A Trip To Heal

By: Jenn Stachula I have always loved a good road trip, and a good story. And in the spring of 2017, our little family was in desperate need of both. In just a handful of months, we had experienced the greatest of joy with the news of a new baby in our family and endured…

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Walking to Remember

By: Kendra Goldman I first heard about the Share Walk on October 12th, 2016 while visiting the website. This was 2 days before I was scheduled for a D&C for my second miscarriage. The day of my D&C, I wanted to talk with my doctor to see if the walk would be something I’d be…

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The Calm In Our Storm

By: Sabrina Ivy Across the crowded hospital room, I caught a glimpse of my broken husband. He wasn’t just comforting our daughter, it was a rare moment that he allowed his grief to show. Whenever something broke, Emma would climb into daddy’s arms and say “Daddy, fix it.” Daddy couldn’t fix her broken heart this…

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The Internal Battle of Parenting After Loss

By: Sabrina Ivy Parenting is hard. Parenting after loss takes it to a whole other level. From the moment we find out we are pregnant, we immediately begin to imagine our family with our new bundle of joy. Our sole purpose becomes ensuring we are doing everything we can to bring our babies into this…

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Remembering Hope: Sibling’s Grief

By: Robyn Busekrus Sibling grief is different than a parent’s grief.  The child we lost was meant to be their buddy. The one who was going to be swinging with them, exploring our creek in the yard, and playing chase together.  As a parent, we grieve the loss of another child that we were adding…

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Ten Years Later: Reflections, Memories and Hope

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 included our babies’ names to…

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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 would. If not, then we…

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Share Walk for Remembrance of Hope 2016

The Share walk has come a long way since the very first one in 2002. That year, it was held on the grounds of the Gateway Arch with nearly 300 people in attendance and was called the Share Walk to Remember. This year, the Walk for Remembrance & Hope in St. Charles, Missouri on October…

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Traveling With Memories

By: Meredith Byers, former Share Board Member Summer is beginning, and many families are making vacation plans – either to travel somewhere by car or plane, or to enjoy a “staycation” and take in a local activity. Our family’s summer plans include travel in Missouri as well as Texas, and like many Share families, but…

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Life After Death

This entry was written and submitted by Ginny Limer. Poets like Thereau, authors like Stephenie Meyers, and artists like Van Gogh once filled my world with inspiration, color, and entertainment, until the death of our child turned that world upside down. I saw no color. Neither heard nor read words that could fill the emptiness in…

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