Our Mission:


to build and support a community of individuals and families who have been touched directly or indirectly by miscarriage, stillbirth and neonatal loss.


Share Your Story


This site is for anyone touched by perinatal grief — we want you to raise your voice.


Break Your Silence


Offering you a place to share your feelings about perinatal grief -- to break the silence and write what ever is on your mind.


Community Advice


Do you need answers on what to expect or about how to handle a situation as you grief? Ask those who really know what it's like.

Devastated and Confused

I was so excited to find out I was pregnant for the first time. I was 37 years old and had waited until it was the right time. I was so excited to find out I was going to be a mom. I tried to keep it a secret, but it was hard. My husband --> keep reading

I Celebrated What Could’ve Been

When you lose a baby, the whole world seems to just stop turning. Instead of sunshine lighting up your life, there seems to be this impenetrable, unending darkness. Your once bright and shiny world filled with baby naming websites and cute onesie finds on Etsy falls apart with the simple sentence of, “We can’t find --> keep reading

The Heartbreak Makes Me More Determined

We started trying for children thinking we would fall pregnant easily. A increasingly frustrating year later,  I started feeling unwell. HCG hormones weren't rising and a week later, I lost our first baby.Six months later, the words that will never leave me are "there is no heartbeat". Those words destroyed our hopes, our dreams and future --> keep reading

The Lost Children

No one can really explain our losses. I am a 37 year old woman who has lost 4 pregnancies in the last three years and been through one unsuccessful round of IVF. We are still trying, although we have no idea really what is the best route to take now. No one can really explain --> keep reading