Tag Archives: miscarriage

The Detour

3 years ago tomorrow,  I suddenly stopped being 17 weeks pregnant  with my first baby.  It altered my entire life and changed my outlooks on nearly everything. Yes, there was pain, and there were tears, and complete abd utter anguish … Continue reading

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A Remembered Day

My morning started, early,  with sleepy cuddles in bed, my sweet Pepper curled below my chin as I grasped for just a few more minutes of sleep. Her deep breaths synced with mine, and, gently, she curled her fingers around … Continue reading

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Beat by Beat

I. Love. Halloween. Always have. I love horror movies (yeah,  I’ve got a blog for that, too). I love dressing up. As a kid, I was drawn to Goosebumps and Fear Street novels, thriving on the gloom and doom, savoring … Continue reading

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Two Years

A Summer, Gone A summer, gone, with stormy skies weighed on my shoulders, weighs on my mind two years passed since I felt a heart beat below mine, a running start a tiny life that ceased to grow, that stopped, … Continue reading

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The Most Wonderful Shit Show

Today is mother’s day. Peps woke me up at six, crying. By the time I was awake enough to deal with it, she had fallen bavk to sleep. She slept until nearly nine, and though my sleep in plans were … Continue reading

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Comfort Food for a Frosty Spring

This week in my kid’s belly: -homemade tomato soup -homemade cheddar crackers -‘green grilled cheese’ I’ve been a blatant fan of Izy Hossack’s lovely blog and cookbook Top With Cinnamon. It’s from her fabulous book that I tracked down my … Continue reading

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The Strongest Tether

Lately, I’ve been in a conversation with a friend who lost a baby a few years ago, mid pregnancy, due to unforeseen complications. I offered my condolences and my own story of losing a baby due to a missed miscarriage … Continue reading

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