By: Robyn Busekrus The season of Fall has quickly transformed the trees.  The hues of red, orange and yellow are bountiful in color.  Seasons of change are difficult for those of us who have experienced pregnancy loss.  There is beauty in the seasons changing, yet an ache as we wish our children were here. This…

Read More

By: Kayla Leibner In all walks of life, it’s important to be able to tell your story.  The elements of our story help shape us into the people we become.  We get to influence some of the plot and choose some of the characters in our life, but other times we can’t control what or…

Read More

By: Robyn Busekrus Sometimes friends and family don’t have the words to bring comfort.  When I think of grief, I think of sadness and pain. We all like to share the highlights in our lives.  Social media shows the highlight reel of our experiences. Those experiences are important to share. However, life isn’t sunshine and…

Read More

By: Crissy Goodpaster “Another thing that really helps me and Chris is making sure to have Grace in our everyday life. We do this in many ways. One of the most important things we do is the Share Walk for Remembrance and Hope hosted by Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support. The October after we…

Read More

By: Sheri Little Evans Little One, I guess this is “goodbye.” You were more than a dream…more than a prayerful hope, you were reality for us. We had many dreams for you…for us as a family.  I doubt we’ll even see you to really say “goodbye.”  So, let this special poem go with you on…

Read More

By: Codi N. October 15th is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day but unless you are a part of this community you may never know this day exists; I know I didn’t before I lost my son last year. We live in a world where pregnancy and infants are idolized but once the unthinkable happens…

Read More

By: Justine Froelker I get one at least once a week. A message that reads something like:  “I know I have a story that can help people, but… How did you do it? You’re so brave.” I am not braver than you. My story isn’t easier or harder than yours. I am not more talented…

Read More

By: Shannon Duke Why would you want to remember, Remember all the pain?  Are you sure you want to remember the heartache That took your dreams away? Do you really want to relive such a difficult season in life? For in that moment, time surely stopped and the world wasn’t right. But, you know that…

Read More

By: Robyn Busekrus It is difficult for me to look forward to October.  At one time, fall was my favorite season. The cooler weather, hoodies, cozy blankets, bonfires and pumpkins were some of aspects of fall I loved.  Now, October is bittersweet. I still have some enjoyment of the fall season, but it is hard…

Read More