Did you name your lost babies?
I think naming them makes it seem more real that they were actual babies and part of your family, but that's just me.
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replied November 8th, 2004
Experienced User
I didnt name my child that I lost, its my little baby in heaven. (i lost my child at 7 weeks)
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replied November 8th, 2004
I lost my first little 1 at 6 weeks, no I didnt name him/her, im prenant again and I think that it is the same baby. (hope that doesnt sound stupid)
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replied November 8th, 2004
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I lost my 2nd baby at 3/4 weeks and I didnt name him/her. I just think of him/her as mackenzie's gaurdian angel
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replied November 8th, 2004
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I didn't name my baby I m/c with at 12 1/2 weeks. I had some names picked up but I didn't name it.

Shauna
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replied November 8th, 2004
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I didn't name any of the babys I miscarried, it was too soon to tell the sex, they were buried as baby lewises
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replied November 8th, 2004
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His name is destin...I always called him babyj...Lol. But, I know he is in heaven playing with all the other babies up there, looking down on his mommy! Hehe.
Kristin
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replied November 8th, 2004
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I wonder what they woulda looked like....
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replied November 8th, 2004
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Last year I lost my baby at 8 weeks. I didn't name the baby. Maybe because I didn't get the chance..
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replied November 8th, 2004
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I havent misscarried but if you are far enough along to know the sex I think it is completly okay
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