I have had three miscarriages in two years, so to say I know a little bit about pregnancy loss would be a drastic understatement. And now, to both my surprise and excitement, I am pregnant again. I’m currently 19 weeks along, but I’m still terrified and holding my breath and, in a way, waiting for the other shoe to drop. But I’m also determined to be happy and excited and not let an overwhelming sense of fear dictate this experience. And since I know I’m not the only person who is pregnant after a miscarriage, I believe we could all use a few pieces of advice that can help us navigate this difficult, exciting, scary, and incredible time in our lives.
While I am quick to say I know very little in the grand scheme of things, I am confident when I say that I have learned a few things about pregnancy after a loss. I have figured out, through a lot of trial and error, how to mitigate my feelings of anxiety and avoid emotional landmines and help ease my mind when…
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