#SAYTHEIRNAMES: VOICES OF LOSS- THE COLLECTIVE (Part 3)

On the fifteenth day of October Parents of Loss join in a collective consciousness for “Wave Of Light” proceedings to remember each and every baby or child who grew their wings too soon. This day is often a cornerstone for remembering our babies as an Angel Parent and at 7pm tonight we light our candles,Continue reading “#SAYTHEIRNAMES: VOICES OF LOSS- THE COLLECTIVE (Part 3)”

Are Men forgotten about in loss?

When I lost Mylo I think the over riding emotion (if you can even call it that) was shock. My body went through the motion of giving birth to our child in our bathroom. I remember fuzzy parts of the experience (which probably protected me from a full fledged breakdown following the trauma), but IContinue reading “Are Men forgotten about in loss?”

#SayTheirNames: Voices of Loss- The Collective (Part 2).

I think we can all agree that one of the greatest injustices in the world is that a child is buried before their parents, grandparents. Excuse the bleak prelude for this post, but that is the stark reality for fifteen families a day in the UK (when will these numbers decrease?! There needs to beContinue reading “#SayTheirNames: Voices of Loss- The Collective (Part 2).”

#SayTheirNames: Voices of Loss- The Collective. (Part 1)

Bea is lightly humming in her sleep, as we meander back from our shopping trip to retrieve the imperative red pepper for tonight’s dinner! I feel blessed (if a little sweaty from my March of the Pram). The sun beats down on my face and I can feel my freckles triumphantly dancing their way toContinue reading “#SayTheirNames: Voices of Loss- The Collective. (Part 1)”

The Writing Vaults: Part I

I thought it may be interesting to post some historic blog work, that has not seen the light of day for nearly a year and a half. I wrote with such hope and about the struggle to conceive and the sheer happiness (laced in fear) of my first pregnancy. 29.05.2017 Sometimes it is hard toContinue reading “The Writing Vaults: Part I”