We went to our scheduled genetic counseling and CVS yesterday.
I'm so very sorry for your loss.
I am so sorry, and feel your pain. After two miscarriages at 40 I had my dd at 41, and discovered that before her I had no idea what being happy meant. She is now 3, and I am looking forward to being able to do things with her as she is growing up, and hopefully find a new career I like. But when I see little babies, or walk into kids clothing stores and see those adorable teeny tiny clothes, oh would I like to have another one, even if it would completely mess up every aspect of our life. But as is, I feel incredibly lucky to have my dd. There are moms out there who have done it, so I'd say go for it if you want another one, but at the same time, don't postpone other things in your life. They help keep mind busy. Hugs.
I was thinking about you yesterday.
I also wanted to comment on what a beautiful little boy you have!
I am so sorry for your loss. Please take good care of yourself, and don't beat yourself up for being sad. You have been through a traumatic experience and need to grieve in your own way.
I would also like to say that some women have a relatively easy time continuing in their pursuit to have another child after a miscarriage. Others choose not to follow that path anymore. We each have our own individual choices and you need to do what is best for you and your family.
I wish you and your family the best...
I'm very sorry.
Words fail in times like this. I hope you will find peace and comfort in the love of your friends and family as you navigate this difficult time.