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(4) You should Bea Here

Making memories are a huge aspect of bereavement care.

We had so many opportunities to create memories whilst in hospital and now have those to look back on. 432 more words

(3) How to be a friend (when they may be lost)

Friendships and relationships with family differ significantly when you have lost a baby.

I have been told this so many times by bereaved parents but could never understand the reality of it until I was faced with the loss of a baby myself. 502 more words

A year later

Last year I wrote this blog post about sunshine, storms and rainbows.

A year later my thinking has shifted. Rory wasn’t a storm and neither was Henry. 140 more words

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LGBT Baby Loss | Our Golden Light

It is such an honour to share the story of Carla and Gina, from San Diego, California and their son Luca D’oro. I have followed this beautiful family on Instagram for quite some time, and feel privileged to have a space to them in this blog series.

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There must be a better way...

…to describe children in the loss world.

So, I’m scrolling through Instagram and I’ve just read a really emotive post by a friend about Rainbow babies (these are the holy grail in the loss world – a living baby after loss). 147 more words

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My Heavy Heart 


I have written so much about time and and the time for us that was never to be. So here I write again 7 days away from Patrick’s 2nd birthday. 479 more words

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Just a little bit of understanding

Monday marks exactly eight months since we gathered with family and friends to say ‘goodbye’ to Jasper, our little boy born too soon and gone too soon. 1,661 more words