It’s been a heartbreaking week for Jana Kramer.
After announcing over the weekend that she’d suffered a devastating miscarriage, it seems she’s now attempting to lift her spirits.
Jana posted a photo on her Instagram, looking casual and comfortable in a Christmas-themed top and holding a glass of wine.
“The ultimate squad goals,” she captioned the shot. “Nothing better than a night with friends, wine and reindeer.”
We’re glad Jana is spending some time with her friends, who hopefully have been an amazing support system for her through this difficult time.
Jana was very open about her loss, and posted a powerful message about why it’s important to share in times like this, saying, “I just didn’t want to feel alone, and I know I’m not.”
She also revealed that it isn’t her first loss.
Jana shared a blog post from a friend who was also grieving a miscarriage with the hope that her post would serve as a comfort to those out there reading it who may be in need of hope.
And she thankfully isn’t the only country star willing to open up and share her story on the subject.
Before becoming pregnant with her current twins, Hillary Scott suffered a miscarriage back in 2015, and she was incredibly open with her story in the hopes that she, too, could give hope and encouragement to those who are also suffering in the same devastating situation.
“This is something that is still not talked about very often,” Hillary once said in a “Good Morning America” interview. “I also feel like there’s this pressure to be able to snap your fingers and continue to walk through life like it never happened.”
We agree—you can’t and you shouldn’t.
In the days that have followed since her original post, Jana seems to be feeling a little bit better. She took her daughter Jolie to meet Santa at The Grove in L.A., and—well let’s just say it could’ve gone better …
And now we see a half smile from Jana in her reindeer sweatshirt, showing gratitude for her friends as she continues to ring in the season through this sadness.
Our thoughts are prayers are with you, Jana. Keep leaning on your loved ones. They’re everything!