If you’ve been comforted or encouraged by Carly’s story and want to read more, take a look at our Book of #mis COURAGE where brave mums and dads have shared their pregnancy hardships.
Miscarriage can be extremely difficult and sometimes you may need a little extra support.
Carly told She had to have dilation and curettage surgeries and it was months before she has recovered enough to able to try again.
Carly was also diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome, which causes cysts on her ovaries.
This was particularly hard for Carly and Mark as a missed period would give them false hope.
We want to wish a congratulations to 2004 Olympics champion Carly Patterson and her husband Mark Caldwell on their recent pregnancy news from everyone at Tommy's.
Following her announcement on Instagram, Carly has opened up about her experience of trying to get pregnant. For Carly and Mark, this exciting news comes after over two years of difficulties.
She and fiancé Mark Caldwell, a strategy consultant for Accenture, got engaged on Jan. "Winning the all-around gold medal in 2004 was the best day of my life until this day, because now I have my best friend and the greatest guy I could have ever asked God to send me to share my past, present and future life with," she said.
Caldwell proposed in dramatic style next to a waterfall at a creek-side park outside of Dallas.