Everyone has a past right? My fiance' knows about every detail of mine, because he has been part of my life forever.. before we were a couple he was one of my best friends, and he was best friends with the man I was in a relationship with before him... My past relationship was over six years, and he suddenly died in a car accident, which of course sent me into horrible shock and depression. I had been greatly into tattoos before his death, and every single tattoo I have has great meaning to me. When my boyfriend passed away, a few days later I got a tattoo in memory of him, on my wrist, with his name and a key (the key to my heart).. a few months later I got another tattoo in memory of him on my back of angel wings with a quote and his birth and death date, and again.. his name. I do not regret either of these tattoos at all, he was an important part of my life, and I will forever love him.. the only thing I regret is having his name on me twice.. it does not affect my fiance', he is very understanding, he also has a tattoo in memory of him, BUT.. I'm worried that on our wedding day people may look at me, marrying this amazing man, and then see the name of the man I lost, and it'll make it uncomfortable for people..... Our group of friends, and our families all know about what happened, and know about my tattoos, I just don't want anything to take away from the beauty of us becoming a married couple.
Input is greatly appreciated..
BFP #1 on 03.20.12 [EDD 11.22.12]- HB heard at 7w6d - No HB at 9w - D&C scheduled for 04.24.12 - miscarried on my own 04.23.12
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