Baby Loss: I can write about it. I can’t really talk about it. Le sigh.

Today was one of those days where the grief just hit me out of nowhere.

Ok, not out of nowhere. I had to make some calls because our medical bills have started coming in, and most of them aren’t accurate or haven’t been sent through our insurance or were sent through our insurance and then retracted – ugh. It’s not fun, let’s just say that. And every single time I call to talk to someone, I have to explain my story.

I can write about Addison until my fingers bleed. And if I know it’s coming, I can even talk about her for periods of time with people who are not my husband. But when that story gets pulled out and I’m not ready for it – well, it’s just hard. I literally have to stop myself and take a big, highly audible breath and say my words very slowly. And then when the other person talks, I have to bite my lip so hard that it almost bleeds to distract myself from crying...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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