Missing Isobel

A story of life after stillbirth. My daughter Isobel Olivia was stillborn on 26th June 2015 at 39 weeks and 3 days. I hope the story that follows will be one of survival…


5 thoughts on “Missing Isobel

    1. Oh goodness, it gets different and a lot easier. By that I mean that the functioning part gets a million times easier. But not the loss part I guess. But the loss part is ok when you can function. I have a colleague who’s daughter died 12 years ago and she gives me a lot of hope, she is normal and happy and has a lovely family. She still thinks of her daughter but it’s very different for her now. I think it’s still tough for me but not like it was at 6 weeks. It’s a bit scary for sure to be doing better. In a way I miss the uncomplicated days of early grief when nothing was expected of me. Huge hugs,keep writing x

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