3 years ago yesterday was not a good day. After 10 weeks of my first pregnancy, I had a miscarriage. I wrote about it on the blog way back then. But now, 3 years later, I'm reflecting on it again. Today, Messy Wife, Blessed Life has a post I wrote in which I explain some lessons I learned from my experience.
Over these past few years, I realize I learned a few things from my miscarriage. Most of them are good.I'm glad I have this optimistic perspective after 3 years, but I am also very very thankful that our "I love you" anniversary was spared.
1. That I Actually Am Fertile For most women that that struggle with infertility, getting the positive test is most of the battle. We had been charting for a year (but not for ttc purposes), but a pretty cycle doesn't always equal fertility. I actually had no reservations that it would be our only positive test.
2. What Pregnancy Feels Like . . . and Doesn't
. . . read more at Messy Wife, Blessed Life
(Mandi, the author of Messy Wife, Blessed Life is currently in the process of her second miscarriage within the span of just a few short months, so can I urge you to head over and just check out her site and show her some love? I know all your kind comments on my blog 3 years ago really helped me out a lot.)