Miscarriage, Pregnancy

What’s In A Name?: Why We Named Our Miscarried Baby

One of the first things hubby and I decided to do after we lost our little one was to give him/her a name. I'm not going to lie, it felt weird at first...naming someone who never lived a day on this Earth. Nobody ever said this but I feel to most other people who knew… Continue reading What’s In A Name?: Why We Named Our Miscarried Baby

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5 Ways You Can Help Someone Who Has Had A Miscarriage

  When someone you love tells you they've had a miscarriage, it can be very hard to figure out what to do for that person. I know firsthand there are things that family and friends did for me that helped me tremendously! Here are a few suggestions!  1. Send a card  ...or a text, email,… Continue reading 5 Ways You Can Help Someone Who Has Had A Miscarriage

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Men Hurt Too

Can I be honest with y'all? I mean brutally honest? When we first miscarried, I felt like I had more "reason" to grieve than my husband did. I mean, I was the one who carried the child, I had the physical connection, I was the one being poked and prodded at every doctor visit and… Continue reading Men Hurt Too

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The Day My World Came Crashing Down: A Miscarriage Story

So I've already shared the story about finding out I was pregnant. That day was crazy! Despite being completely freaked out...it was a special, surreal moment and a happy memory that I will cherish in my heart forever; you can find that blog here. When we got pregnant, we just expected a healthy baby to… Continue reading The Day My World Came Crashing Down: A Miscarriage Story

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11 Things You Should Never Say To Someone Who Is Grieving After A Miscarriage

For some, the pain of miscarriage runs deep; I know it does for my husband and I. And for the most part, everyone has been very supportive of our loss. Our family and friends, who were undoubtedly trying to cope with the loss themselves as well, loved on us and prayed for us and supported us -… Continue reading 11 Things You Should Never Say To Someone Who Is Grieving After A Miscarriage