- One Year
- Would you?
- Balloons To Heaven
- What To Say To A Newly Grieving Mother?
- How to honor the first anniversary?
- Innocence Lost
- Long overdue…and a LONG post.
- Right Where I Am: 8 months 1 day
- Mother’s Day
- One Month
- Our Little Miss Sunshine
- AWOL for good cause!
- 6 months
- Rollercoasters and first dates
- Not a consolation prize
- Coffee…how I missed you.
- Help me help a friend
- Not IF, but when
- Smitten – my new Valentines
- Stupid stuff people say
- Dreams, part deux
- Worse than a cautionary tale
- Just when I thought it was safe
- The Unexpected Elements of Grief
- Seeking Approval
- Fortune cookies
- Due Date
- What Was She Thinking?
- Bittersweet Milestone
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Tag Archives: infant loss
Do you happen to follow this blog? http://mylifeafterloss.blogspot.com/2011/10/steady-rock.html It is a mom who has repeatedly experienced IC (incompetent cervix), PPROM (premature rupture of membranes) and infant loss, along with delivering her twins very, very early. I find it interesting – even … Continue reading
I did not exactly figure out what “felt right” for the anniversary of Quinn and Trace’s birth. However, factoring our new little one into the picture, I decided that her absolute love and fascination with balloons would help me do … Continue reading
Recently, a friend developed a uterine infection and lost her son at 15 weeks gestation. I wanted to reach out, and found that I had a hard time finding the right words. I thought back to just a year ago, … Continue reading
As I laid in bed last night, wide awake at 1am, I was thinking about how just one year earlier my life was so incredibly different. One year ago last night was the last night that I went to sleep … Continue reading
Is there anyone still here? I certainly wouldn’t blame you if you lost interest and left. Yes, I’ve been a bad blogger. I’ve been conflicted about whether to keep this blog, start a new mommy blog for our new life with Ashlyn, … Continue reading
Coming up on the 4 month mark of losing my sons, I now know that I really knew nothing about grief (and probably still know very little). The loss of grandparents or friends of friends or even miscarriage did nothing … Continue reading