I'm the kind of girl that has a hard time letting go.As a kid, that meant my junk drawer was so full it was hard to shut. I couldn't throw any toy away, for fear of hurting its feelings. When I was older, I never wanted to let go of our cars. Yes, you heard me
You may remember reading my friend's post about her children lost to miscarriage and stillbirth. A while ago Melissa asked if she could share more of Abigail's story, her daughter who was stillborn at 36 weeks.Her story is beautiful and heartbreaking. I hope you'll take a few moments to read.Love,RachelMelissa's StorySaying goodbye to Abigail, stillborn at 36
This week I've been struggling with grieving my early pregnancy loss. I am going through the motions of grief -- the overwhelming sadness, difficulty concentrating, inability to feel happy over just about anything. I feel completely powerless to get OUT of grief. (And trust me, sometimes I want to!)But even as my body and mind
Tonight has been a little rough. I don't know why. It's just that the sadness I always feel a little is becoming overwhelming.Sometimes I forget I'm still grieving. I want so much to minister to others however I can. But then sometimes I just am so overwhelmed with sadness, I can't think about anything else.
Today I heard about another woman who lost has lost her child at 38 weeks. Tonight, as the rest of the world moves on -- as life pulses around us -- this woman is living out her most devastating hours. The day of her baby's birth will also be the day of her beloved daughter's death. Life