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Yup... now Pregnant and Having to Deal with Death

Saturday, December 15, 2012

I have less than 5 weeks to go and.. last night my grandma died at 4:45pm. hard to believe she's gone and happy that she's not in pain no more.

My sadness is very overwhelming can't seem to stop crying at times and at times i feel numb like I do now. The baby is definately reminding me she's there and giving me lots of braxton hicks contractions tonight.. or so I hope there the fake ones. Just trying to relax... I know it'll get easier with time.. but dealing with this being pregnant almost think it's making it worst.
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  • CANDICE293
    I am so sorry for you loss I lost my Papa in January this year and it does get easier but it is still hard. Many tears were shed. emoticon
    1958 days ago
    I am so sorry for your loss! Hugs to you in this time! God bless! emoticon
    1958 days ago
    I am so sorry. I lost my grandma last January, we were really close. It does get a bit easier with time, but it's always there. I try to tell myself that the fact I am mourning her so much is a good sign, because it means we had a strong connection.
    I don't have kids, so I can't give much advice there, but I'm sure it affects your emotions even more. You're probably also upset that your child won't meet your grandma. If it does not upset you too much, you could make an album or scrapbook about your grandma - it doesn't have to be right away, you could just set some things aside for now. That way, you can share the memories with your child later on.
    It's normal to be upset, but if it gets to the point where you can't function for more than a few days, see your doctor. Good luck!
    1959 days ago
    I am so sorry for your loss. You will be in my prayers! emoticon
    1959 days ago
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