While I’m speaking directly to mama’s who have lost their precious babies,
I work with anyone who has experienced loss or is in the midst of experiencing loss in their life.
I want you to know I see you and I love you. I am so sorry for your loss. I’ve lost three precious babies myself.
I am here to be a source of comfort, guidance and healing as you journey with grief. There is no right or wrong, good or bad, not enough or too much. Grief cannot be defined. It’s personal. It’s yours.
Together, we will honor it, you, and your baby.
In our culture, many don’t have the ability to speak of death, are uncomfortable with those grieving, and just don’t want to “go there”.
I will hold sacred space for you to feel your grief, offer support, and share resources that will comfort. We’ll talk about your experience, be with your emotions, and speak your child’s name out loud. Or we will do none of that. This is your grief journey. I see you. I hear you. I love you dear mama. You are not alone.
If you want someone to walk this road with, take my hand. I’m here for you, to remind you that you are not crazy, your grief reflects your deep love, the depth of grief won’t last forever, there is no right or wrong, feeling your way through this grief is deeply healing and honoring. Let’s honor this difficult time in your life.
You mama, deserve this time, attention, and love. Send me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let’s connect. The call is free.
Did you know…
I have a page full of resources and love here.
I am 1 in 80.
1 in 80 pregnancies with end in an ectopic pregnancy. I lost my first child at the age of 20 in 1991.
I am 1 in 4.
1 in 4 women will lose their baby to miscarriage. Baby EM was my third pregnancy and our third baby.
I am 1 in 160.
1 in 160 women will lose their baby to stillbirth. We lost our first son and second baby Calvin at 27 weeks. We had the chance to hold him in our arms and love our little guy.
2,000 babies are lost each year to SIDS.
These losses are our children and these children have grieving parents, siblings, aunties, uncles, and grandparents. I want to hear about your birth, your baby, your grief so I can remember your baby along side you and honor your mama and daddy heart and love.
In October 1988, President Ronald Reagan Proclaimed October as National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. “When a child loses his parent, they are called an orphan. When a spouse loses her or his partner, they are called a widow or widower. When parents lose their child, there isn’t a word to describe them. This month recognizes the loss so many parents experience across the United States and around the world. It is also meant to inform and provide resources for parents who have lost children due to miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, molar pregnancy, stillbirths, birth defects, SIDS, and other causes.”
How do you want to honor yourself and your baby?
There is much here to unpack.
Consider creating rituals and ceremony.
What do you want?
I will help you identify what you need.
(space, a hand to hold, to talk, to cry, to laugh, write, food)
Why do others say what they do?
Like I mentioned earlier, our society is uncomfortable with death.
And while some feel they are being helpful, what they say may feel hurtful.
Learn ways to let others know the best way to support you. We each grieve differently.