This afternoon, my senses are a bit flooded. My mind is a swirl of emotions and thoughts and confusion because this year, my vantage point for Mother’s Day is so very different. You see, I’ve been greeted this morning with a mason jar of flowers. Filled with baby’s breath and yellow daisies, a delicate yellow… Read More →
April is Infertility Awareness Month. 1 in 8 couples experience infertility. During this month we invite you to walk with us along side of those who face fertility grief. Or to claim the story as your own! Please remember that Project Pomegranate’s recently published book – Though the Darkness Gather Round, Devotions about Infertility, Miscarriage,… Read More →
The story of Hannah, and of her son Samuel, is a story of infertility – and of birth. It is a story of being mocked and misunderstood. It is a story of a woman who came in front of God weeping, and was ridiculed by the priest. It is a story where the closing and… Read More →
Man plans and God laughs – Yiddish proverb I spend my professional life educating health professionals and the public about “reproductive life planning,” or, basically, helping someone articulate whether or not they want any (or any more) kids and the steps they need to take to achieve their desired number of children. As a recurrent… Read More →
We are grateful to Jennifer for this piece, originally posted on her blog, Seeking and Serving. Jennifer is also a contributor to our book, Though the Darkness Gather Round, Devotions about Infertility, Miscarriage, and Infant Loss. October is Pregnancy Loss Awareness Month. In some ways, it seems like a strange month to choose. In October,… Read More →
October is Pregnancy Loss Awareness Month! 15-20% of pregnancies end in miscarriage. Sometimes knowing what to say is difficult. This clip provides ideas about what is helpful – and what is not! Watch and share!