By: Tiffany Elder (originally published on Tiffany’s blog, Digging Deep) The 12-week rule. Every parent out there knows what the 12-week rule is. It means that you shouldn’t tell anyone that you’re pregnant within the first 12 weeks “in case something happens.” Because, if anything does happen, it will most likely
By: Vicki Kiefer, Share Accounting Manager Ten years ago, seven months after our second early pregnancy loss, my husband and I attended our first Share Walk for Remembrance and Hope. I don’t remember much of what was said at the memorial service, and that year we had not yet
By: Becca When it comes to pregnancy and infant loss, for the couple, the close family, even friends and colleagues, the emotion and pain can be felt like a tidal wave over the people involved, these people feel loss in different ways, and deal with it differently. It is hard
By: Natasha H. It was January 27 and I sat in the cold at my uncle’s burial. Since this was the first close family member of mine who had passed away, I wasn’t sure what to expect from myself and everyone else emotionally. What I realized over the course of
By: Marissa Steinhoff My world had stopped, completely shut off for 8 full weeks. I would sit in my house, avoiding the outside world and the looks of despair from others. My home was the place I felt most comfortable, most human. I knew that inside the walls of my
By: Sabrina Ivy Death invaded our lives in a way that has irrevocably changed us. We can never go back to who we were before. We are painfully aware of how different we are now. We know what death looks like on our child. We know what death smells like.
Remembering Your Baby For Mother’s Day Each year, Share hosts a Bracelet Night in remembrance of babies who are gone too soon & celebration of your motherhood. Mothers, sisters, grandmothers and friends are all invited to spend the evening creating a beautiful memento. This event, held around Mother’s Day, provides
Chapter Leaders reflect on their Share experiences and why they chose to start a Share Chapter. I came to know of Share when we were going through the loss of our first son. I had never heard of them before. They helped us through the loss of two babies, and