almost had to pick up a random bag or something.. anything walking out of emergency. It's a very alienating and bizarre feeling. My bag comparison isn't quite capturing it.. but walking out alone is so so hard.

  7. l just lost my baby June 20, 2017. My water broke on June 17th. l was only 19wks so my daughter didn't make it. Hardest thing I've ever been thru. No one should ever have to bury their baby. l miss her everyday. 😔

  8. I thought you said you lost her at 23 weeks. I must have heard wrong. Sorry for your loss. I hope you're blessed with a healthy pregnancy in the future.

  9. I'm so sorry for your loss. Your decision is personal and profound. God Bless you and your husband

  10. It's so sad when a baby dies. I am so sorry for your loss. I had a miscarriage at 13 weeks. I regret not having been able to see my baby

  11. I teared up with you! I am so sorry for you loss! Thanks for sharing your journey, despite it being such a hard story for you!

  12. you are a very brave beautiful person,and my heart goes out to you,I am so so sorry you lost your daughter,and I hope with time it will become easier for you ,may god walk with you and his love surround you,till you meet your daughter again.

  13. you are a very brave beautiful person,and my heart goes out to you,I am so so sorry you lost your daughter,and I hope with time it will become easier for you ,may god walk with you and his love surround you,till you meet your daughter again.

  14. you are a very brave beautiful person,and my heart goes out to you,I am so so sorry you lost your daughter,and I hope with time it will become easier for you ,may god walk with you and his love surround you,till you meet your daughter again

  15. you are a very brave beautiful person,and my heart goes out to you,I am so so sorry you lost your daughter,and I hope with time it will become easier for you ,may god walk with you and his love surround you,till you meet your daughter again

  16. Hello Anna, your incredibly brave to share your story. We have to talk about this very painful subject. You are giving many parents strength by sharing your story. Understanding more about anatomy & health during pregnancy helps educate us all why these terrible things happen. We are such complex miracles. No more so than when we are pregnant. I lost my baby girl at 40.1 weeks. Turned out I'd developed gestational diabetes and it had gone unnoticed by my midwife. It was so hard for all of our family too. Then you have to face the aftermath. My heat felt wishes of healing to you. Xxxx

  17. Thank you for sharing your story. I know it could not have been easy but I learned new things, went through a myriad of emotions too. Thank you thank you.

  18. i have been searching youtube in hopes of finding someone like me who has had a termination of pregnancy due fetal abnormalities and maternal risk…its not greater pain in this world than losing a child…especially when we are faced with the choice no expecting mother wants to make …i too had a termination of pregnancy at 19 weeks 3days my son was diagnosed with hydrocephalus at 14 weeks but it got worst after monitoring it and turn out to be severe hydrocephalus and semi-lobar holopresencephaly..i gave birth to my sleeping angel on august 26 2015 he will always be my first born i cant wait until god blesses me with my 🌈

  19. Anna, thank you so much for sharing your story. I can really relate. We lost our baby girl at 29 weeks, just a few months ago. It is such a deep pain in my heart. I am so happy for you that you are expecting another baby. Your videos give me a lot of hope. Hugs.

  20. I also lost my baby girl Naomi at 26 weeks. She didn't have any fluid left either but we don't know what caused her death. It is so horrible. Thank you for sharing your story!

  21. Im so sorry about your daughter. I could not imagine your pain that you went through with finding out she was not good to giving birth. I know the pain afterwards is unbearable and one that not many really understand. I found your videos because I also lost my daughter in April of 2014. My husband and I are now expecting another little miracle so I was searching for pregnancy after stillbirth.  Thank you for sharing your story.

  22. That's exactly how i felt when my son was born silently into the world i also said no at first and then after a minute or two i did hold him probably for 10-15mins but it felt like an eternity and now i wish i spent a ton more time with him it was just all very traumatic and so so hard

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