In kindergarten, I wrote your name. Your brother was starting school, and I wrote your name. It wasn’t your year to be in
I’m going to share an ugly truth with you all. And for the record, my girls and their lives are my greatest blessings. The
Four and a half years. We made it to age four and a half before our little rainbow daughter asked the question all parents
When thinking about death we have so many questions and very few answers. It’s where the fear and disbelief stem from.
When my son Cullin died unexpectedly, life as I knew it ended. Life B.C. (Before Child loss) had concluded, and life A.D.
Girlie – never in your seven years have you asked for a sibling. “I don’t want a brother or sister! Only to clean up my
When we told her she had a sister who’d died, I did not expect her to grieve. The loss had occurred two years previously,