“A Person’s a Person No Matter How Small” Dr Seuss

So many times our grief is diminished by others who believe that, because we never rocked our babies to sleep at night, never sent them off to school or welcomed them back home, we miss them less than we would an older child who died. Remember, your child was a significant person to you, if not to another living soul. The loss of that child is reason to grieve. Jennifer Greer -mother of Jesse, Jamie, and Jacob SHARE Atlanta 1996


About nicole410

This is my story about the journey I am on after the stillborn death of my daughter. I am a teacher and live and work in the Atlanta area. On December 28, 2010 my entire live was turned upside down and sideways when my daughter Emily was born sleeping at 30 weeks and 6 days. I'm struggling and learning how to live without my precious baby girl. I have been diagnosed with Prothrombin Gene mutation, Factor 2 Mutation, a genetic blood clotting disorder.
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