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A Peek Inside My Heart: What Grieving Parents Want You to Know

For the next few days I’m probably going to be cycling through some posts that received the most response from readers.  A family member is facing serious and complex surgery Monday, October 24th and I’m going to be focused on that.

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“We’re still here, you and me” I always thought to myself. 

I wish I actually said that out loud and told you.

When everyone left us in our darkness it was just you and I.  203 more words

Repost: It's Complicated

Child loss makes so many things more complex.

I wrote this awhile back in an attempt to help those outside this community understand that every. single. 51 more words


Our Pregnancy Journey & The Baby We Never Brought Home

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. It’s a thing that until this year, I never had a reason to identify with, to even know about honestly. 1,844 more words

October 21st

I have been dreading October since the turn of the New Year. The milestones and memories have racked up and today is the anniversary of the last day of “normal” life. 710 more words

Time Does Not Equal Distance

We used to measure it in minutes and then hours.

We counted the days, the weeks and then the months since you’ve been gone.

Now we count the years. 154 more words


Capture Your Grief - Day 19

Grief Rituals

I pray every night at the altar where I honor you. The day you died, my sister and I prayed together. I have said that same prayer nearly every day since. 65 more words