Yesterday, someone I know asked for advice. Her friend, 4.5 months pregnant, was told that her son would likely not survive,
I used to think how traumatic it was for us to grow Mia for 32 weeks and then deliver her “stillborn”. But as the years go
In case no one has ever said this to you, I want you to know – It’s okay to stop trying. For children. For living children.
I am painfully aware of your stillness now, And now that I’ve noticed, I can’t un-notice. It’s an overwhelming stillness… A
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
My relationship with pregnancy has always been a bit rocky. My very first pregnancy ended in miscarriage and I was blessed
After my first stillbirth, the doctors assured me that it wouldn’t happen again. They thought I had caught a virus that