When my wife Emily came into the sitting room and told me there was "something in the soap dish" I knew the stomach pains she had been experiencing during the eighth week of her first pregnancy had ended in a miscarriage.
Should I bring the "something" into the sitting room, discuss it with my wife and then make a decision to bury it in a beautiful location? Or should I protect my wife by flushing it down the loo? I went for the latter, enduring the worst existential moment of my life; then I tried to comfort her.
Read more: http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/jul/09/first-person-miscarriages-child
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