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Tag: pregnancy loss

Parenting After Loss As a Rainbow Baby

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In May of 1980, my parents got married. They recently celebrated 39 years of marriage. Like all couples, they had plenty of ups and...

Welcoming Myself Into The Sacred Circle of Womanhood

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A girl grows up dreaming of meeting the perfect partner, getting married, having children. At least in the 1970s when I was born, that...

1 in 4 is Just a Statistic Until You’re the One

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One in four is just a statistic until you’re the one. I never dealt with my miscarriage until many years later. I was trying for...

Tears for My Tribe

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Moving beyond statistics when experiencing loss through miscarriage & infertility. We all hear about the amazing comforts of having a tribe of women: a group...

Missed Miscarriage: The Story of My Blindside

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“A miscarriage is a natural and common event. All told, probably more women have lost a child from this world than haven’t. Most don’t...

What My Miscarriage Took From Me

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A little more than 5 years ago, my now husband and I gave birth to a beautiful baby boy. We hadn't been together all...

Finding the Rainbow: Delivering Twins After Loss

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This post is part of a sponsored relationship with TriHealth. We are thankful for their partnership in helping us share a variety of childbirth...

My Struggle with Infertility

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This picture, man. The movie Up makes me cry every time! Especially the first 20 minutes of the movie where they go from kids to married to...

You Would Be Five

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When we decided we were ready for a baby, I never considered the challenges. Of course I knew they existed, but those close to...

The Baby That Never Came Home

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I was nursing, and I had a 9-month-old, and I was on the pill. So you can understand why two weeks of nausea seemed...