Last week, Eva Daeleman for the first time in a long time, even have a microphone to be heard, not as CHARITY, but directly to the largest, the family Radio 2. Her own family this year and become bigger and bigger they can be, had it not been for Eve, a miscarriage has passed. In a podcast that tells the host about what happened to her happened to them. “I’ve had a miscarriage. We have had a miscarriage, because you’ll never have to be alone,” says the host of in the harbour. The facts date back to a long time ago, this is the reason why Eva and her husband, Stu, there will be a podcast made in order to be able to talk to. “At the time of the miscarriage happened, I felt mĳ very lonely. If you are together, alone, on an island, and there are very few people who have gone through it, because people just don’t get to talk about it.” The couple was shocked and very far, they heard that one out of every five pregnancies, a miscarriage is out.
“I thought that was actually pretty intense, and I’ve got at the moment something like that happens, you will feel very, very sad. There is such an invisible thing is in your belly, you weeks, months, and falling in love with you and all of a sudden it is gone. I felt I was failing my wife,” says Eva in the podcast.
Eva and Luca made it to the news of the pregnancy to their close friends and family, well-known for, they are 12 weeks pregnant. “Well, since I am weeks, if not months, and a worn specimen was in,” laughs Eva. “We had a miscarriage before, we are 12 weeks pregnant. If you had a miscarriage get to your 12 weeks are, claim to be the people that you are basicly not pregnant. Is something that 12 weeks we had a miscarriage and that will be months that are pretty tough. I was thinking that being pregnant are like this. I was so tired, and it was a 3-hour naps to do, and it was still to tired to wake up.”