Having a soldier for a husband is definitely no joke. These men are subjected to dangerous duties and risky assignments in the course of their career as citizens serving the country on the front line of national defense.
In line with this, families that are left behind are forced to grapple with the highly probable likelihood of their loved one losing their life on duty. Even though it is for the country, it does not help that one of their family members has died especially if this is a dad.
Courtney Hill is a woman who has a soldier for a husband. However, he didn’t lose his life because of duty he lost it during a terrible car crash.
Newsner reported that Courtney’s husband, Bryan, was a soldier in the US Army. He was assigned to Iraq, Kuwait, and Afghanistan. Throughout his duration as a military man, he didn’t incur any major injuries.
However, when he retired, that’s when tragedy struck him and his family. The source cited that in February 2016, Bryan got into a car accident that claimed his life. He was fathering a child with Courtney, Reagan.
When Courtney made the preparations for her husband’s funeral, she was astounded to know that she was pregnant. Reportedly, she held Bryan’s hand in the wake and whispered to him, "Sweetheart, you're going to be a dad again."
After that, Courtney tried to regain her strength (both physically and emotionally) to be prepared for her delivery. But months after, she felt a severe pain in her abdomen. She feared she would be having a miscarriage, so she went to see a doctor.
An ultrasound was conducted in order to see the condition of her child but the results shocked her—she could see two boys and one girl inside her womb!
According to her, she said, "My jaw dropped. But I was excited to have three more smiles that remind me of him.”
After a while (it was not cited how long), Courtney had another ultrasound, in which she found out that one of her children no longer produced a heartbeat.
Meanwhile, the two babies were born normally. Courtney named them Miles and Harper.
Whenever people would ask her if the two are twins, she would reply that no, they aren’t. "I call them surviving triplets," she would answer.
Now, Courtney is looking forward to the future, wherein she will able to see her children grow up to be as strong and as brave as her husband Bryan.
Have you lost a loved one? Do you know wives or mothers who have had the same experience as Courtney?
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