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A mother who posed with 20,000 bees in a unique maternity photo shoot has suffered a still birth.
Emily Mueller, 33, revealed that her baby died in the womb over the weekend.
In a heartbreaking post on her Facebook page, Mueller details everything from when she first suspected there was a problem when she stopped feeling the baby kicking, to the the moment she gave birth surrounded by caring nurses and doctors.
'So many people awaited the arrival of our sweet famous baby who was the star of our wonderful bee maternity photo shoot. Jesus decided he needed his own beekeeper and took our precious son, Emersyn Jacob, back up to Heaven with him,' Mueller wrote.
Our hearts are deeply saddened and broken more than we could have ever imagined. All we truly want are prayers for our family during this difficult time as they have been allowing us to move forward and heal.'
Emily, who has three other children, Cadyn, 10, Madelynn, three and one-year old Westyn said she was preparing for an upcoming event on Thursday and didn't notice her baby's lack of movement. 'By evening I began to realize I had not felt baby move much and had contractions that felt different than any I have had before,' she wrote. 'I just told myself he was sleeping but as the time passed, I felt uneasy about it.'
She and her husband decided to go to the hospital to check things out for themselves in order to hear a heartbeat but were sadly told the devastating news that their son had died just days before the due date. 'Our baby has died. Our baby will never come home with us,' she wrote. 'This wonderful rainbow baby we were blessed with has now become a storm in our lives.
'Finding out your baby died is unfathomable. Learning you have to be induced and deliver your deceased child is way beyond that. My heart instantly ached for any woman that has told me she had a stillborn.'
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This is Lily's memorial Christmas stocking, made with love a couple years ago by her great-grandmother, our Bumma.
This is the first Christmas season that Bumma won’t be here, which makes the stocking more precious than ever before.
Bumma made a stocking for me as a little girl, and she's made one for my own little girl. We picked out the colors, design, and yarn together. We wanted the colors to be Christmassy and also Valentine-ey because I had a Valentine’s Day themed baby shower.
I plan on hanging her stocking each year, one day hopefully next to the stockings of Lily's future siblings. My girl will always be a part of my life and Christmas.
I was Bumma’s first granddaughter and Lily was her first great-granddaughter. This is something special the three of us can share. Bumma was here when Lily was and she would have seen her grow up until age 7. That is so hard for me to know they would know each other if Lily were here, and she won’t know my future children.
Having this stocking reminds me that Bumma did love and know Lily. She loved her and knew her because she has the special bond that a great-grandmother has with her great-granddaughter, even if they never officially "met." And she knows her through me. Now she’s met her in a way I haven’t yet!
If you're a bereaved parent, I'd love to see a photo of your baby's stocking if you have one. If you’re looking for one for your baby, I know @burdenbearingbaskets offers custom beautiful stockings! ❤️🎄 #HonoringLilyatChristmas#LilyKatherineAllenBall#MyDearBumma#MemorialChristmasStocking
@nataliefranke nails it once again.
The road to becoming a mom is one of the most vulnerable things you will ever do. It requires your whole heart which also means it hurts that much worse when things don't go as planned. But we can't live life any other way than wholeheartedly. .
If you want genuine connection in this wild, crazy world... you must be willing to put your heart on the line.
That means being vulnerable even at the risk of getting hurt. That means loving people who leave you and forgiving those who hurt you. Life is far too short to live any other way. Love always wins. #nataliefranke
My story in nov 2015 I fell pregnant with my first daughter she was born at 22 weeks and unfortunately passed away at the age of 22 I never imagined I’d be picking out the coffin for my baby this I would not wish on anyone. In August I fell pregnant again with twins!!!! At my first ultrasound I found out they had no heart beat.. I was at a loss I honestly didn’t know where my life was going and why I was being punished in not being able to have a healthy baby.. my partner and I saw specialist and drs and got told we could start trying again when we were ready, in November her decided we would try again but unsure on what would happen, we fell pregnant at 16 weeks we found out we were having another girl unsure on what the outcome would be we were hesitant on telling people this pregnancy was so hard on my body i really struggled but did my best to keep her in for as long as possible so she would be healthy. At 37 weeks with reduced movements the midwifes decided to induce me I was scared nervous on what was to come... at 6:28pm 15th of August I gave birth to my beautiful rainbow baby we had a few complications at the start but with the help of the fantastic doctors and specialists I got to bring my baby home finally being a mum again I felt nothing in this world could make it any better I am so blessed to have a beautiful rainbow baby and a child I can watch grow, we need to speak up more and have the support needed for mothers who walk through this in life #pregnancyafterloss#pregnancyandinfantlossawareness#pregnancyaftermiscarriage#rainbowbaby#sisters#iam1in4#pregnancyproblems#pregnancyblog#mumlife#blessed#daughters#mackenna#mikaylah#mygirls#mybabies#luckymummy#angelbaby#sisters#spinabifidaawareness#alwaysmybabies#love#luckycharms#walkofhope#sandsvictoria @sands.victoria @pregnancy.and.infant.loss @pregnancylossaustralia @pregnancyloss_support #pregnancylosssurvivor @pregnancyloss_support