Pregnancy After Loss

After 6 long years and 8 unexplained pregnancy losses, David and I conceived our rainbow miracle twins. It’s no secret for those of you who have experienced loss that pregnancy after loss can be a scary place.

If you are experiencing pregnancy after one or more losses, know that you aren’t alone. It is totally normal to feel excited. To feel terrified. To feel anxious. To feel depressed. To feel so connected to your baby. To feel reluctant to connect with your baby. To feel happy. To feel sad. It’s all completely normal.

I would love to connect with you personally and walk beside you as you navigate the complexity of emotions that comes with the territory of being pregnant after loss. I started Catalyst for Courage as a way to offer coaching, community, and camaraderie to other women going through the difficult journey of pregnancy after loss. I want to be here to hold your hand, encourage you, support you, pray for you, and remind you that you aren’t alone and that there is always hope. Click the button below to learn more and get access to the resources and community I wish I had when I was pregnant after loss. I look forward to connecting with you to learn more about how I can support you on your journey.

Below are the links to blog posts on this topic:

What’s Going In My Hospital Bag?

An Open Letter To My Babies

My Pregnancy Announcement After Recurrent Pregnancy Loss