Miscarriagemoon

So at some point in most of our lives we go on a honeymoon. Some even go on a babymoon (which I hope to be able to go on soon). But now I know what a miscarriagemoon is like. And to be honest, it wasn’t half bad. I mean the whole just-had-a-miscarriage thing is awful but the getting away and refocusing my life, faith, and relationship was pretty amazing. I had 6 days of nothing to do but spend quality time with my husband, having new experiences. Two of those days were spent in Kansas City and the others in Chicago. It was our first trip to Chicago and we booked it two days before we left. The most spontaneous thing we’ve ever done. *I can be quite spontaneous but that is definitely not my husbands’ thing.* We ate great BBQ, did some phenomenal shopping, viewed the city from 103 floors up, ate deep dish pizza, had several cab rides with cabbies we couldn’t communicate with, saw Sue the dinosaur, saw a Cubs game, and focused on us. I know I am fortunate enough to have the chance to do this but if anyone else going though this can even manage a quick get-away, I highly recommend it. 

I returned home at peace. I still get sad and tear up a little bit but I know it will be okay and my faith is growing stronger every day. We are not wasting any time trying to get pregnant again and continue to pray for our miracle. Here’s a few pictures from our get-away. 

 

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5 thoughts on “Miscarriagemoon

  1. Sorry for your loss. 😦 I think that though the name sounds awful, a “miscarriagemoon” as you said is a great idea. A way to experience something new, connect with your husband, and refocus. I hope you don’t have to wait too long until you’re seeing those two lines on a pregnancy test!n Good luck!

  2. So sorry for your loss. My husband and I had 3 miscarriages in a year and we decided to go on a “miscarriagemoon” too. It was a great way to reconnect with my husband. I think it’s needed. Hoping the best for you.

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