One of the most underrated screenwriters to exist in the industry; Winston Beigel, is going to become a father!
The screenwriter, along with his "Big Bang Theory" star wife, Melissa Rauch, is expecting their first child together.
Rauch shared the news of her being pregnant with a baby over on Instagram where she posted a link to the news.
Elaborating the statement, she said; this is the only thing that does not make her feel like a fraud
“Melissa is expecting her first child. She is extremely overjoyed, but if she’s being honest, due to the fact that she had a miscarriage the last time she was pregnant, she’s pretty much terrified at the moment that it will happen again. She feels weird even announcing this at all, and would rather wait until her child heads off to college to tell anyone, but she figures she should probably share this news before someone sees her waddling around with her mid-section protruding and announces it first.”
Rauch also reflected back on the heartache of her previous miscarriage.
The miscarriage I experienced was one of the most profound sorrows I have ever felt in my life. It kickstarted a primal depression that lingered in me. The image of our baby on the ultrasound monitor—without movement, without a heartbeat—after we had seen that same little heart healthy and flickering just two weeks prior completely blindsided us and haunts me to this day. I kept waiting for the sadness to lift...but it didn’t. Sure, I had happy moments and life went on, but the heartbreak was always lurking. Inescapable reminders, like the unfulfilled due date, came around like a heavy cloud.
A day I had once marked on my calendar with such excitement was now a memorial of a crushed dream. I was constantly wishing that the feeling of being desperately lonely in my own body would dissipate. It didn’t help that I was also fighting against these feelings with thoughts like, “You should be over this by now,” and “People go through a heck of a lot worse, you miserable sad-sack!” (Can you tell that I am awesome at self-compassion?) What I realized, though, is that because this kind of loss is not openly talked about nearly as much as it should be, there really is no template for how to process these emotions.
You’re not necessarily going to a funeral or taking time off from work to mourn, but that doesn’t change the fact that something precious has been unexpectedly taken from your life.
That is a sad experience she had to go through, but life has given her a second chance by allowing her to become a mother. That's something she has been craving for a long run!
The now-to-be parents tied knots in 2007 after dating for a year in 2006. They, however, came across one another during their time at college.
We would like to wish her and her husband, the very best for the baby, and congratulate them on this happy occasion.
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