Reflection, advice, and honoring her baby.
Those Who've Been There
Jessica’s Story, Part 7: Look For Ways of Remembering a Lost Baby and Validating Your Experience
Delivery Day: Important Interactions between doctor and patient
Jessica’s Story, Part 6: When One Twin is Critically Ill, Moms May Experience Unique Pregnancy Trauma
Unique experience of carrying twins, one with life-limiting condition.
Jessica’s Story, Part 5: Informed Consent and Feeling at Peace Requires Holistic Perspective
The pain of an ill-informed choice.
Jessica’s Story, Part 4: Ask for More Time and Support
Learning a diagnosis and searching for connection.
Jessica’s Story, Part 3: Ask for More Time and Support
Having agency and the importance of the patient/doctor relationship
Jessica’s Story, Part 2: Consider the Support You May Need on Your Unique Pregnancy Journey
Doctor appointments offer pregnancy information — but sometimes the news can be devastating.
Jessica’s Story, Part 1: Early Pregnancy Termination In a Twin Pregnancy — and What I Wish I Had Known
The importance of communication between doctor and patient.
Our Blessing, Our Grace (VIDEO)
Stephanie and Andy share what carrying their daughter, Grace, to term taught them about life, love, and being parents.
Andy’s Advice for Fathers (VIDEO)
How do you make the most of your time with your little one while caring for your wife and self? Andy shares how he learned to live in each moment.
Four Years After My Losses: A Personal Message from Sarah Garvey
The deaths of babies are never natural, and their lives have value because they existed. They are worthy of a lifetime of love- in all the many forms that may take.
A Father’s Insight: Will Garvey
I think it holds true for dads that it doesn’t become as real for us until we are holding our babies. At least, that is how it was for me. So, my advice to other fathers on delivery day is to be present and hold onto those moments that you get.