Blog – Page 10 – Baby Loss Awareness Week

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  We have lost our four angels and I have felt so alone in this. But I want to normalise it and I hope it helps others. Our first two were lost at home through a natural miscarriage and it wasn't till much later I really...

  I remember finding out I was pregnant. My first time, the excitement was just so overwhelming, and I was really excited to share the news with my family. I had a great pregnancy. I remember times I would be in the bath. That was his favourite...

  I was 36 weeks pregnant with Sara when I went into labour. My previous labours had started at 36 weeks, so I wasn’t concerned. We arrived at the labour ward, met my midwife where she started to go through all the initial checks, blood pressure,...

  During lockdown, my husband and I received the joyful news that I was pregnant. We spent those early weeks at home together, working hard remotely but sharing hopeful and secret moments of planning. Several weeks into the pregnancy, I start spotting, and my GP sent me...

  Having experienced a MMC (missed miscarriage) the year before, finding out we were pregnant was an exciting yet worrying time. After our 13-weeks scan we relaxed and shared the news. However, at our 20-weeks scan, we discovered that our baby had Potters Syndrome. After numerous scans...

Broken Empty, numb, with a distraught mind, feeling like a piece of me has died inside. That gaping hole longing to be a mum, forever grieving Brandon, my first son. Whose life was cut short far too soon, now united with the angels, shining from the moon.   It’s been two months, yet I’m...

We understand that Mother's Day can be a difficult time for mums and anyone affected by the death of a baby.   We are here to support you.   Below is a list of resources from our Alliance organisations that are filled with support, stories, advice and general wellbeing...

Born Still Still remember the loss Still remember being left Still remember the fear Still remember the reality Still remember your birth Still remember the sadness Still remember the silence Still remember the feelings Still remember empty Still remember time stopping Still remember shock Still remember how lost Still remember the what if’s Still remember YOU Still Born! 3rd...

I realise it isn't your typical 'this is what happened to me' story. But I wrote this when I returned to work last year, following the death of my eldest twin Henry who was born at 24 weeks, and I would love to share it...