I wrote these words after our miscarriage and I’m so grateful that I did.
Somehow it makes me feel closer to you 🌟 I remember waking up on Christmas Day in the early hours to go to the loo.
He told me to hang on in there, it was then that I had this overwhelming feeling that this was the last thing I needed to do for our beautiful little soul. It was late so I got myself ready for bed, I barely slept with the pains but I felt very spiritually connected, a feeling I will remember forever.
The following morning I woke and the pain had stopped, I thought maybe everything was OK.
In the post published to social media, Izzy explains the struggles she is facing trying to breastfeed her second child saying: "I often think to myself, how is something so natural so hard? Izzy also reached out to other mums who are suffering from mastitis on her account, looking for advice.
" Izzy and Harry who welcomed baby Kit in August of this year seem to be doing great as the mother-of-two shared her love and gratitude for husband Harry by posting a cute note he wrote saying: "Call me when Kit wakes up for milk! According to Dr Renee Hoenderkamp treating mastitis is easy.
I often think to myself how is something so natural so hard...
the same feelings I experienced when trying to conceive.
“I realised just how much I needed Harry, he was my rock even through his own sadness. “One of my favourite quotes is ‘everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about, be kind always’.” Judd, who is mother to daughter Lola and son Kit, previously shared the story of a miscarriage she suffered three years ago when she was six weeks pregnant.
Merry Christmas from the Judd’s 🎄🌟 This time last year I was holding Kit in my tummy but we didn’t know it yet.
Izzy Judd said her husband has been “my rock” through their struggles with fertility.
Sharing a picture on Instagram of the couple taken the day after they lost the baby, she wrote: “Thank you for all your beautiful and moving comments to my last post.