To be straight forward and honest today was a really good day. Mainly because we didn’t celebrate or reflect solely on Mother’s Day (due to Covid-19,) like we normally do, so it actually made it much more enjoyable day. I was sad I didn’t get to see my mom today, but I’ll Lord willing seeContinue reading “The “Rainbow” Baby”
Category Archives: Stillbirth
A chance to love. A chance to heal.
I have been so blessed lately. I really do feel blessed, now that I have finally gotten off of Facebook. Technically you could say I am “still on” but I never get on except to see if people have tried to contact me through my Photography/blog or jewelry pages. All three are still up andContinue reading “A chance to love. A chance to heal. “
Finding Joy (Part 2 of John Spencer’s birth story).
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. John Spencer, this is your voice, my awareness and tribute to you, my sweet precious boy! “Mama, loves you!” As we were headed to the hospital that Sunday afternoon, the contractions were coming now so very close together, it was hard to breathe correctly ’cause honestly neitherContinue reading “Finding Joy (Part 2 of John Spencer’s birth story).”
Finding Answers…Finding Joy! (Part 1)
So many things have happened since I was last on here. Wow. Has it really been a year since I started this blog? At least that’s what WordPress tells me. It doesn’t seem like that long. I apologize to those who were waiting for the next post, but I have been having so much writer’s block,Continue reading “Finding Answers…Finding Joy! (Part 1)”
To Ask or Not To Ask? (What to say or not to say to those who’ve been through a Stillbirth or Baby Loss)…
This in particular has been on my heart to share. There are so many hurting hearts out there who have lost sweet children. These are just from my own experience, that I want to share with you, that you might be a shinning light to someone who you may know personally who is hurting. WeContinue reading “To Ask or Not To Ask? (What to say or not to say to those who’ve been through a Stillbirth or Baby Loss)…”