I'm not sure what category this should be posted under. I have been a longtime member, but haven't posted in ages. On September 27, my little sister and her unborn baby both died during childbirth. My sister, Maryanne, was 31 years old, and this was her very first pregnancy. She had no issues whatsoever, until the week of her death. She was 36 weeks along with her baby girl, Isabella Rose. She had went to the ER several times that week with horrible pains, and pretty much got the runaround. They checked for a infection at one point, and said she didn't have one. They suggested that the baby was laying sunny side up and was laying on nerves and that could be what was causing all of her pain. The day before her death, she went to the Dr and the baby's heartbeat was great. That evening Maryanne once again went to the ER, and they performed a ultrasound. They discovered that there was no amniotic fluid, but they did not do a emergency c-section. They admitted her and put her upstairs. Within 12 hours they were both gone. There is a investigation being done, but we are all completely crushed, beyond angry, and completely heartbroken. All Mary ever wanted was to be a Mommy. To make matters worse, my daughter is pregnant, and due the day before Maryanne was due to have her baby. So she is also a nervous wreck anticipating her own labor and delivery. We are telling ourselves that they are still together, and that is all that matters. But I'm curious, from those that remember past lives, and time in between, how does that work? Is she getting time with her baby girl, or are they both working on there own issues at this point. We are so sick with grief, that we kinda need to believe that Mary is rocking Bella and loving her forever.