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Tuesday, 14 February 2012 16:56

The Loss Of Kacy And Cori From "The Real L Word"

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Kacy and Cori, the pair of lesbians that we discover during the season 2 in the lesbian reality show "The Real L Word," has suffered a tragedy. After 5 months of pregnancy, they lost their little girl, Charlie Monroe Boccumini.

A few days ago, Kacy shared the sad news on their blog:

"We are at the stage now where we can share with you what has been going on. This is the hardest news I have had to share, but the hope will be that by sharing it, I reach other parents that have been, or are currently, in the same situation. Hold onto yourselves, because this is not easy… 

As most of you know, my beautiful wife got pregnant in August of 2011. After 7 months of trying, we were blessed with an angel. We received all of your congratulations and support along the way, and we knew that the child that grew inside of her was a shared joy for all of us. […]

On Saturday, December 24th, despite all attempts, Cori’s water broke. We knew that there was nothing else we could do to save our baby girl. She was delivering early, and she was too little to survive outside of the womb. […]

On Sunday, December 25th, at the stroke of midnight, Cori and I held our little girl in our arms, said "Merry Christmas", and then sadly, but with a promise to see her again sometime in the future, somewhere, we said goodbye. We didn’t cry the entire time she was with us – just cherished the very miracle she was, and the time we had with her. She made us mothers, made us a family, and although the ending in this lifetime is a sad one, we carry her with us always until we are reunited."

I cannot comment because I cannot imagine what it means to lose a baby but I just hope they find happiness.

You can read more of the blog here: To all of youTo all of you.

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