Pregnancy after miscarriage is definitely difficult. Having faith over fear of losing yet another child, can sometimes be daunting. But it’s possible sis. 

I want to provide you with some scriptures and verses from the Bible to help you navigate this exciting yet nerve wracking time of your life. Pregnancy is so amazing and conceiving your rainbow baby is definitely something to be cherished!

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Pregnancy after miscarriage

I know there are a lot of women who, first of all, who have had miscarriages like myself. 1 in 8 women experience miscarriage.

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Personally, I’ve had two miscarriages, a chemical, as well as a blighted ovum that lasted 40+ days in 2018.

I have had one successful pregnancy since, my rainbow baby Ava. And I’m actually pregnant currently again and have been asked about this topic multiple times on my YouTube recently.

Overcoming Fear

I just wanted to make this post to encourage women who are afraid of pregnancy after miscarriage or who are currently pregnant and have that fear of miscarriage in the back of their minds.

Thoughts happen!

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It’s hard to control thoughts but controlling what happens after the thought dictates how the thought will make you feel. We sometimes let the enemy get the best of us.

But we have to cast the enemy out of our lives and thoughts. Specifically out of our minds because it is the gateway to everything else. 

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Jesus said “Look at the birds. They don’t plant or harvest or store food in barns, for your heavenly Father feeds them. And aren’t you far more valuable to him than they are?” (Matthew 6:26)

They don’t have to learn to depend on God, they just do.

Without worries, without thought, and that’s how we should live our lives as well. Knowing that He will provide us everything that we need.

Pregnancy after miscarriage: He Has a PLAN!

No need to worry sis because he has already set in place for you and your future children a plan.  He has a plan and perfect will for our lives (Jeremiah 29:11)

But seek ye first the kingdom of God and all his righteousness and all these things shall be added unto you. Take therefore no thought for the morrow for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. (Matthew 6:33-34) 

Don’t think about tomorrow sis because tomorrow ain’t thinking about you! 

Today is the time to live in the present. Live in what God has planned for you today.

He has a plan for you tomorrow but we don’t need to worry about what’s going to happen tomorrow we need to stick with what’s going to happen today. Specifically, what we can do today to better our lives and possibly contribute to bettering someone else’s.

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Conquering Doubt

During this pregnancy, this current pregnancy don’t think about what’s going to happen tomorrow…

Or what’s going to happen next?!

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What I learned is to just put ALL my trust in God because He has a plan and however many days he has planned for this child to live, that is how many days this child will live.

Although my heart and soul longs for this to be a healthy pregnancy and I’m praying and believing that this will be a healthy pregnancy at the end of the day it’s all in God’s hands!

So When Should I Announce A Pregnancy After Miscarriage?

Totally up to you and your spouse sis. But I want to encourage you to make the decision out of faith and not fear.

Having faith over fear is simply a shift in mindset. 

If you were to announce as soon as you found out, what would happen compared to announcing in the 2nd trimester?

Would your family support you less? Probably not.

I’m actually really happy I decided to announce my second pregnancy early in the first trimester because I didn’t do so with my first miscarriage and felt SO ALONE.

There’s no need to put that burden on yourself. Pregnancy is truly an exciting time to be cherished and shared. Especially pregnancy after miscarriage. You’re going to need that support sis!

Tips to Survive (Recap)

  1. Switch to a faith over fear mindset.
  2. Read the bible concerning faith and God’s Provision
  3. Pray over your womb and your current pregnancy
  4. Seek support from those closest to you
  5. OWN today and walk in your purpose

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My Prayer for You

Sis, my prayer for you is this:

I pray that God’s will be done over your life and the life of your children. That He embraces you with His everlasting love and you feel the warmth of His presence knowing that He will provide for you. I pray that God sends positive thoughts and scriptures to your mind daily to help you cope with a new pregnancy and allow his scripture to pierce through your heart.

My hopes for you are that your miscarriage doesn’t leave you with a broken heart but instead places a patch where brokenness was felt. I pray that God allows your heart to open and fill more with love for more children including the one you are currently carrying.

Sis, I pray that as you journey through a new pregnancy you stop to touch your belly every once a while and Thank God for the tiny blessing he is harvesting inside of you. Sis, you are fearfully and wonderfully made and definitely made for this, so walk in your purpose and walk in your truth. You are strong enough to endure this process with God by your side. Amen

Comment below your go to scripture or motivational quote for surviving pregnancy after miscarriage!

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