After lots of tears and cuddles I will not give up hope

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October 2016

Holly

After 10 years of being together and 2 years of being engaged :) me and my partner decided to start trying for a mini 'us' in august 2016

I fell pregnant and it was the most amazing news we were so happy and fell more in love.

Unfortunately over the next following weeks I had some complications and was told the day before we had planned to fly out I was to prepare myself for a miscarriage.

Whilst on holiday I sadly miscarried at 7 weeks but somehow with a broken heart I grew stronger. On the evening of my miscarriage me and my partner were sat outside and a white feather flew down near me this gave me hope to not give up.

A few weeks later I had my first period and me and my partner tried again.

A few days ago we received the news I was pregnant again both very happy and nervous at the same time we continued on as normal.

Sadly again this morning I began to miscarry at 3 weeks, I am currently writing this lying down with a hot water bottle telling my stories. After lots of tears and cuddles I will not give up hope. We are amazing women with one super power we all share....strength!

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