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The Love of a Mama Never Fades

October 01, 2018

The Love of a Mama Never Fades

October is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month. This month is for every mama with an empty womb who so badly wanted that sweet baby and it’s for every mama with two in her arms, who always wants to whisper, “there are three.”

It’s for every mama who never got to hold her baby and it’s for every mama who did get to hold her baby, but nowhere near long enough.

It’s for every mama who lost a baby before she bought that first set of maternity clothes and it’s for every mama who lost a baby when everyone could see she was expecting.

It’s for every mama who is limping through tonight and it’s for every mama who has found hope amidst her heartbreak.

It’s for every mama who has lived any of the millions of ways that a motherhood story can be filled with heartbreak. But no matter how our motherhood losses might differ, one thing remains the same — the love of a mama never fades.

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month and we have some special things planned to love on all you beautiful mamas. Stay tuned on our 
Instagram and Facebook for announcements.
xo,
Johanna & Denise



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