Dealing with Loss

Thoughts that Keep Me Up at Night

  • So many hugs to you!  So much of what you wrote is some of the exact feelings and I thought after losing my sweet girl.  It's been 12 years since we said goodbye to our girl and not a day goes by I dont think of her.  Yes!  You are stronger than you think.  And you are not alone in this journey!  

    Hug and Love,


  • Hugs to you. So  sorry for your loss. These are the same exact feelings I feel after loosing my daughter almost 1 year ago.

  • To Baby Shaniya,

    Thank you for your sweet words.  I feel like most parents go through these emotions and feelings and just aren't sure how to put them into words.  My hope is to help make a voice for them.

  • To TrinitysMommy,

    I am so sorry to hear about your angel girl.  It is a difficult journey to be on.  The hardest part is that it is something that you never truly feel like you get closure on.  It's not something you can just "move on" from.

    Much Love,


  • Thank you for your beautiful words, . Yes, you are stronger than you think! And sharing these thoughts will help other parents and loved ones become stronger and know that they are not alone. One step at a time, one day at a time. Sending you and your family all the love in the world! <3

  • I feel exactly the same way...but my boy died the night of his first birthday in his crib

  • To LauraGordillo,

    #neveralone is something I have started adding to anything I share or write when it comes to our son.  I am hoping that through this journey that I am now on, that I can help someone else along theirs.  Much love!!

  • To Jayhec18

    I am so sorry to hear about your angel baby.  I know that our situations are different, but, if you ever need a listening ear, I am here.

  • Hello,

    Thinking of someone else who needs to see these very words on the screen is one of the main reason's that Share exists. I hope that the words of others bring you comfort, and please know that your words also help others to know their feelings are okay. Its definitely okay to NOT be okay. I don't think anyone who loses a baby is ever really "okay." Its just something we have to say to keep on going, keep it up for another moment, another hour, another day. Thank you for writing this.

    Love and Hugs


  • You are stronger than you realize. It takes strength to get up each day after a loss and out one foot in front of the other. It takes strength to decide to move forward. It takes strength to share your story.

    I became a loss mom 12 years ago to twin boys, and I still have days, especially as I get close to their angelversary, that I falter. That I cry. And that's OK. That is love.

    You are not alone. Hugs to you.