Infant Loss

Infant loss is heartbreaking to parents. These posts help you know you are not alone and will hopefully bring some comfort and hope.

Your Infant Loss Was Not Your Fault

One of the first things I said once I found out I had lost my baby boy at 20 weeks was, “Will driving and clenching your stomach while you drive… View Post

What I Wish I Had Known About Having a Rainbow Baby

What I Wish I Had Known About Having a Rainbow Baby. The raw, real emotional realities of having a rainbow baby. It isn’t all happiness. I had never had a panic… View Post

How to Find Time To Grieve After The Death Of A Loved One

Moms- Finding Time To Grieve After The Death Of A Loved One. How mothers can find the time and space to grieve after the loss of a loved one. When… View Post

What To Say To a Woman Who Has Lost a Baby

What To Say To a Woman Who Has Lost a Baby that will be helpful and what not to say. They meant well, but it still hurt. I knew people… View Post

I Remember Him Still

  I think of him every single day. Some people raise their eyebrows in surprise when they hear that. But any parent only needs to ponder it for a moment… View Post

Processing Pain of Child Loss

This is me walking Brayden with our little Braxston in my tummy I didn’t want any sort of medication at all. I didn’t want to block whatever pain would come.… View Post

Stillbirth: Still Painful 9 Years Later

9 years ago, I delivered our second child, stillborn, at 20 weeks. It was a little boy we named Braxston. You can read more about it here: Baby Braxston and Miscarriage… View Post