The fact is 1 in 4 of all pregnancies will result in Miscarriage. Mamas…that means if you and three of your girlfriends has lunch it is likely that at least one of you sitting at that table has had at least 1 miscarriage.
I want this blog to be a space where we, myself and all of you beautiful and wonderful readers, can talk about it all. We can talk about our joys and our sorrows, the good, the bad, and the flat out ridiculous.
For me motherhood began when I conceived my children and has continued every day since I lost my children. It is important for us to remember and tell the world that yes, we are still mothers!! We carried our children in the womb for as long as we could, and we continue to carry them in our hearts every second of every day.
Every day I hear the disorder talking. Every day I have to tell it to shut up. Every day I’m taking a baby step towards a healthier relationship with my body, mind, and self.
When you’re a Miscarriage Mama there are lots of them, especially when you are a multiple miscarriage mama. The anniversary of your due date, the anniversary of your miscarriage, Mother’s Day, and every child centered holiday you can think of. All markers of time. All markers of time without your child.
How to handle when you get asked if you have any children after you’ve had a miscarriage.
It’s my two month “blogaverserie”!!!! I know I’m still finding my way, and I’m still super new at this, but I’m so thrilled that I took the leap and just did it. Over the course of the past two months I’ve shared some of my story with you, I’ve allowed myself to get real, raw,…