September 26, 2018

My husband James and I had been married for about three months when we made the giddy decision to initiate part three of “first comes love, then comes marriage,…” I had every expectation that I would become pregnant easily and deliver, within a year, the precious bundl...

September 18, 2018



 

On July 1, 2011 I joined the club that nobody wants to join, and lost my first pregnancy.

On March 6, 2012 I published Baby Dance to Youtube, a short film chronicling several women’s experience with miscarriage and infertility.

July 22, 2015 we finished our first succ...

September 18, 2018

Thank you.

Two small words that don’t come anywhere near close enough to describing the gratitude we have for each and every person who followed, watched, shared, contributed, supported, propelled, and most importantly, believed in us and this project. We also want to...

As I sit in front of the editing screen for this film, I’m struck by the incredible journey we’ve traveled to make it this far. I’m also reminded that it’s been awhile since we’ve posted!

Friends, it’s time to catch up.

Some of you have been with us from the start, and s...

October 14, 2016

October is a month of crinkling leaves, warm wool socks, and overpriced pumpkin coffee drinks. It’s a month of change, and brings us jovially into the fall season.

For some of us, though, October is a month to remember a loss. The entire month of October has been deemed...

August 29, 2016

A lot of us have seen the movie, but I think you can probably guess this blog is not about an underground sex group.

No, I’m referring to the phrase, which means an inability to understand something based on preconceived notions. Before having a miscarriage, I thought...

June 12, 2016

For generations, there was silence.

Miscarriage, stillbirth and infertility were things you just didn’t talk about. It was “private business” and not for public discussion.

Then, there were whispers.

We light candles and speak softly about lost babies and difficulties co...

 

 

Of the five stages of grief, I tend to linger in anger the longest. After I miscarried my first child, I simmered with anger for weeks, furious at the world for a variety of reasons. Infused with my old energy now that my pregnancy was no longer exhausting me, I atta...

 

 

Most people don't realize how common pregnancy loss is, but even the people who do often hear the phrase "1 in 4". 

 

"I am 1 in 4." you might read on social media. 

 

It can get easy to confuse 1 in 4 pregnancies with women. It's important that we make that distinction,...

 

 

“My heart was racing before I posted what I posted,” says Maria Sansone in her Facebook vlog. She’s talking about her Mother’s Day post, in which she announced that she was in the midst of her second miscarriage.

 

The word miscarriage can make your heart race.

 

It’s on...

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