Jenna and Jarrett Fletcher started the coronavirus pandemic with the news of a miscarriage in March. They were devastated.
“We went through a lot of grief from that right in the midst of COVID,” Jenna Fletcher said. “We had to be isolated from everyone, so it was a bit lonely and challenging, but we just had to trust God.”
A month later, as the world was going into lockdown, they conceived another baby. It was the end of April and they were elated.
Quarantine gave them ample opportunity to try again, the couple joked.
“We were so excited and felt so blessed, but also we were sort of anxious from the previous miscarriage,” Jenna said. “This whole process has been difficult, but also full of joy.”
The expecting parents thought COVID-19 might be over in a few weeks, but then the anxiety started to