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November 04, 2020
But for others, like many women I am close with in my life, it is just a BIG reminder that another year has passed without having their own children.
Without the baby you lost that you wanted so much…
Without meeting a little human who is part of you…
Without being delivered breakfast in bed by happy faces with sticky fingers…
Without your husband thanking you for making him a dad…
Without that ‘complete’ feeling you get deep inside when you look at your growing family…
Feeling like this when you wake up on Mother’s Day can be heart breaking, and if you are anything like me when something is wrong, can make you feel like hiding from the world and pretending it isn’t happening. Surviving Mother’s Day through pregnancy loss can be a hard and isolating thing.
I have sat and held the hand of someone close to me while she was told her baby had no heartbeat. The pain is real, it is heartbreaking and it stays with you long after your babies life ends.
With statistics like up to 25% of pregnancies end in miscarriage & there are 6 stillborn babies everyday in Australia, it is important to show we care and show some understanding to these women on Mother’s Day. So in the spirit of helping another woman going through this and feeling like this, below I have listed some tips and ideas on how to survive Mother’s Day through pregnancy loss this year.
For those looking to add an at home memorial, here is the link to our beautiful Infant & Pregnancy Loss products
For anyone struggling this Mother’s Day, please reach out to the appropriate organisations for help.
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