Life After Loss

Our World Was Turned Upside Down, But We’re at Peace

After losing my precious baby girl at 42 weeks I searched everywhere for information about how quickly people had their rainbow baby. I am simply writing this to share with you my personal experience and to give hope to those who are searching. I had an emergency c-section after many hours of labor with my --> keep reading

Mother’s Day Is My Favorite, But It’s Tough

Mother's Day is my favorite day of the year. Better than Christmas, better than my Birthday. Here is why: On this day, we celebrate and honor our own mothers, and all mothers who have guided and shaped our lives to this day. Strong, beautiful women who kissed the hurts and dried our tears, and laughed --> keep reading

An Open Letter to Moms Whose Babies Lived

My Facebook feed is inundated with “mom posts” because momhood engulfs the lives of so many lovely women I know. I understand motherhood is very hard, especially in the beginning. It’s hard to work and to raise a child, and it’s hard to be a stay-at-home-mom. As director of a non-profit organization serving children of --> keep reading

Preparing for Your Rainbow Baby’s Birth

The blessing of expecting a rainbow baby after loss is a joyful, hope-filled time. But as you prepare for this tiny miracle to arrive, you may encounter some fears along the way. Here are some qualms that can muddy the not-always-blissful waters as you charter through the delicate territory: When to announce your pregnancy Many --> keep reading