Finding Hope and Healing (With or Without a Rainbow) For this post, we will share our experiences with longing for another baby to fill our empty arms. Some experienced a subsequent pregnancy after loss. Some may be fearful of embarking on that journey again. Some may not be able to have another child, whether due
~ Mirror, Mirror ~ The Comparison Trap Mothers often fall into the trap of comparing ourselves to one another. This is a trap many women fall into. We compare our families, mothering styles, fashion sense, careers or lack thereof, bodies, etc. Even mothers with babies in heaven compare the way we grieve our children. I
January 28, 2013 ~ Overcoming Guilt and Embracing Joy One area so many mothers struggle with is guilt, especially those who experience the loss of a baby/child. We want to address this struggle in this post. It will help mothers quietly battling guilt for living life and experiencing joy to know they are not alone.
Steps Back into Life Share about your first steps back into life. What helped you survive in the world outside as you took those first tender steps? Are there still tender areas for you today, living in a world that doesn’t embrace or understand the loss of a baby/child? How do you cope with those
Clinging in the Pit If you are not new to loss, talk a bit about early grief. What was it like, clinging for hope in the pits of despair? What did you cling to for hope? How did you survive the early days? What helped? What do you wish you could share with someone new
I have decided to join in a blog hop called Walking With You, hosted by Sufficient Grace Ministries. It’s as much for me as it is for you. I hope we both get something out of it. Introduction and Where are You Now? Tell us a little about yourself, your baby, and how you’ve