A Birthday Card Ideas After Pregnancy Loss


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My “First” Mothers Day

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Thinking of you this Mother’s Day. I’m here if you need an ear to listen, a shoulder to cry on, or a hand to hold. You are in our hearts and minds this Mother’s Day. Wishing you strength and peace this Mother’s Day. I love you.

You can always count on me. I have also found this to be a popular symbol for other mothers who’ve lost a child. It was only fitting I created a card with a butterfly. The inside of this card reads: “On Mother’s Day I can think of no mother more deserving than a mother that had to give one back.

Check out our pregnancy loss card selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our greeting cards shops. Mother’s Day Angel Baby Pregnancy loss born sleeping miscarriage Send me exclusive offers, unique gift ideas, and personalized tips for shopping and selling on Etsy. Enter your email. Each one arrives with a card that includes encouraging words for anyone who’s recently endured a loss. Whether she chooses to store it under her pillow or on a nearby shelf, she’ll always think of.

1. Recognize that they are a mother: Offer a hug and a “Happy Mother’s Day”. Send a card to let them know you remember they are a mother even though their child is not with them physically. 2. Acknowledge they have had a loss: Express the message, “I know this might be a difficult day for you.

I want you to know that I am thinking about you.”. Mother’s Day can be so painful after a pregnancy loss. Everywhere you go, you’ll be faced with reminders of the holiday. No matter what kind of loss you’ve gone through or whether you’ve got other children at home, you’ve earned your right to recognize Mother’s Day if you want to. If you identify yourself as a mother, you’re a mother.

You can include tissues, a journal and pen so she can record her feelings, tea, crackers hard candy, or snacks. A grief basket is appropriate for a close friend, and should be thoughtfully put together. A poem or a hand-written note may be something you want to include as well. Craft a personal message yourself; or if you don’t know the person very well, allow the card to do the talking for you. It’s a simple, thoughtful way to let someone know they are in your thoughts without having figure out exactly the right words to say.

How. • Though we mourn the loss of your mother together, may we celebrate the memory of your mother together, in due season. • Though your loss is great, just remember that your mother’s reward is greater, and she’s with the Lord rejoicing right now. • Though your mother has passed, her memory is every bit as alive as she ever was. As Mother’s Day got closer and closer, I was depressed and unsure about how I was going to recognize this day.

Joe and I had gone to a support group for parents who experienced pregnancy or infant loss, and they were holding a special celebration.

List of related literature:

I used to have a very difficult time picking out a Mother’s Day card for my Mother­in­law!

“Silver Boxes: The Gift of Encouragement” by Florence Littauer
from Silver Boxes: The Gift of Encouragement
by Florence Littauer
Thomas Nelson, 1989

You might want to start a scrapbook and include cards you received when you found out you were pregnant, pictures of yourself when you were pregnant, and so on.

“The Mother of All Pregnancy Books: An All-Canadian Guide to Conception, Birth and Everything In Between” by Ann Douglas
from The Mother of All Pregnancy Books: An All-Canadian Guide to Conception, Birth and Everything In Between
by Ann Douglas
Wiley, 2011

A postcard every month or so will be a reminder to the child that she is special to you and that you have taken the time to remember her.

“Grandparents' Guide to Gifted Children” by James T. Webb, Janet L. Gore, A. Stephen McDaniel, Frances A. Karnes
from Grandparents’ Guide to Gifted Children
by James T. Webb, Janet L. Gore, et. al.
Great Potential Press, 2004

Help the child make a Mother’s Day card for the birth mother.

“Wounded Children, Healing Homes: How Traumatized Children Impact Adoptive and Foster Families” by Jayne Schooler, Betsy Keefer Smalley, Timothy Callahan
from Wounded Children, Healing Homes: How Traumatized Children Impact Adoptive and Foster Families
by Jayne Schooler, Betsy Keefer Smalley, Timothy Callahan
The Navigators, 2014

You can make these into a keepsake book or add these cards to your baby scrapbook.

“The Pregnancy Countdown Book: Nine Months of Practical Tips, Useful Advice, and Uncensored Truths” by Susan Magee, Kara Nakisbendi
from The Pregnancy Countdown Book: Nine Months of Practical Tips, Useful Advice, and Uncensored Truths
by Susan Magee, Kara Nakisbendi
Quirk Books, 2006

The other purpose of this card is to wish you a Happy Mother’s Day.

“The Greatest Love Story Never Told” by Richard Orion
from The Greatest Love Story Never Told
by Richard Orion
Xlibris US, 2015

On Mother’s Day I’ve sent them cards saying, “I’m so thankful I’ve gotten to be your mom!”

