Madisson Hausburg is currently pregnant after suffering a loss and has opened up about her anxiety and fears about her pregnancy. She shared how her previous stillbirth has affected her emotionally and how she feels attached and obsessed with her baby girl on the way. Despite her worries, she is looking forward to being the best mother to both of her babies.
Madisson Hausburg gave an update on her pregnancy after experiencing a loss, expressing gratitude, anxiety, and fear as she navigates the complexities of pregnancy after loss and prepares to welcome her rainbow baby.
Madisson Hausburg, former star of Siesta Key, took to Instagram to share an update on her current pregnancy after suffering a loss. She mentioned that “PAL (pregnancy after loss) is a whirlwind” and expressed both gratitude and anxiety about her pregnancy. Hausburg confessed that as her due date approaches, she’s become “acutely aware” and feels relief every time she feels a “kick and twirl.” Having experienced a stillbirth in her first pregnancy, she admitted, “I will not be fully relieved until our girl is in my arms safe and sound.”
Acknowledging that it was a “blessing” to be pregnant again, Madisson shared that her past tragic loss has “vastly changed” her experience of pregnancy this time around. Despite her worries, she expressed her excitement about becoming her little one’s mother and is passionately looking forward to the day she can meet her baby girl.
Before conceiving her second child, Hausburg struggled with the decision of trying to conceive again after her heartbreaking experience with the loss of her son, Elliot. She shared that she is “utterly terrified” and expressed the difficulty of navigating motherhood without her baby. She confessed that “There’s a hole in my heart that will never be healed, but I hold hope that motherhood won’t always look like this for me.”
The reality star also reflected on the gratitude and dual emotions that come with pregnancy after loss. She will continue navigating this journey, hoping for a healthy pregnancy and the safe arrival of her baby girl.