October 15th

Sharing this beautiful story on still birth and pregnancy & infant loss awareness.

The Face of a Mother

My fiancé and I picked our wedding date in July of 2015. We both love the fall so we chose October 15, 2016. I loved the way the numbers sounded together (I’m a numbers and dates person) We found out we were pregnant with our first child on November 12, 2015. We were so excited to be having our first child, we had been trying for so long! We thought about our wedding and I as a mother (a very protective one) knew that I didn’t want to take away from her early months of life outside the womb to plan a wedding. I felt it wouldn’t be fair to her; I just wanted to focus on her. So we changed the wedding to October 7, 2017. We had our scheduled induction on June 29, 2016. When we arrived at the hospital, our world was shattered when we found out…

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Nikkie J.

Just a young lady from Detroit. I'm a Christ follower, wife to Marcus, med student, mommy to a fur baby and mommy to two babies born into heaven. It is my intent that through sharing my story, you are given the courage to share yours as well; whatever that story may be. For those out there who have experienced pregnancy loss or infertility, I hope that something you read here will provide as much healing, peace, and comfort for you as it did for me to write it. I want you to know that there is hope on the other side of this heartbreak. There is a rainbow after the rain! I love to connect with my readers so feel free to comment or contact me, let's talk! Happy reading and God Bless!

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