October 15th Wave of Light

Today, October 15th,  we remember all those babies lost too soon. 7pm, wherever you are, please light a candle.   In honor of October 15th, both books, Sunshine After the Storm: A Survival Guide for the Grieving Mother, AND Grieving Parents: Surviving Loss as a...
#CaptureYourGrief

#CaptureYourGrief

Each October, in honor of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, Carly Marie sponsors a 30 day photography challenge called “Capture Your Grief.” To find out more about the Full Project Details  visit Project Heal.  Here are some of mine from this...
Surviving Loss as a Couple

Surviving Loss as a Couple

I had the distinct pleasure of being a part of the creation of the new book by Nathalie Himmelrich: Grieving Parents: Surviving Loss as a Couple. I am really pleased to say, we successfully launched the Kindle version of the book yesterday! The print version should be...
Sometimes the best medicine is space

Sometimes the best medicine is space

It’s been a few weeks since I posted. Sometimes, life gets too overwhelming. I’ve been trying to live more in the moment, and be more present with my children… less focused on death and sadness. And I have found that sometimes, the best healing...
Dying from a broken heart

Dying from a broken heart

Dying from a broken heart… heartbreak can literally break your heart. “Jelly Bean, I’m going to spend the afternoon and evening with my friend EV.” “Your friend who’s mommy died last year?” “Yes. This week her daddy died...
A Father’s Grief

A Father’s Grief

One of our lovely contributors, Kelly DeBie, shared this post. The interesting part about it is that many people assumed she wrote it about a female friend. But it was written about a man. A Father’s grief. It’s really amazing how differently we seem to...
The Dreaded Year of “Firsts”

The Dreaded Year of “Firsts”

June 12th came and went this year, and it wasn’t until a few days afterwards that I realized I hadn’t taken pause on the 2.5 year anniversary of my daughter’s death. And then I realized it has been almost two months since I visited her grave. An...
More than a Movie {Return to Zero}

More than a Movie {Return to Zero}

If you open your heart to it, it automatically grows into something bigger I clicked on the “Return to Zero: Local Leaders” page on Facebook to see if there was any new news or information, and I found the most lovely post. Rebecca is a German blogger, who...
Grieving Parents – Surviving Loss as a Couple

Grieving Parents – Surviving Loss as a Couple

A few months ago I was connected to Nathalie Himmelrich. I’m not sure how we came across each other, but somehow I found her blog, Living Without My Twin Sister. She has a similar story. Identical twin girls, almost the same age as mine; one of her’s also...