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  • 3 Things I Learned From My Sleeping Angel on Her 3rd Birthday

    My Baby's Heartbeat Bear Guest Post by: Allie Page, mother of 2 living and 1 sleeping angel. Today, she tells what she has learned three years after the loss of her baby.   Photo credit: https://www.jennhydemanphotography.com/ 

    In October 2014, I lost our baby when I was 28 weeks pregnant. She was our second pregnancy and followed her healthy brother. It was completely unexpected; no medical reasoning was ever found. She was fine one day, and gone the next. We named her Mercy. Continue reading

  • Finding Support After Pregnancy and Infant Loss

    #PregnancyAndInfantLossAwareness

    It's not easy to move on after losing a baby. It's not easy to watch as the rest of the world continues spinning like normal while you find it hard to put one foot in front of the other. Somehow, though, we do it, but we don't have to do it alone. Continue reading

  • Dads Feel Helpless During a Miscarriage

    We have spent the month sharing about pregnancy loss and the emotional rollercoaster that mothers experience. It is finally becoming a topic of discussion, thanks to social media. Mothers can reach out and share their stories.

    But what about dads? What about partners? Continue reading

  • I Still Remember You, My Sweet Angel Baby.

    It has been almost 1000 days now.

    I did not dream you up. You were real. You were inside of me, a part of me -- and you will always be mine. Continue reading

  • The What Ifs of a Miscarriage

    What if my pregnancy had reached full term and you had let out that first cry? Continue reading

  • When You Know Your Baby Will Not Survive

    The statistics are eye-opening, but yet no mother believes it can happen to her.  There is too much to fear, so instead, we overlook any chances that we could be the one in four who loses her baby.

    There are, however, so many mothers who cannot overlook their chances.  Some women learn that their babies will not survive pregnancy.  Maybe they will miscarry quickly, or perhaps they may carry and give birth at full term but not take their angels home.  If you are one of these mothers, one who will not see her baby grow, my heart and love pour to you. Continue reading

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