Baby Loss and International Women’s Day 2017

Today is International Women's Day - a day to celebrate the women's rights movements, and the position that women hold today in society as a result, but also campaign for change and progress. This year's theme centres around women in the world of work with the moto of #BeBoldForChange. Whilst I've always been aware as a … Continue reading Baby Loss and International Women’s Day 2017

Tommy’s Awards : Mum’s Voice, a celebration of a year of Leo

The charity, Tommys, means so much to us. In the darkest days, we discovered them and their desire to fight baby loss and they gave us so much hope. Hope for a future after stillbirth, for the potential of bringing home a breathing baby, for surviving. I can't really put into words exactly what Tommy's … Continue reading Tommy’s Awards : Mum’s Voice, a celebration of a year of Leo

Still Loved : Trying to Break a Taboo through Film

Last night we travelled home to see Still Loved at the cinema. If you haven't heard much about this film, it's a documentary on how a group of families have coped with life after stillbirth, and the various issues that interweave such a loss. It's been crowdfunded and a passion project of the director for … Continue reading Still Loved : Trying to Break a Taboo through Film

The Baby Loss Debate : Talk About it We Must 

Today, the House of Commons hosted the Baby Loss Debate, that was introduced by Antionette Sandbach and Will Quince, co-chairs of the All-Party Parliamentry Group for Baby Loss. It has been welcomed and highly anticipated by the baby loss community. The first debate of this kind on this levels is aptly timed for Baby Loss … Continue reading The Baby Loss Debate : Talk About it We Must