• Answering That Question: How Are You?

    March 19, 2013

    Guest Post by Janet “How are you?” Oh, how I hated that question after the death of my daughter, Rachel. How am I? Seriously? “Good,” sounded flip and made me feel like I was dishonoring her life. I wasn’t “good” after I buried her. After the memorial service was done and the casseroles were gone.…

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  • The Memory Keeper

    March 14, 2013

    “Promise me you’ll stay with him, no matter what.” I said those words to my husband as we wrote our birth plan for our son Samuel’s arrival. “I promise”, was his reply. Just a few weeks earlier, after an anomaly was discovered during a routine ultrasound, we learned that our precious little baby was not…

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  • Choosing Somewhere

    March 12, 2013

    Guest Post by Lea There have been many things in my life that I have been fearful of. When I was young and in grade school, I was extremely self-conscious. I would physically get sick if I was requested to answer a question in front of the entire class. I would convince myself that I…

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  • Sharing your Journey

    March 7, 2013

    Guest Post by Christi Losing a child is completely and totally unexplainable. Every fiber of your body is ripped from you. Besides, this child is a life God created from your own DNA. This child is a part of you. When your child dies, literally a part of you dies too. Life does not just…

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  • Sometimes I See Double

    March 5, 2013

    Guest Post by Megan Sometimes I still see double. It’s been almost four years since I held my twin sons in my arms for the first and the very last time. Will was born, and still is perfectly healthy. MJ fought a battle with a congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) for 35 days before we were…

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