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Empathy Cards and the Today Show

Hello ladies. I was pleased and proud to be part of an article for the TodayShow.com – about why we need to be more open about our pregnancy losses.  Here is the article: http://www.today.com/parents/what-say-when-friend-has-miscarriage-t47746 I am also really excited about these empathy cards that Dr. Jessica Zucker has created to support loved ones who have miscarried. […]

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A shared story…

Catherine reached out to me to share her story.  Here is an excerpt and a link to her blog.   On August 20, my daughter Tirzah Catherine was born still and silent at 40 weeks. With no warning, and no explanation. I went to my doctor for a routine pre-surgical exam, with a normal c-section […]

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sharing a resource

Hello lovelies. Tina, a brave mama who lost one twin at 8 weeks and the other at 21 weeks, has been kind and generous enough to share her stories and her blog posts with all of us.  As she wrote to me, “I’m so sorry any of us have had to endure this, it shouldn’t […]

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guest post – letting go with a meditation

Today I have the pleasure of introducing you to Sarah – a lovely woman who has offered her experience and her wisdom to all of us.  I love how she says “I am holding onto my grief. It is as part of me as any organ.”  Sarah’s story and her guided meditation offer us a […]

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Return To Zero is happening!

Hello all. I’m hoping that you had a moment of peace, of nourishment, of self love on the potentially difficult day of Mother’s Day. I’m not sure how much you have followed the developments of Return To Zero, a movie based on the writer, Sean Hanish and his wife Kiley’s personal experience with still birth. […]

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early musings.

Beware. This post is just musings.  Thoughts that have been running through my mind off and on lately. Someone very near and dear is pregnant. Early pregnant. Pre 12 weeks pregnant. When she told me, I wanted to jump for joy and start the celebrations.  Privately, I did.  I sent her a card with the […]

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Guest Post (and some art inspiration)

Meet Nikki.  A few weeks ago, Nikki shared some beautiful and inspiring art work with me – I knew I needed to share her painting with you all, and also wanted to share her story.  I asked her to write about her painting, and she happily obliged, hoping it might help someone else walking this […]

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shared story – help needed!

From a reader who would love your advice. Please comment below if you think you can help!   Hello Friends, I have two delicious children age 5 and 8 and a lovely stepdaughter age 12. Over the last 20 months, I lost three babies around the age of 6-weeks in utero. These losses have opened […]

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Guest Post from Reconceiving Loss

Hello!  I am excited to offer you all a guest post today, from Tara Shafer, the woman behind a beautiful website: Reconceiving Loss.  This website is an space where grieving parents can find resources to help them in their process, and be witnessed by a community at the same time.  The three main areas of […]

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and you?

This is the sign I recently made and posted in my bathroom.  (See the outlet in the photo?  Proof it’s really hanging in my bathroom.) I check in with this sign every time I brush my teeth, wash my hands, walk through to my closet.     I want to hear from you.  How will […]

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