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.

Music That Saw Me Through Grief

“If music be the food of love, play on.” – William Shakespeare I love music. All kinds of music. I could be listening to hardcore "screamo rock" music one minute and then the next, be listening to a classical piano piece. My eclectic taste in music probably comes from my upbringing, from my dad’s own --> keep reading

What I Wish I had Known Prior to Losing Alexa

I never could have anticipated what awaited us in the ultrasound room that day. After three effortless conceptions and two textbook pregnancies, the only thing on my mind was, “Will this be our third daughter or our first son?” The rest of the appointment remains hazy, but I do recall the grim expression and somber --> keep reading

I Don’t Know If I Can Go Through Another

After having my two beautiful children, I experienced an early miscarriage when my second child was only 6 months old. I put it down to my body not recovering after the emergency c section I had to have with him at full term because of a prolapsed cord, not to make light of it but the --> keep reading

Words Have a Funny Way of Changing Your Life

Words have a funny way of changing your life. Words like "I love you" - those are the type of words that can change your life for the better. Words like "I'm pregnant" change your world again. Then, the words "it's a boy" get the plans and dreams rolling. Now you can better imagine, prepare --> keep reading