1. Communication You need to be able to talk about your baby to someone who will listen to you and support you. It is important to talk to your spouse or partner about your feelings. Please understand that you and your spouse/partner may be feeling and thinking very different things; that is normal. What is important is to […]

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Very few things are as painful or devastating as the loss of a child. There is no love like the love you feel for your child, so to lose that child is nothing short of a tragedy. Then what do you do for someone who has experienced such a loss? It seems like nothing you say or […]

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                                                                                             Remembering Noel Ann Smith           […]

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  The world may never notice if a rosebud doesn’t bloom or even pause to wonder if the petals fall too soon, but every life that ever forms or ever comes to be touches the world in some small way for all eternity. The little one we longed for was swiftly here and gone, but […]

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“I have emerged from the tunnel of grief into the light. Life is better. Not the same, but good and getting better all the time.” ~ Dr. Joyce Brothers  As you sit with your sorrow today, step out into the sunshine– at least for a few minutes. Let the warmth of the sun, of life, […]

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