Natalie Morgan nodded off one night in September feeling her unborn little girl, Eleanor Josephine, kicking within her.
When she woke up the following morning, she knew something wasn't right. When she and her better half, Brian, landed at the healing facility, their biggest fears were affirmed: Eleanor had passed on.
Subsequent to conveying her stillborn little girl, took to her Facebook page to recount Eleanor's introduction to the world story, and to urge guardians of newborn children to love each minute — even the restless evenings and crying.
"There will be times your tyke will shout and cry whenever you attempt to put him or her down. Then again they'll cry even as they're in your arms and you've done all that you can consider motivating them to stop. There will be restless evenings, numerous diaper changes in a matter of minutes, spit up in your hair, pee on your shirt, and crap in your grasp, and again — such a great amount of shouting from the child, and likely from you too. Each time that happens, each time you feel baffled and need to flee, please recall my story," Morgan wrote in the post, which has following circulated around the web.
Morgan says what started as a little articulation of her profound anguish has brought about a tempest of backing from everywhere throughout the world — guardians disappointed with their crying babies have contacted say thanks to her for changing their point of view, while guardians of stillborn newborn children have offered her a listening ear and a comfort in times of dire need.
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