IN MEMORY OF
HANNAH REBECCA CHANSKY
miscarried January 1, 1999.
by Mommy and Daddy:
I bonded with Hannah from the time I found out I was pregnant. She was such a
good pregnancy. I never threw up and she was such good company when she started
moving around inside of me. Her father and I knew she would be a girl. We had
her name picked out 8 weeks into the pregnancy. Four days before she died, we had
an ultrasound. Everything was fine, and the doctor said that she thought "the
baby might be a girl, because there was no presence of male genitalia."
We already knew that. We're still not sure what went wrong. I started having
contractions New Year's Eve and my water broke. After over 20 hours of labor, I
delivered her New Year's Day. She was 11 oz. and 11 inches long. She was perfectly
developed. We love and miss "our little peanut."