Tag Archives: miscarriage

This Is Some of Us

This Is Some of Us

GeekMom Melody on shariing loss, struggle joy and reality as art imitates life on television. Read More


What Is And What Might Have Been

I am very lucky. I have a smart, beautiful, hilarious child, and I am enjoying every minute that I get to spend with her. But life hasn’t always been so easy and full to the brim with joy. Before there was Vivienne, there were others who I never got the chance to meet, and a… Read More

What Not to Say

For those of us who have miscarried, we have all had to go through our own grieving processes. Usually part of that grieving process requires us to untell all of the people that we excitedly shared our pregnancy news with early on. Since pregnancy loss is such a taboo subject, most people don’t know how… Read More

Losing an Unborn Baby, Losing Confidence

When I got pregnant the first time, I was thrilled. The pregnancy was planned, anticipated, and desired. As soon as we found out, I immediately told everyone around me. Two weeks later when I started getting “morning” sickness, everyone around me knew that, too. I planned and planned, and I followed the baby’s development in… Read More

The Voice Of Inexperience

I don’t know how you feel. I can’t begin to imagine what you are going through. One of my colleagues lost her 18 year old son to an accident involving a faulty truck bed, I used to feel bad for her, and I thought I got it. Until I had my son. Upon returning to… Read More