“Not being 2 yet, but she, she comes up to my belly and says, ‘Baby. Baby.’”
On May 28, Jinger Dugger Vuolo and Jeremy Vuolo announced that they are expecting their second child together nearly two years after welcoming their first child, Felicity, in 2018. The couple who has been married since 2016 also revealed that they are expecting another baby girl. At the time, Jinger wrote on Instagram, “We are so excited to announce that we’re expecting a little girl this November! Jeremy and I both guessed it was a girl, just a gut feeling we had. And we couldn’t be happier.” RELATED: Jinger Duggar Vuolo Reveals She’s Pregnant With Baby Number Two After Experiencing a Miscarriage Last Fall Then, as Mamas Uncut previously reported, in an exclusive interview with People, Jinger and Jeremy revealed that they endured a miscarriage late last fall of 2019. Following that interview, Jinger opened about that difficult period in their lives on Instagram one day later. “I’m excited! Yet, the overwhelming feelings of joy and anticipation that I’m feeling today are a sharp reminder of the overwhelming feelings of sadness and loss I felt last November,” Jinger shared on Instagram. Jinger Duggar Shares Intimate Details of the Moment She Learned She Miscarried. The soon-to-be mom of two then went …
A woman writes in asking for advice about getting pregnant after experiencing several miscarriages. This woman recently suffered her third miscarriage, and though she is still processing the trauma, she is also ready to try again. She turns to the community for advice, asking specifically if other women who have experienced a similar difficult pregnancy journey have any tips or would be willing to share what they did differently when they were eventually able to carry to term.
When I was 15, I got pregnant by a 19-year-old. I didn’t know much about sex and was very naive. I wasn’t put on birth control; I wasn’t even taught about periods. I was homeschooled up until I was 15 as well, so no Sex Ed yet. My family goes to the last ultrasound, I don’t remember how far along I was, but I remember when none of us heard a heartbeat and the words coming out of the woman’s mouth telling me I had had a miscarriage. She and my mother spoke quietly, and the rest of us went to the car. When we got home, my mom took me aside and told me that she said since it’s so little, it would go past on its own two months later, and it had yet to pass. I was getting very sickly, waiting. I got to the point where I couldn’t move much on my own and couldn’t keep any food or liquids down for a week. My mother calls my primary doctor, and she calls me in some medication. I take it as prescribed, and eventually, the baby comes out. I have two questions about this, but I …
Am I wrong for being bitter? I am having an active miscarriage. If I haven’t fully miscarried by Monday, I will have to have a D&C done due to being in premature labor for a week now. My mother in law is getting ALL of the sympathies. Everyone is telling her, “I’m praying for you & your son.” Like she’s the one still carrying her dead daughter. It makes me so upset that more people are concerned about her than the ones actually going through it. She hasn’t even asked how I am doing. Am I wrong for feeling this way? Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
I had a miscarriage a week and a day ago. My boyfriend and I are eager to try again. My doctor said as soon as my bleeding stops and I’m comfortable with ttc its okay. I have a hard time TTC, and it took almost two years to get pregnant. Is there anything I can do or be prescribed to help the process once I’m ready? Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
I went to the ob-gyn today. They did an ultrasound Wednesday and said there was no heartbeat. Well, today I went back, and on the screen, the ultrasound tech said they saw 2 flutters of the heart, but that was is, so she marked it down as no heartbeat. Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
I had a miscarriage in May, and I’m currently pregnant. I got an ultrasound done, and they said I’m nine weeks, but there was no heartbeat. My HCG levels are 23064.8, so they said that’s normal, but the doctor said since there’s no heartbeat I’m losing the baby. This was the first ultrasound. What makes it worse is that they wouldn’t even let me see it Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.