Coping

Happy 6th Heavenly Birthday, Molly Marie! Another year has come and gone since we last celebrated your life and honored your memory. Another year has passed that we didn’t get to have you here with us, in our home and through our travels, though we believe you are always with us in spirit. Six years. Kindergarten. […]

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For the past six years, on Molly’s Heavenly Birthday in April and at our perinatal bereavement support group’s Walk to Remember in October, our family has participated in beautiful and therapeutic balloon releases in honor and memory of Molly, Babies Benson and other babies who left this world too soon. In the early years all I knew […]

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We are a team of bereaved parents, grandparents, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins and other loved ones running/walking for hope and remembering our babies who left this world too soon through miscarriage, pregnancy loss, stillbirth and infant death. Many of us are members (current and past) of Advocate Christ Medical Center’s Perinatal Bereavement Support Group called […]

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It’s the third week of Lent and for the third time, this Lenten season, a small group of women from our parish gathered to share our faith and discuss the Gospel reading we will hear at church on Sunday. We have met every Tuesday evening at our home, around our dining room table. Over 20 other […]

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“It’s just like what happened on Lost,” he said. How had I not made that connection? It’s surreal in this day and age, with technology and resources we have available, that it is possible for a 777 plane, carrying 239 people on board, to just disappear. But that is the story being told in the […]

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The Sun is There

by Kathy on February 20, 2014 · 4 comments

in Coping, Faith, Hope, Life, Yoga

That’s what she told us as we centered ourselves on yoga mats at class this morning. Even when it’s cloudy, the sun is still there. Even when it’s raining. we know the sun is there, behind the clouds. Then she invited us to look inward and notice the flicker of light (however big or small) […]

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