Today is the last day before we move into the month of October; the month that most people will recognize breast cancer and domestic violence. But I challenge you all to speak up and show support for pregnancy and infant loss. Whether you change your profile pic to pink and blue or light a candle for an angel that was gone too soon, just show support. I am not embarrassed or ashamed to say that I loss my baby. The fact remains that I am still a mother. I won't ever stop
Facebook has changed so much since I first joined. Now my time line is full of funny videos and other sorts of comedy. One day, I happened to be on Facebook and one of my Facebook friends shared a video of a little baby who had recently passed from SIDS. I clicked the video and watched the entire thing. I kept saying WOW this baby is gorgeous. I clicked on the page where the video was coming from and realized that this baby’s parent’s created a Foundation in her honor.
President Ronald Reagan said it best when parents lose a child, there isn't a word that describes them. But I can think of one word to describe every parent who has loss a child, STRONG! It really takes a strong individual to get up every day after losing a child. When your heart is broken but you still somehow find the strength to get up and help another grieving parent. I had the pleasure of interviewing Ms. Domonique Perkins from Greensboro Alabama. I started following
When I first loss my son, I was angry, depressed, and felt that family and friends didn't want anything to do with me. I always felt that I was there for everyone else but the one time I needed someone to be there for me they weren't. Don't get me wrong, I had quite a few people that were in my corner and I had to realize that, that’s all that mattered. I started searching on social networks for women who were just like me. In my heart, I felt that no one but them would u
To feel your flutters and kicks, I needed a little more time. To plan our future and life I prayed we would have. I needed a little more time... To tell you I loved you and that were my greatest gift ever. To read stories before bed time and le you listen o music....I needed a little more time. I wanted to kiss your cheeks and count your toes. I needed a little more time. To make you proud and help you take your first steps....I needed a little more time. Since I knew of you