When Skies Are Gray: My Struggle With Antenatal Depression

It’s taken 34 hours to dilate 7 cm. Light-headed and sleep-deprived, I lie in a nearly catatonic state in the hospital bed. My body feels like it is being tied into a knot; my torso twisting counter-clockwise over and over, getting tighter by the minute. My husband squeezes my hand and leans toward me…

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A Rainbow After The Storm

…on October 27, 2012, the unimaginable happened to my family. During an afternoon nap, our sweet baby passed away suddenly and unexpectedly. There was no disease to fight. No diagnosis to push for a cure. No chance to say goodbye.

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My Angel Baby

The next day was when it all hit me like a ton of bricks….my beautiful baby girl was dead. She was perfect, though. She was absolutely perfect from her fuzzy little head to her teeny tiny toes. She looked like a tiny, sleeping doll.

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