Today I will see a total eclipse. It is not the eclipse millions are counting down the hours to, though it is just as dramatic. It is not the eclipse that will span the heart of our country, though it will span the hearts of many. It is not the eclipse that will block out
Pregnancy Loss: Is it just a bump in the road of life? Or is it something more? Here's what I learned about pregnancy loss after experiencing it for the first time.
"You are brave," my friend said. I didn't believe her. But she told me again, "You are brave." It's been a whole week now. And as I sit in the waiting room at my OB's office (otherwise known as the 9th circle of hell), watching swollen pregnant bellies pass in
How quickly time passes. I blink. It's been an hour. A week. A month. A year. When you left, time should have stood still. It didn't. Forever is too far away. Don't get me wrong. I want forever with you. But I also want today. Today and tomorrow and tomorrow's tomorrow. But I only get
October 15 is Infant and Pregnancy Loss Awareness Day. Bereaved parents, or anyone who has been affected by infant and pregnancy loss, are encouraged to participate in the wave of light. At 7 pm your local time, light a candle in remembrance of your baby, and together, we'll create a wave of light around the