This week is Pregnancy And Infant Loss Awareness Week, I am a father who lost a child at 28 weeks, AMA
My short bio: I have been with my wife for 10 years this year, we actually got married 6 year ago. After the honeymoon we decided it was time to try to increase the size of our family. It took over 4 year before we finally for that positive test. We were elated.
On one of her scans we found she had an anomaly, lots of scans later we were assured not to worry about it. Then on December 15th 2016 we were told there was no heartbeat, our daughter had died.
She was born December 20th 2016 at 5:18 am weighing 2lb 9oz.
This week is pregnancy and infantloss awareness week, I want to do what I can do to break the taboo of childloss and be there to talk about it, or answer any questions anyone has on the subject. So please, Ask Me Anything
EDIT. WOW. This post went a bit mental and got way bigger than I expected. I promise I will reply to you all as soon as I can. I honestly didn't expect this much of a reaction. Secondly thank you to those who also shared your story. I know how hard this is and you have done amazing. Everyone who has commented today has been amazing (apart from the odd troll). Lastly to the person who gave me gold. Thank you so much I really didn't expect it and really appreciate it.
Thanks again all. You're all awesome
My Proof: https://imgur.com/a/nOPAeUA