My little solider

I never wish this on my worst enemy. But it's made me a stronger person on the good days.

Heartbreaking stories. Devastating stories. The miscarriage story needs to change. That's why we've created Tommy's book of #misCOURAGE. Read this story now and help spread the word that miscarriage can no longer be ignored. Help us change the story to save babies' lives.


October 2016

Kristan Kenten

Falling pregnant was the best feeling in the world! My other half is in the army so it made it so much more exciting telling him when he came home!

Having my first scan and seeing the little one made it all seem real!

5/7/16- 11 weeks into the pregnancy i didn't feel right! I didn't have any bleeding but I knew something wasn't right! I was taken to the hospital to have a scan!

The gut feeling of my baby not being ok scared me so much!

Laying there while the lady try to find the heartbeat! Using blue and red lines to try and trace it as well! But hearing the words I'm so sorry but there's no heart beat!

I laid there tears rolling down my face! I feel numb! I feel sick! I just sit there and Listen to what will happen next!

How will I tell my other half who was in Canada on a exercise! Over the months I have asked myself What I did to deserve this! I blame myself everyday for being able to carry my baby! I wanted to know why something so precious was taken away from me!

I never wish this on my worst enemy! But it's made me a stronger person on the good days! He will always be my little solider!

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