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Miscarriage: Ramblings of the Grieving

Today I am on my way to the Outer Banks in North Carolina. My husband and I decided to make a very last minute mini-vacation, so that we could spend some time together as a family during this period of grief. Ever since I learned that our baby died, all I have wanted to do […]

Dealing with Miscarriage Part II: Grief

    Blessed are they who mourn; for they will be comforted. Matthew 5:5 Grief is one of the most difficult aspects of life.  We are guaranteed that it will come our way.  Most of the time it blindsides us.  Grief in miscarriage can be lonely, deeply painful, infuriating, and cathartic all in the same […]

The Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary for Miscarriage

I started praying the Rosary this evening and started feeling a pressing of the Holy Spirit to share some thoughts on each of the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary for families who experience the pain of miscarriage. The First Sorrowful Mystery-The Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane One of the hardest parts of miscarriage is […]

Dealing with Miscarriage Part I: The Physical Experience

Today was my final blood draw that was the end of a month of bloodwork to figure out why I keep having miscarriages, post-partum depression/anxiety, and severe PMS.  It was the miscarriages that really led to me finding, or rather she found me, a doctor who was interested in figuring out if I have a […]