Tag: women's health

Miscarriage Month

January is miscarriage month. It’s not a national recognition and no you can’t find it on Google. It’s just “miscarriage month” to me. I lost a baby in January. A daughter. A little girl. And that I can’t forget. January will never be anything to me but “miscarriage month.” It’s so odd how you can be in a place of sadness but in the … Read More Miscarriage Month

Miscarriage Month

January is miscarriage month. It’s not a national recognition and no you can’t find it on Google. It’s just “miscarriage month” to me. I lost a baby in January. A daughter. A little girl. And that I can’t forget. January will never be anything to me but “miscarriage month.” It’s so odd how you can be in a place of sadness but in the … Read More Miscarriage Month

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What You Should Know About The Holidays & Missing a Baby

The holidays are supposed to be a time for family gatherings, movies & chill, yummy food, bright lights, giving gifts, and all the good things that bring joy and cheer. For the ones who have lost a baby, it may be harder it appears to be for them to get through these few weeks during the holiday season. For the many in the undesirable … Read More What You Should Know About The Holidays & Missing a Baby

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Pregnant during the pandemic

I think it’s safe to say that everyone is aware of the worldwide pandemic that is the Coronavirus, or COVID-19. The media surrounding this virus has provoked fear, panic, and skepticism across our country. Schools are closed, events are cancelled, sports seasons are halted, and grocery stores have cut back their open hours. We have been encouraged to stay at home, refrain from going … Read More Pregnant during the pandemic

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The rainbow after the storm

March is Pregnancy After Loss Awareness Month! March is the perfect month for this because it represents fresh beginnings and brighter days. This month, we acknowledge and support women who have experienced pregnancy loss but are now trying to conceive or are pregnant with their rainbow baby. Pregnancy after miscarriage is harder than I imagined it would be. The last 7 months have been … Read More The rainbow after the storm