How can I tell my girls after everything else we've been through

I hope that one day soon my body allows me to have another baby but if it's not my destiny then so be it I've got my beautiful girls.

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October 2016

That feeling of joy as two strong lines appear after the devastation of my miscarriage the year before,then that dreading feeling when I see the spots of blood I'd only known for two weeks I pray not again as I sit in the waiting room I hope for good news but as the lady doing my scan ask's another nurse to look I see my baby and sigh of relief it's still there only for them to tell me there's no heartbeat words can not describe my emptiness how can I tell my girls after everything else we've been through but I did I thought I was moving forward but as my due date approaches in six days I want to cry with every pregnant women I see surrounding me at the school gates they don't understand how much of a gift they have been pregnant I hope that one day soon my body allows me to have another baby but if it's not my destiny then so be it I've got my beautiful girls (which is more than some people) and I am truly thankful for them their my reason to get up and live every day. Xxx

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