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It’s okay to not be okay, but it’s also okay to be happy.

It’s okay to not be okay, but it’s also okay to be happy. ❤️ It’s hard getting pregnant after experiencing any type of pregnancy loss, but it’s also beautiful. It’s terrifying, but also so overwhelmingly exciting. It’s lots of anxiety, but also a lot of hope. For anyone who’s dealt with pregnancy loss, know that every feeling is valid. Every emotion you feel is your own and so real.⁣
⁣ @twodears


 

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  1. My daughter just celebrated her 12th birthday, and she was my rainbow baby 🌈 I definitely remember checking for signs of bleeding all the time 😬 not believing it was actually going to happen

  2. Gosh, my first pregnancy I lost my baby at 5 months after throwing a gender reveal party for my baby girl, two weeks after I lost my baby, I had to give birth knowing that my baby will not make it! However, God is good! He has tripled my blessing now I have three loves of my life!!! But yes every time I was pregnant again I was happy and full of anxiety at the same time

  3. I understand this so wholeheartedly I check every time I go to the bathroom and every little ache and pain I feel 😩but I trust my God that everything is going to be great this time around😍blessings to all😘

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