Have gone through miscarriage in my own family and experienced its toll I was saddened to hear about Ellie Day's own miscarriage this week on Instagram.  Jason had said he might have to miss the US Open as that was when the baby was due.

Ellie wrote....

"Part of the weirdness of our little world is that you know a lot about our lives. But the cool thing is I have personally experienced you sharing our joys and our sorrows. I had to put the news out earlier than I planned, but if you know me, I am an open book and I probably would have told you if I saw you anyway. Shortly after I posted that photo, I found out the baby had no heartbeat anymore.

"I was devastated. I snuck out the back door of my doctor, a hot, sobbing, mascara-covered mess. Two and a half weeks went by with me battling my heart and brain about what was happening in my body, wondering why this wouldn't just be over. My heart couldn't take the waiting, or the feeling, or the tiny belly bump poking out any longer. Why did this happen … and now that it's passed, why can't my body just accept it and get rid of it? Such a bizarre experience that I never understood before."

"Finally on Thanksgiving, I lost the baby. Initially, I felt complete despair. And then I saw the baby. Fully intact. Tiny perfect head and face and arms and legs. When I saw it I felt God so much I can't explain it."

Ellie continued...

"For some reason this baby wasn't meant to be physically here with our family," she said. "But I know there is a greater plan. I know for a fact that many of you have gone through this and obviously many have gone through or are going through much worse. My heart goes out to you in a way I could not have fathomed before."

Hopefully time will heal the wounds as it did for us.

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