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I Lost My First Baby At 21 Weeks And Then It...

Last month marked 23 years since I gave stillbirth to a teeny-tiny little girl, my Rebekah Leanne. While she is always in my heart,...

We Were Devastated When Our Daughter Became A SIDS Victim –...

It’s fair to say I was somewhat shocked when I learned I was pregnant with my third child. My relationship with Nick was...

I Cry And Smile For My Baby Boy Every Day –...

William and I had been best friends for years when we finally decided we wanted to settle down and be a family. It shocked...

We Suffered Infertility And Lost One Of Our Triplets But We...

The picture at the top of this story is our first official family photo. No needles, no monitors, no hospital gowns. In it, our...

I Lost One Of My Baby Boys But He Will Always...

To celebrate my 30th birthday in June 2017 my husband and I went to Rarotonga, one of the Cook Islands, for a much-needed break....

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