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TERRELL, Texas — Just a day after announcing their pregnancy on their YouTube channel , Sam and Nia announced in another video that they have suffered a miscarriage. In their first video, Sam showed that he snuck his wife’s urine sample from the toilet to surprise her that she was pregnant, before she even knew herself. The video went viral, getting millions of views. The couple shared the new video in hopes that sharing the experience of a miscarriage would help others as well. “It just, bam, it just hit us like a bomb,” Nia said in the video. “And those of you who have experienced miscarriage before, I can relate now. I have felt my womb empty out. I never ever ever knew that women felt that way. “I just want to say, too, that maybe there’s someone out there that’s going through this with us. The Bible says to weep with those who weep and mourn with those who mourn, and I am mourning with those of you who are feeling this. Sam said he felt that this tragic experience has brought their family closer. Source: q13fox.com
Sam Rader, 29, and Nia Rader, 26, from Texas, published a video entitled ‘Our Baby Had a Heartbeat’ over the weekend on their YouTube channel. It has already amassed more than three million views. In the video, Nia said: “We were just so overjoyed… it was like a huge celebration and then it just – bam – it just hit us like a bomb. She said that she could relate to the other women who had also experienced a miscarriage. Sam said the tragedy had brought the family closer together. “I feel like also through this tragedy, we’ve become closer as a family and mourning together like this has made us stronger and it’s made me appreciate my children more," he said. Sam and Nia have more than 10,000 followers on Twitter and also used the social media channel to share their experience. Some people who viewed the video questioned whether the couple's pregnancy was real. But Nia told People magazine that they were not going to "address anything negative that could come from this". The couple had initially announced that they were expected a third child last week. In a video posted on YouTube on Wednesday called ‘Husband shocks wife with pregnancy announcement. ' , it showed Sam taking a pregnancy test using a sample of his wife’s urine which he stole from the toilet. Source: www.independent.co.uk
'I started my day with projectile poop': Mother reveals the harsh realities of pregnancy and parenting with witty illustrations based on her daily struggles The series is based around New York-based Meghna Shah’s mommy blogging ‘character’ Mommie... Motherhood can be scary, challenging, and downright exasperating. But, as one new illustration series aims to show, sometimes you just have to laugh about it. . The star of the new series, a character called called Mommie Poppins , was created by New York-based mom Meghna Shah, who found that venting her... 'When I was pregnant with my son, I realized that pregnancy and motherhood is hard and having a sense of humor (and alcohol) is sometimes the only way to get through a rough day,' Megnha told Vagabomb. 'And since alcohol is not really an option I created Mommie Poppins, a sassy new mom who has a direct, tongue-in-cheek take on things that women experience during pregnancy and motherhood. Meghna's illustrations feature her character either pregnant in a stripey dress and a green Chanel purse, or wearing a polka dot skirt and patterned top while pushing along a stroller. In both incarnation, the character has a deadpan expression with her eyes closed and one hand raised towards her comments. Although the page has been up for less than a month, Meghna has created dozens of posts already, all of which showcase her biting, cynical and hilarious wit. Mommie Poppins and her witticisms The series covers everything in motherhood, from baby's first sonogram - 'like a tourist photo of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Everyone has one and it looks the same' - to philosophizing on life as a mom - 'parenting is like street parking. You are never really sure if you are doing it right. The series also addresses controversial topics such as the notion of 'natural birth'. 'If someone asks you if you had a "natural delivery" say no - the. Source: www.dailymail.co.uk
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