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A Distinguished Caregiver

A distinguished caregiver offering the gift of oneself to make a difference. His Story The Labor and Delivery nurse attended my wife when she delivered our daughter, Maria. Maria was stillborn at 30 weeks. Our nurse did not leave my wife’s side all night. Though Maria was the first stillborn

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Is This Your First?

By Maria Paredes, PhD, LPCS   Brave Momma,   The one in prenatal yoga tonight with a 12 week flat belly. Your first time coming. I see you.   I started going to the classes around the same time during my 3rd and 4th pregnancies. 11 or 12 weeks pregnant.

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Sharing Caroline

By: Julia Henry After months of discussion and consideration, we made a parenting non-decision. We would spend December 12 as we have for the last 8 years, and if it seemed to make sense to share our story with the girls for the first time during that day, then we

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Our Rainbow Story

By: Andrea Kintz My husband and I are on a timely trend of life events. We had our first date. Nine months later, we got engaged. Nine months later, we got married. Nine months later, we got pregnant. Nine months later, we lost our first child. Nine months later, we

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365 Days Post Exhalation

By: Nora Lafata Three weeks ago I Googled “Rainbow Birthday Party.” Streamers. Polka dots. Lollipops. Cakes and cupcakes and salsa and food coloring, and lots and lots of chevron. I realize none of that is what’s important. Still as we sang to him, I couldn’t help but notice the reds

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Life Goes On… Or Does It?

By: Pamela Larocque Once the funeral was over, I continued on autopilot. I had been sleeping well, which was a saving grace in itself. I was quite tired, but I believed my body was trying to adjust to everything. My hormones were trying to balance out since I was no

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