1. I think on of the important things people must do after suffering a loss is to not block anything out. You want too. Because you don’t want to feel that way or think those things. But the pain is still there whether it’s blocked out or not. It takes way way longer to recover, if ever, when we block out the emotions. Feel every single piece of that grief. Every single emotion. It will get easier. It takes time to come to terms with and live with.

  2. I can't imagine how painful it would be to lose a child. I'm so sorry. Do you think you will ever do a video on why Prim passed?

  3. Rewatching this video after your surprise announcement 🌈 💙 I can’t believe you recorded this video just three weeks before giving birth again. You did a good job hiding your baby bump 😄 Congratulations on your little boy 🍀 I wish your family all the best

  4. I'm only just watching this and when you said you forgot what had happened I experienced that too and then I just cried and cried. You are so strong ❤️❤️

  5. Hi sweetie I saw in your older video you said “ it may have been a blessing in disguise “ could you tell us what the doctors determined caused Primrose’s death? Hugs and love, Susie

  6. Thankyou for sharing your experience with sleep after a stillbirth. We're sure this will help other grieving parents x

  7. I leave this message as a woman who can sort of understand your pain. I had multiple misscariages and a loss of a little boy at 18 weeks that I had to deliver. The only thing that for me through pushing him out of my body while hearing women giving birth in the room next to me was the fact I had a child at home waiting for me. Im sorry any woman has to go through this and I’m really hoping you are being supported in order to heal. You will heal one day. But she will be your baby girl for the rest of your days. Once again, from my heart to yours… im so sorry

  8. You are brave to share this. A girlfriend of mine had a baby born asleep. She went on to have two more boys that are beautiful. I'm a new subscriber and fellow mama vlogger

  9. Lorraine, you are so beautiful, just overall. I am so happy to know you even if it’s virtually ♥️🌹🎈

  10. This is something that I have never thought of.. thank you for your videos, it is such an eye opener xx

  11. What a great video you posted. Must have been so tough. I am a bereaved parent myself however not by stillbirth. Would you ever think about doing a video about how you and your partner stay strong and still connected with each other such as intimacy when going through such sadness and even depression?

  12. I remember seeing your story in the group. A month less pregnant than you and my heart broke then for you and it does again now. I’m so incredibly proud of you for sharing your story and bringing both awareness and support the the angel mummy community. I send you all, all of my love and pray for brighter days and peace in your hearts. Keep your head high because you’re amazing xxx

  13. My prayer for you and your family is that you will cherish forever the memories of your daughter and finding some healing in the precious joy of your family. Seeing your pain is very convincing evidence of what a wonderful mum you are.

  14. This video has helped me see that I am not alone. In the past 6 months my husband and I have lost our son and daughter in the second trimester. I am up until the early hours, sometimes wakening in the middle of the night in tears…it does get easier in time but it is terrible. So helpful to watch a video about this and know that other women are going through the same things. X

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