Don't ask someone when they are going to have children (or another child for that matter).
I learned this a few days after my first miscarriage. We had flown home to see family and friends, a trip that had been planned for quite a while and was actually delayed for a few days because of my impending miscarriage (thank God we did not get on that plane as scheduled or I would have miscarried right around when my plane was landing in my hometown).
I was in the grocery store and a high school girl came over to say hi. I knew her from my days working with the youth group. We hugged, she asked how I was, how married life was, and then she started with the baby questions. So, are you going to have kids soon? When are you going to start having babies? You should have kids! My sister just had a baby, you should have a baby! She was happy and excited and she had absolutely no clue.
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Aurelia is the contributing editor for Early Pregnancy Loss. She writes daily at Aurelia Ann. She provides "thoughts-written-out-loud" in words and pictures.