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It Truly Takes a Village

It Truly Takes a Village of Love and Support I am often reminded that every pregnancy loss and infant death is unique. Each baby has his or her own identity based on our individuality, our histories, our hopes and dreams, … Continue reading

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Saying good-bye to the month of May

Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States, created for remembering the men and women who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. But recent tradition has grown to also make this a holiday for remembering all … Continue reading

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Thinking about Mother’s Day

A friend recently told me that she does not celebrate holidays. She had suffered much loss over the previous two years and felt that she no longer had any energy left for anything other than the most necessary aspects of … Continue reading

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A Bereaved Mother’s Love, Support and Remembrance

All of us as bereaved parents, hope to find ways to commemorate and remember our babies who have died. For some parents, this means telling our stories to family and friends, donating money to supportive causes, writing books, or doing … Continue reading

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Solace in Seeking

Solace in Seeking February can feel like the bleakest part of winter, yet it can also sometimes feel like spring is right around the corner. This time of year provides an opportunity to look back and exhale slowly, contemplating where … Continue reading

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Finding Hope in the New Year

The New Year is upon us and with it comes a reminder that we have made it through the previous year. For families who have experienced an infant death or pregnancy loss in 2015, it is with mixed emotions that … Continue reading

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December – a season of Hope

Rainbow support group members take time in December to share stories of hope and healing and to talk about new or adapted traditions that have grown from our experiences with loss. These photographs represent our love for our children. Some of us create … Continue reading

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