but, uh, Michael and I are in
a much better place. We are trying to have a family.
– You are? – Yes, we are. – I… Actually did conceive
a week before my birthday… and unfortunately
I had a miscarriage two weeks into the pregnancy. – I'm sorry
to hear that Ashley. – Yeah.
– Thank you. And I had one
when I was in my early 20's so now I'm worried about,
like, if there's something going on with my body. But I feel like it kind of
brought us closer together. In a way that um… I didn't really expect. – Choked up about it?
– Mm-hmm. And to watch that. That whole thing. But we knew one thing that
we belonged together and… I think that
we've got a long future. – Babe, that's sweet.
– So, yeah. – It's like a moment. – Will you continue
to try to conceive? – Oh, yes,
so I am now seeing a traditional Chinese
medicine doctor, and everyone
was making fun of me because I had on socks
with my slippers, but my doctor tells me
that I have a cold uterus so that means
that I have to keep my hands and my feet
and my stomach warm. – And so you've fully
come around to this, Michael? – It wasn't about
having a child or a family; it was about having
a relationship that was a good, strong relationship
so we could have a child. So, yeah,
that was always part of it. I'll say, I want to have
a child with her. There see, how was that?
Sorry. So very emotional. – Monique, does hearing
about her miscarriage change how you see Ashley? – I wouldn't wish that
on anybody. Like, um, I mean,
even when she talked about it– – All right, babe. – Oh, babe. – I know what that feels like. I wouldn't want anybody
to go through that. So… at the end of the day,
Ashley and I had a connection, so to hear of her loss,
I still feel that. – Yeah. – I'm sorry.
– I appreciate that, Monique.