Monthly Archives: July 2015

Angel Breaths

What if  ‘lost angels’ were watching and protecting us? I recently came across a delightful book, ‘Angel Breaths’ by Sherrie Lowe an experienced author of now six novels and two memoirs.  Honestly, I found this book under the theme pregnancy loss and miscarriage, but it is far more fantastical than a reality story. Sherrie Lowe eloquently tells the story through the eyes of a ‘lost… Read more →

Advice to Myself

Now reaching my fourth year of trying to conceive and still no child to show for it. This has been an incredibly heart-breaking journey, one which I am starting to feel that we will never reach the destination we had hoped for. I look around and many of my friends and family now have toddlers, even school-age children, and I still wait… Read more →

Anna Writes – Guest Blog

Anna’s story is particularly frustrating, after experiencing recurrent miscarriages; her tests came back with a rare chromosomal deficiency as well as lupus.  Anna is a fellow writer releasing her first novel ‘Killing Hapless Annie’ in 2016.  She is also a mother of three boys. Thank you for sharing your story. When you first start trying for a baby, perhaps it… Read more →

Parent Memories – Guest Blog

I’m pleased to introduce a new blogger and tweeter @ParentMemories who is candidly opening up on her own experience with miscarriage as a way of expressing her feelings.  She is another courageous woman opening up and sharing her story to lift the lid on infertility. No, not ‘everything happens for a reason’ That’s what well-meaning people say when they don’t know… Read more →