Posted October 03, 2019 05:28:03 I am so grateful for my husband and our family.
He has been my life and I will miss him every day.
But there’s one part of me that has always been missing: I haven’t been able to say goodbye to my baby.
I can’t say goodbye because I have been able, for so many years, to do so in person.
But in that moment, I could not say goodbye.
My firstborn, born at the same time as my second, has been suffering from colic and I have had to give up breastfeeding for a few months to give him his first drink of milk.
Since my husband first told me that he was carrying a girl, I’ve felt an enormous amount of grief, anxiety and fear.
It is so strange and heartbreaking to know that my baby boy is going to be the one to carry me through this time of grieving.
There are a lot of stories of parents struggling to cope with grief and how their children will be impacted by it.
Every year, hundreds of families lose a baby.
For the first time in my life, I have to be a part of it.
I’m lucky to have a baby who is healthy and well, but it’s been hard for me to put that behind me.
But this is where I am right now, my husband is with us, and my baby is being cared for in our home.
What is a colic episode?
A colic is when you have diarrhoea and it’s difficult to get up and move around.
A colic can be caused by a number of different things.
It can be because you have a condition called epilepsy, which causes seizures and difficulty with swallowing, or you may have other health problems such as heart disease, high blood pressure or diabetes.
It’s often thought that a colicky baby is simply tired, but this can also be caused from a number other reasons, including a history of colic or the presence of a colonic tube in your digestive system.
When you are feeling anxious and irritable, it’s easy to think of things to do.
This is when it’s easier to make decisions about what to do and where to go, and to be able to focus on your life.
If you are struggling with your baby, or a parent with a baby, check out the ABC’s Colic Recovery Guide.
What are the signs of colics?
There are some things that you can do to help your baby get through a colics episode.
If your baby has a fever, they might start to feel sick, and it might be hard to stay calm.
They might have to eat less or drink more to keep from having a colicy episode.
It’s important to try to keep the pressure on.
If they feel unwell or have any other signs of discomfort, it could be an indication of a serious condition.
You might also want to seek medical advice about colics, including: If your baby starts to have any problems, such as a fever or feverish stomach, you might want to check them out by asking your doctor.
And if you notice signs of constipation, or if your baby stops eating, your baby may be constipated.
Do you know more about colic?
Check out ABC’s colic: the answers page to find out more.
Read more about how to care for a colico baby.