Finding The Steps That Moved Me Forward

For many bereaved parents, keeping our children’s memory alive is key to our survival. Sometimes that means talking about them and posting pictures. It can also mean launching a foundation and writing children’s books, which is exactly what Elizabeth did. Please help me welcome Elizabeth as she shares her turning point in grief. Sharing our loss experiences can have such … Read More

What Jackson Pollock Taught Me About Grief and Life

Sharing our loss experiences can have such a profound impact. You never know when the one seemingly small thing you have to share is exactly what someone else out there needs to hear.┬áHeal a Grieving Heart was born from this idea. It provides a platform for other grieving parents to share their stories, connect, and help others. Please help me … Read More

A Fever Is Not Just A Fever When You Lose A Child

Caring for sick kids is par for the course when you’re a parent. Until you’ve lost a child. Where calm and logic once prevailed, crazy creeps in. I’m never sure people understand when I say I am different. Reactions, thoughts, perceptions all shift. Like how we handle sick kids. A fever is not just a fever. It’s the beginning of … Read More

Baking Blueberry Pie For Grief

When I began sharing our story of child loss, I had a dream. A vision that one day I would help other grieving parents share their stories. That I would help provide a platform, and this blog would become more than just my voice. Please help me welcome Amy from Aloe & Moss. Blueberries. Half wild for my adventurous and … Read More

In Child Loss Every Step Counts

Child Loss Blog

When I began sharing our story of child loss, I had a dream. A vision that one day I would help other grieving parents share their stories. That I would help provide a platform, and this blog would become more than just my voice. It is only fitting that my first guest post be featured on October 15th, the day … Read More