Life has become so complicated for our children. I grew up in an era where we didn't have cell phones or social media. Summers consisted of long days, bare feet, sunburns and friends. We spent our days jumping on the trampoline, swinging on the swing set, staring at the clouds, eating the fruit off the trees, the veggies in the garden, running through the sprinklers and playing hard all day until we literally dropped into bed.
This was my personal experience with a miscarriage, and everyone is different. Growing a human is miraculous. When we trivialize losing a baby, regardless of when, or how, we are trivializing the miracle of birth, and the miracle of creation.
Babies crying. Toddlers whining. Childhood drama. Do you find yourself wishing away the moments of toddler days, or hoping for the days when you can shower without an audience, or sit on the toilet for two seconds in peace? Don't wish away those moments too quickly. Find out why you will miss those moments from a mom who's been there.