I Don’t Really Know What To Say

Many of you know that my wife was pregnant.

Early Wednesday morning we learned that our son had died in utero. Wednesday afternoon she birthed his stillborn body.

It’s been a long, painful week, and I haven’t felt much like writing anything.

Thanks for understanding.

8 thoughts on “I Don’t Really Know What To Say

  1. Bryce and family,
    Our family would like to let you know that you’re in our hearts and prayers at this time. I just love your family and Aurora is a wonderful friend to me. I am so very sorry for your loss!
    We will be thinking about you!
    Shelly and Jerry Bishop

  2. Bryce, may God bless and keep you, provide you comfort and solace in your time of need. If there is anything I can do to help you, please let me know. We will pray for you, and feel free to reach out if there’s anything we can do.

    I’m so sorry, Bryce. So very sorry for all of you. Please know you will be supported as much as humanly possible.

  3. I am so, so very sorry. There aren’t any words, sadly, that will ease your hearts during this time. If it helps at all, know that I will be praying for your family especially, that you find some sort of comfort, impossible as it sounds. {{{hugs}}}

  4. Dear Bryce,

    I am very sorry for you and your family. As Vanessa said there aren’t any words that will ease you at this hard time.

    You are in my thoughts and in my prayers. Take care.


  5. I’m so sorry….it’s my belief your child is in heaven now, praying for you even as I do. Be strong for your wife.


  6. I had just finished reading your novel and was anticipating chapter 32 when I read about your loss. I am so so sorry. Hugs to you both and I know the loss of a child is the worse of the worse pain. And I also know how when someone says time helps ease the pain you want to say no f*cking way. But it is true as experience has shown me. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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