Last year I started the #HonorAllMoms movement with the intent of showing love to bereaved mother’s and women who experience infertility. The outpouring of love was huge.  So many individuals and places of worship placed candles and flower arrangements in honor of mothers who mourn the loss of a baby or child. One sweet lady even incorporated a special message to women who’ve experienced loss into her church Mother’s Day tribute video.  The video included children of the church telling… Read more »

Tonya brought boxes and boxes of Chinese food, Leighann brought a dozen hot, still-gooey, straight out of the oven cookies, Amber brought the most delectable chocolate cupcakes I have ever eaten (& offered me her uterus), Chrissi brought a beautiful flower for me to plant and Mary sent me the most heartfelt letter via email because she was hundreds of miles away. I didn’t want them in my house. I thought I wanted to be alone. But like good girlfriends… Read more »

Although I’ve never experienced an ectopic pregnancy I’ve had two losses due to miscarriage.  I advocate for women in the loss community. Over the years I’ve learned of the particular tender turmoil that surrounds ectopic pregnancy loss.  I want you to know five truths.   1).  You Are Supported Darling, you are not alone.  1 in 50 pregnancies in the United States is ectopic.  Don’t be afraid to search for support and community. Educate yourself.  These reputable organizations provide information… Read more »