#TheStoryOfLogan

Capture Your Grief

Over the last 2 years I’ve known October as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month. This year the milestone of this month came in like a quiet lamb and was fitting for the sunrise today. The benefit of having kids who decide to both wake up early is that you get to open the blinds…

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The Difference of a Year

What a difference 1 year in your life can make. I was thinking back to last year, remembering the depths of the valley. It was approaching the first anniversary of Logan’s birth and death. A milestone where I should be arranging cute Pinterest worthy party and photos of him smashing a cake. Instead I was…

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Stepping Into The Great Unknown

The power of scent for memory recall has continued to amaze me. I have learned so much more from this and am taking steps to no longer sit aside as uneducated to what I am placing on and in my body. I am doing more of my own research and finding more sources. I know I am not alone, I am the 1 in 4 (miscarriage) and 1 in 160 (stillbirth) who have known infant loss.

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Rush of October

October always hits hard. It’s a month for me that is a rush of doing all the fall activities and plan a birthday party right in the middle. Then when I start to catch my breath I’m hit with the social media posts reminding me it’s Infant Loss Awareness time of year. . My feed…

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Witness to Hope

Today I’m so thankful for this little head that let’s me give it both kisses and tears. To soak up all of that new baby smell and feel the healing and heartbreak of holding her. . I remember imagining when I was pregnant with Logan what my maternity leave would look like. I imagined snuggling…

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The Teacher Who I Don’t Know

There’s never a great time of year for grief. Back to school is one I hadn’t anticipated as hard as the Birthday child who never got to blow out his candles or the Christmas presents we wouldn’t be buying. It’s hard because it’s filled with complicated forms like list all of your child’s siblings and…

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