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Stillbirth is one of the most difficult experiences in the world. Instead of keeping all of that pent up inside I think it really helps to connect with others who can empathize with the struggles that come along with stillbirth.

Stillbirth Stories: 8 Years Later

Being a parent opens your heart in ways that you never thought possible.  You learn to love with a capacity beyond anything you have...

Honoring your Stillborn Baby by Sending Balloons to Heaven

We so love honoring the day our little boy, Jaxon, was stillborn and got his Angel wings. And today, on his fourth Angelversary, it...

Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Birthday to Our Angel

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! I love this holiday, yet at times it feels in danger of being forgotten as we get closer to Christmas....

The Journey of Coping after a Stillbirth

This time of the year is one filled with many emotions. On November 26th, 2005, our second son was stillborn when I was 37...

National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day 2009…

Here we are again. How do these years seem to pass so quickly? Today is a day that is often overlooked by many - National...

Another Baby Gets His Wings…

Today is the day another baby will get his wings, unless God sees fit for miracle. Sara-Rae and her family have been on my...

Prayers are Needed for a Baby

Does God guide us to certain people in our lifetime? Or is it all random? A pure coincidence? I think not. Admittedly, my faith in God...

Happy 3rd Angelversary, Jaxon!

It is hard to believe that it has been three years that our son passed away. It may seem odd, but I can so...

Mourning Sickness: Stories and Poems about Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant Loss

I love reading, truly I do. However, I must admit that when I received Mourning Sickness: Stories and Poems about Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant...

Being A Mom after a Stillbirth

Tonight I can not help but think of how being a parent changes your very being. Two years ago I thought I would have...