Time does not heal all wounds. As time goes on the reality of loss becomes more and more clear. You realize all of the “should have been’s.” What does heal all wounds is allowing God to gently comfort in a … Continue reading
Break the silence. Tell your story. Your baby, no matter how small, has a story worth telling. Miscarrying 4 times has impacted me immensely in so many different ways. One beautiful thing that has happened is that I have used … Continue reading
I wanted to share something sweet with you that happened. I just finished going through a bible study, “Grieving The Child I Never Knew” by Kathe Wunnenburg, with someone. While I was working on one of the chapters my 5 year old, … Continue reading
Well, as we are now entering into the holiday season I’m sure many of you are feeling a wave of intense emotions coming over you. Something about getting together with family and creating memories brings out all of the should’ve … Continue reading
It’s Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Today I am remembering my 5 sweet babies as well as your little ones that are in heaven. May we all find comfort and peace today as we take some time to reflect on … Continue reading
Here are examples of things not to say to someone that has lost a baby and also a little insight to what they might be thinking when they hear them. 1.) You are young. Don’t worry. You will have more. … Continue reading
Meet Baby Reddin. In May I found out I was pregnant. This was not a planned pregnancy but every child is a blessing! My husband and I, although anxious about how we would get ready for it, were excited about … Continue reading
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month.
It’s not about the need for attention or relishing in a pity party.
What it’s about is telling your story and raising the awareness of the general public to this kind of loss. And it’s about being there for others that have similar stories.
So I challenge you to seize this opportunity. Speak out. Others need to hear your story. It’s only then that the silence will break. We need to let the world know that we’re not overreacting. We’re grieving.
Tell your story.
Break the silence.
Share one another’s burden.
One thing those that have lost a baby need others to understand is that they consider themselves a Mom to that baby. I have 2 children on earth and 4 others whom I cannot wait to meet one day in … Continue reading
These are great ways to support women you know that have endured the loss of a baby.