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post #41 of 100
I am so so sorry for your loss.
post #42 of 100

Oh mama, I can't imagine your pain. I'm so sorry that this happened. You and your daughter are in my prayers.

 


Edited by justKate - 12/21/10 at 9:22am
post #43 of 100
I'm so very sorry for your loss, but want to thank you for writing your story.

I've had two homebirths and I'm positive now that I had placenta abruption with my first homebirth. Everything turned out fine and I have a healthy son, but reading your story makes me think about what could have happened. I remember bleeding really heavy with all my contractions and passing large clots. Then my contractions were so bad that I was screaming during them. I was so loud that my husband was getting worried that the neighbors would hear me.
post #44 of 100
Makes me feel sick. I am so so sorry for your loss.
post #45 of 100
Hello, I have had to remove some posts, we cannot host discussion of pending legal issues.

Regards,
jessica
post #46 of 100
Dear Liz, I cannot imagine your pain.

My neice was born still, I don't think there is anything more painful. There are no words.

Aquila is so very beautiful. Thank you for sharing her story with us.
post #47 of 100
I read your blog. I pray for your continued strength to carry on with parenting your beautiful children and the ligitation you are launching.

Blessings for you and your family. I'm sorry for the loss of your little Aquila.
post #48 of 100
This makes me so very, very sad. I am SO SORRY. There are no words, except that I cry with you.

I will pray for your family and for you. May God uplift you.

Mandy
post #49 of 100

Happy birthday, beautiful baby girl. 

 

Liz, I am so so so sorry for your senseless, unnecessary and heartbreaking loss.  We love you, and we stand with you today in remembering Aquila.

post #50 of 100

Liz -- you, your family, and your beautiful Aquila are in my thoughts and prayers today. Many blessings to you.

post #51 of 100

I am so sorry for your loss, momma.  Thanks for sharing your story.  Keep sharing it.  Shout it from the rooftop.  

post #52 of 100

Happy birthday to Aquila.

 

I know the midwife you used- I almost used her for my first birth, when I lived in South Texas three years ago. I'm so sorry she let you down.

 

~Rose

post #53 of 100

Thinking of you, Liz.

post #54 of 100

I thought of your beautiful daughter often yesterday.  We're praying for you and your family.  grouphug.gif

post #55 of 100
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I am so sorry for your loss, momma.  Thanks for sharing your story.  Keep sharing it.  Shout it from the rooftop.  



Absolutely.  You are strong, courageous, and an inspiration to us all.  Thinking of you and your beautiful family as you celebrate the life that should have been.

post #56 of 100

I am so sorry for your loss :( I hope the responsible party is held accountable, and I certainly don't mean you or your family.

post #57 of 100

Oh, mama. My heart is breaking for your loss. I'm so sorry. You and your family are in my prayers. candle.gif

post #58 of 100

I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.

post #59 of 100

oh Liz!hug.gif

 

It has taken a while for me to be able to finish reading about what happened to you and your Aquila.  I would read a little and then it would become too painful and I would have to "walk away" for a little and come back.  You are so incredibly strong to share this with everyone.  May God's blessing be with you as you continue to heal and through it all know you are helping so many come to terms and work through their own tragedies.candle.gif

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