Stillbirth: 7 Things I Wish I Knew in the Beginning

I wish there was a guidebook for surviving the first few days, weeks and months after you have your stillborn. It wouldn't take the pain away, but it sure would help us navigate our way through a lonely, unknown path. If there was, it would look a little something like this...

My Armor; Strength in Standing Alone After Stillbirth

There is no better teacher of our strength than standing on our own, owning our story as worthy of the pain we feel without expectations of validation. Sometimes we learn this no matter how desperately we resist.

You’re Allowed; A Needed Reminder to All My Brothers & Sisters in Loss

A poem dedicated to those new to stillbirth or not so new and needing an important reminder.

In Everything

A heartfelt poem dedicated my son, all babies gone too soon and the parents that long to see them in everything.

Dear Mac; A Letter to My Stillborn Son: THIS YEAR IS HARD

An open letter to my son, Mac, on how life has a way of helping you out if you let it.

9 Ways Exercise Helps With Grief

Exercise (no matter the type) is beneficial for our health; we know this. But... do you know how it can be especially beneficial to those of us grieving? This is what you need to know.

His Brother Was Stillborn; I Don’t Have to Remind Him…

I've heard I shouldn't remind my living children about their stillborn brother. What they don't realize is, I don't. To those that offer up your unsolicited and unexperienced words so freely, may this give you another perspective.

1 Question Stillbirth Makes Me Ask

What a dramatic question. Sounds as if it should immediately follow a horrific accident. Have you ever had to ask this question? My guess is no.