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Jude Wheller

Posted by Still Aware

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  I found out I was pregnant with our first child after returning from a beautiful holiday in Europe in 2022. I surprised my husband with the news on our 3-year wedding anniversary. My 'gift' to him was the positive pregnancy test wrapped up in a little box. We were over...

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Why bother?

Posted by Sarah Pridham

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  This might seem like another weird and unusual title for a blog, or even an unusual way to start a blog, but I read something the other day that really made me think about why I do the things I do (and why I have done them since the loss...

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730 Days

Posted by Sarah Pridham

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  I talk about him because I’m proud. I talk about him, because he deserves to be remembered. I talk about him, because even though he’s not physically here with me, he’s never far from my mind. I talk about him, because he’s part of me, a part that I could...

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Loneliest Day

Posted by Sarah Pridham

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Some may think the loneliest day of my life was the day that we lost Jasper, and in many ways it was. To be honest, I’m not sure that there was or is just one day that is the ‘loneliest day’ when you lose a child, but other than the...

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Stillbirth still beautiful

Posted by Zoe Lent

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What another bereaved mother wants you to know In our society, there are many negative connotations attached to the term ‘stillbirth’. Which I suppose is understandable. To lose a life which has barely begun is, after all, one of life’s most devastating, soul shattering tragedies. We know this. But while...

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