I read this somewhere this week. It's so true when it comes to miscarriage. How do you say goodbye when you didn't get a chance to say hello?
It's been a year since my last miscarriage. And I'm not going to lie, it's been a tough year. It's been a year where the Lord and I have been working through a lot. The biggest being my miscarriage. So, I'm going to share with you my grief one year later.
The tears seem to be rolling down my cheeks uncontrollably this week. I'll be doing something like folding laundry and the next thing I know I'm crying. There's just an ache deep in my heart and it comes out in the form of tears. If I try to hold it back it makes it worse. I'm embracing letting the tears flow. The release of emotions is healthy, right?
All I know is that as I sit and cry I'm not alone. There are
hundreds thousands of other women out there doing the same thing as me, mourning the loss of a child. And they're not alone either. I have this vision of Jesus rocking each and every one of us when the weight of our grief is just too much to bear. And that is a comfort to me. The Lord doesn't want us to be hurting. He is there to comfort us. And He knows exactly what we're going through. His own son did die on the cross for us.
So, mamas out there who are mourning... go ahead and cry.
Let it out.
You're not alone.