Tag: miscarriage

Infertility Retrospective: Things I Learned and Wished I’d Known

You would not know it to see me now, struggling through the grocery store with two toddlers and two older children at 5 p.m....

On the Subject of Infertility: Are You ‘Fine’ or Fine?

I had our fifth and final miscarriage in December. We officially stopped pursuing treatments shortly after that because while I could have physically continued,...

Light in the Darkness of Infertility: First Coast DIY Walk of...

Infertility is a grief that can be overwhelmingly painful and isolating. While all around you friends and family are celebrating with baby showers and...

Where is the Care in Miscarriage?

Maybe it’s too soon to be writing this. Maybe I am still hormonal. Maybe I am alone in my thinking. But, I can’t help...

Miscarriage is Not a Four Letter Word

Finally getting that positive pregnancy test result can be absolutely thrilling. Even while you're still unwrapping the second stick to test again because this can't be...

Postpartum Without A Baby: My Story for Pregnancy and Infant Loss...

Today, October 15th, is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day, which includes, but is not limited to, honoring losses from miscarriage, stillbirth, SIDS, or...

My Family Journey: Coming Through Infertility

One Sunday three years ago I watched my husband carry pieces of my daughter’s crib to the end of our driveway for the trash...

Miscarriage: My Own Story

There's a club that many moms don't like to talk about. It's the miscarriage club. The sad and realistic statistic is that 25% of...