Photo Credit: Falbala Cloutier
I had two miscarriages before meeting my boyfriend and formalizing our relationship.
In March 2020, I experienced a third miscarriage.
Then in August, we started fertility procedures.
After a number of exams, I learned that I have PCOS. But that's when I got pregnant again.
My pregnancy was going well. We were delighted to be expecting a rainbow baby.
Toward the end of my pregnancy, my daughter's movement was decreasing and I was worried. I went to the hospital and was told that everything was normal.
But a few days later, I went back to the hospital and was told the worst words in the world: There is no heartbeat.
My universe started collapsing.
The next day, July 8, 2021. I gave birth to my daughter, Léanne, at 38 weeks and 4 days gestation.
I miss her so much. I am living in a great void. Here I am, the mother of the most beautiful angel. I love her more than anything in the world.
Thank you Falbala Cloutier / @falbala.cloutier for sharing your story. Shared with permission.
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