Death challenged many "facts" i thought i knew, and rocked me to my core. In the rubble left i have been carefully and painstakingly reconstructing something of worth from the pieces. i want, i need my daughter's name to matter. i need the world to change in some way because of her.
I encourage all childbearing women to read this. I hope all homebirthers take this to heart.
Liz P, you are such a strong woman and I am honored to be your friend. I love you!!
Sunday, February 20, 2011
Homebirth reform- in the words of a loss mom
On June 4th 2008 I began laboring. I had already been having contractions for 6 days! Two weeks prior I had begun losing my plug, my body wa...
When my daughter passed away, I knew that I wouldn't watch her grow up. What this ended up looking like, predominantly, was emptiness. ...
Tonight, I had this go down on Facebook: So, my baby and what happened to her doesn't matter. She has had two peaceful bir...