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The most moving blog post I've ever read...

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The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by Guest on Mon Mar 01, 2010 1:32 pm

Guys, this blog post is definately one of the most moving stories I've ever read. Be warned though, you may need some tissues nearby...

http://enjoyingthesmallthings.blogspot.com/2010/01/nella-cordelia-birth-story.html?commentPage=10

What a well-written piece, with poignant accompanying photography.

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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by Guest on Mon Mar 01, 2010 3:04 pm

Has anyone else read this?

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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by vickstar on Mon Mar 01, 2010 3:11 pm

OMG, i read it and it is beautiful, so sad, and then so happy!! I was in tears!! Smile

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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by redant on Mon Mar 01, 2010 4:00 pm

Wow.....so much of this story could be mine it is kind of scary (although I didn't have the luxury of finding out at a hospital that something was 'wrong' with DD, actually I didn't have the luxury of having anyone with me the day I figured it out - but that is a story for another day.) The bit where she said "I couldn't emotionally handle telling anyone and yet, strangely, I wanted people to know as soon as possible because I knew I needed the troops..." describes my feelings for the longest time. Also the bit about her eldest daughter. I too remember wondering how the heck was I going to tell DS - it was quite possibly one of the hardest things I ever did - but the same as in this story - he really doesn't mind - he loves her just the same. I hope one day that I can tell our story with as much honesty as this one. Thanks for sharing Chantal.
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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by Guest on Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:01 pm

You're welcome Anthea. I found it very humbling to read. Also I found it riveting and beautiful.

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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by Soupie on Tue Mar 02, 2010 12:17 am

OMG...I totally bawled reading it!!!
That is one of the most heartfelt, moving things I have EVER read!

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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by Guest on Tue Mar 02, 2010 1:16 pm

She writes so well doesn't she? She should write a book for sure!

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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by Soupie on Wed Mar 03, 2010 4:05 pm

I think she said in there somewhere she is writing a book - I would love to read it. I think her words are made that much more "real" by the accompanying pics too - you can actually see her emotions on her face - its gut-wrenching to look at.

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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by Julie M on Thu Mar 04, 2010 9:21 pm

What a powerful thing to read. I hope she found what she needed by writing that....

Thanks for sharing Chantal, it certainly puts the small things into perspective and I think no matter what our pregnancy/birth stories are, I think we can all relate to a part of her story, in some way... I know I can.

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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by Guest on Thu Mar 04, 2010 9:46 pm

That's well said Julie! Smile

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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by Lucie on Fri Mar 05, 2010 1:37 pm

Oh my God ... I just wanted to read "a little post" before going to be. Now you got me all choked up. My daughter-in-law is pregnant and all through this I was wondering what would we do if this happened ... I don't know. I'll have to think about it. Reading this, I have the feeling that here too, everything would be ok, I hope.

Well, I'm off to bed. Good night to all
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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by Rebekkah on Sun Mar 14, 2010 10:59 pm

Oh my gosh, what a story, so well written and so raw with emotion. You can actually see her feeling like shes really zoned out in that photo of them in toasting the birth of her child..
It was particularly hard for me to read as i had a still birth with my first daughter early last year and my second daughter is only three months old (only a couple of weeks older than hers actually) .
It brought back a lot of memories for me of what i experienced in both births and how petrified i was all throughout the pregnancy.
People have said to me to write about the experience to give others in the same boat some kind of hope, ... maybe now as i see this.. i will, even to just to thank the people who helped me get through.
Thanks for the link.. it was hard to read, but so important not to.

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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by Guest on Mon Mar 15, 2010 2:12 pm

You're welcome Rebekkah. I'm sorry to hear about your first daughter. That must of been so difficult. It is helpful to read others experiences for sure.

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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by Becci on Mon Mar 15, 2010 11:11 pm

OH yes I read this the other week, someone posted it on FB. So very moving. Yep I think you're right any woman can totally relate to her emotions.
Would love to read the book too.

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Re: The most moving blog post I've ever read...

Post by mumofheidi on Mon Apr 21, 2014 7:19 pm

This was amazing. What a sweet little girl. I have scrolled through her blog just then and have seen how gorgeous her little girls are and obviously how much joy they have in their lives since Nella's arrival. Super sweet to see.

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