Category Archives: Grief

Wild Flowers and Maternity Clothes

Three years after my son’s stillbirth, I gave away my maternity clothes. Why it took so long. Continue reading

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Not Too Late

What can happen when we realize that it’s not too late to pursue healing. Continue reading

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Two Years

Remembering my mother two years after her death. Continue reading

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Defeating Selfishness in Grief by Being Selfish

We can never be perfect in our grief. But perfection isn’t how we navigate grief. Continue reading

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Remembering Without Memories

How do you remember pregnancy and infant loss when there was no time to make memories? A post for Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Continue reading

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We Are Poetry

You may be told to hide your emotions, but you are poetry. Continue reading

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The Boy Who Was Carried

Remembering our son on what would have been his first birthday. Continue reading

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