• Self Care: Welcoming Happiness

    July 28, 2016

    The moments when I began to feel happy again during my grief journey took me by surprise. Whether it was an evening out with friends, or goofing around with my boys, happiness started to slowly seep back into a life that was so black and cold. But why would happiness be so disconcerting, especially when…

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  • The Secret Competition In the Baby Loss Club

    July 28, 2016

      I sat nervously in the hospital conference room. I expected it to be empty, or at least almost empty. I mean, how many women really suffer pregnancy loss in my area anyway? And as the minutes wore on, the seats filled, answering my unspoken question. Apparently, a lot of people lose babies. A hushed, quiet, almost…

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  • Five

    July 27, 2016

    Guest Post by Nancy I began to write this in the days before what should be my son Wyatt’s fifth birthday. I know a lot after losing two children— a daughter then a son, during labor, both to cord accidents at full term. I know a lot I wish I didn’t know. I know that…

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  • Safe Place

    July 27, 2016

    For a long time after our loss it felt cruel that the world continues to turn as if nothing at all happened. Death had swallowed up my life, my dreams, my hopes and even a lot of my faith. And yet the sun rose again the next morning, and everything just was. Our girl was dead.…

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  • A Mother’s Love Never Dies

    July 27, 2016

    Guest Post by Amie Being pregnant a third time is supposed to be harder than the first, and most definitely harder than the second with less time to rest, chasing around your other small children while waddling a big belly, but that is not the case if you do not have living children. I had…

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  • REALITY after losing a child…

    July 27, 2016

    I am totally intrigued by the reality that seems to be all over the airwaves today in our society.  Intrigued because reality is defined as “the quality or state of being actual or true.”  And what we see on the reality television shows can be narrowed down to this-  “Relating to or being a genre…

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  • My Bubble

    July 27, 2016

    Guest Post by Sharon You often hear of people living in a bubble. Well the first thing that comes to mind is the infamous “Bubble Boy”. Next I think of the old colloquialism of people living in their own bubble. Bubbles used to be such a joyous past time, the wonder, the awe, the amazing…

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