So this girl I know lost a baby at 20 weeks, the baby was found to have spina bifida & fluid to the brain. Tbh I am not sure if she chose to stop the pregnancy or not - because I know it was an option for her & I don't really speak to her anymore. Anyway, I was looking through Facebook the other day and had put up pictures of her daughter. I cried so much seeing them & I just don't think Facebook is really appropriate for that - I mean I wasn't expecting to see it and it was so upsetting.
Her Facebook status today was
"them moments your on your own and can't roll a joint, thanks to fake nails"
As for Facebook, that's really her choice. I've seen some of the ladies in the loss sections talking about putting their baby's pictures on Facebook, and some of them like to put pics up, just as they do with their children who aren't angels
I don't see the problem. She can put what she likes on her profile, she might find comfort in sharing the pictures with friends.
The status, not my kind of thing but it might just be a distraction for her or a way of coping.
Honestly seeing pictures of dead babies makes me sick to my stomach. I feel for her loss but I don't want to see it. I remember a friend of mine posted photos of her loss while I was pregnant and it literally made me sick for days, on top of that I worried myself that I was going to lose her the rest of the pregnancy.
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