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Miscarriage and Infant Loss

Triggers after Miscarriage

By | Real life, Miscarriage and Infant Loss | No Comments
As the title suggests, I want to talk about some of the triggers that can occur after a miscarriage. Sure, there are the obvious ones, such as pregnant friends or family. But there are also all the little unexpected things that pop up, too. All together, they can be exhausting. My hope with this blog is to let you know that someone cares and is thinking about you, but also to help us grow in our sensitivity towards those who are struggling with miscarriage. It is a difficult journey, and one that many of us live through silently. Read More

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Why you should share that you are pregnant before 12 weeks.

By | Uncategorized, Miscarriage and Infant Loss

There is this line that we draw at around the 12week mark when it is deemed ‘safe’ to share that you are pregnant. Perhaps because you have had an ultrasound now to confirm everything is well, or maybe just because the chances of pregnancy loss after 12 weeks are reduced.

Whatever the reason, most people tend to wait until that time to go public with their pregnancy. Myself included for most of my pregnancies. Read More

Support with Miscarriage

By | Miscarriage and Infant Loss
Resources for Families who have lost a baby through miscarriage

Remembering your Lost Baby:

As you may have heard me say many times, recognising that your baby had an impact on you and is not forgotten can be an important part of grief after miscarriage. This is one of the main reasons I have created the Forever Loved Wall. If you haven’t yet seen it, please take a moment to do so. We would be honoured to join with you in honouring the little life you lost. Read More