“What a Son Needs from His Mom” by Cheri Fuller
from What a Son Needs from His Mom
by Cheri Fuller
Baker Publishing Group, 2013

Dear Mom: Hello Sweet heart, no Valentines card for Mothers Sons Daughters or Sweet hearts to be found.

“War Letters: Extraordinary Correspondence from American Wars” by Andrew Carroll
from War Letters: Extraordinary Correspondence from American Wars
by Andrew Carroll
Scribner, 2008

Along with those I add some anniversary cards, get-well cards, and sympathy cards.

“More Hours in My Day” by Emilie Barnes, Sheri Torelli
from More Hours in My Day
by Emilie Barnes, Sheri Torelli
Harvest House Publishers, 2008

Amidst the flowers and cards, even the most saint-like woman would find it hard not to feel overlooked if she’s not a mother herself.

“Liberalism: Find a Cure” by Mark Dice
from Liberalism: Find a Cure
by Mark Dice
Mark Dice, 2018

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  • I’m praying for you!!! I just had a miscarriage a couple months ago too! So heartbreaking!! I know nothing I can say will help the pain! I’m praying for you and your husband!! It’s so hard! Proverbs 3:5-6

  • You are going to know the joy of pregnancy. You are going to be a wonderful mother very soon. You will hold your very own child in your arms. I know and trust in this because we serve a mighty God who hears our cries and knows the desires of our hearts. I will pray for you and your husband David. Stay in prayer together, friend.

  • I am praying for you and your husband. God will see you through. It is a tough road. I didn’t want to watch your video because it would bring me back 4 years ago when I had my miscarriage. You never forget it, but God helps you through it. God Loves you and your husband. You guys will be amazing parents one day. Whether biologically or by adoption, you will be awesome parents. May God bless and protect you both on this journey. Please keep the faith. He will bring you through the fire.

  • i had my miscarriage on mothers day too. here i am having a mc while family members texted,posted on my wall. called to congratulate me for my first mothers day. but little did they knw i was losing my angel. sorry for ur loss��

  • You are so strong and thank you for giving so much of yourself! I am not going to pretend I know what you’re going through. I did, however, have 2 kids and both were born prematurely. When my son was born he was under 3 pounds so he stayed in NICU for a while. On Mother’s Day, a bed was being prepared for a new baby and the NICU was cleared of visitors. When I returned, there was no baby. I asked the nurse and she just shook her head. My heart was broken for that family! It’s been 12 years and I pray for that Mommy and baby every Mother’s Day. I will keep you in my prayers as well. So so sorry!

  • Will be praying for you… my daughter, 27, is going through the same thing you did the first pregnancy. about 6/7 weeks along.. it wasn’t. planned pregnancy but she was so excited. That quickly changed yesterday when she began to bleed… She goes back Saturday to have more bloodwork and another ultrasound. It is heartbreaking! I thank you for yiur videos.. I just watched both of them… it let me know things I didn’t know but also how to understand how she is feeling. God hasn’t forgotten or forsaken you.. He uses all things for His Glory. He has a plan for you. I know from experience it’s hard when you are trying and trying.. that happened with my second daughter.. but I never had the pain of a miscarriage… so I thank you for doing your videos to educate me in how I can best be there for my daughter. Hugs and Love to you both! Prayers definitely going up!!

  • I’m sorry that you and your husband are going through this. I pray that one day you will be blessed just like me and become a great mommy. I also struggled with infertility for five years. I’ve had two very early miscarriages. I know how you feel, I’ve been there, keep the faith, and believe with your heart, that one day if God wills it, you will be holding your bunddle of joy. Fast foward 15 years after my infertility, I am the proud mom of 7 wonderful kiddos. My first five are boys 14, 13,12, 10, and 8. My two very beautiful princesses are a 3 year old and a 4 month old baby. God bless you both. Hugs

  • Goodness, I’m so heartbroken for you. Thank you for being brave and making this video, you are helping more people then you could possibly know. Prayers for you and David!

  • [This is my boyfriend’s account…but I’m posting on this video because you need to know you’re not alone, love!]

    Firstly, I cannot tell you how sorry I am for your losses. I will keep you in my prayers and thoughts, hoping you have your rainbow baby soon…We lost our baby last month, August 04, 2017. My last period was May 18, 2017, so I was almost two and a half months pregnant…with a blighted ovum. Two and a half months reaching all these milestones on my apps, thinking of how big my baby was growing…
    But it wasn’t.
    I passed the tissue early morning August 4, 2017.
    The tissue was about the size of my fist. It was mind-numbingly painful…I crouched on the floor in incredible pain. It was unbearable. My body had gone on like it was two months pregnant, with all the makings of gestational sack, placenta, and no baby…the sack was clear:o
    I was doing the nursery when I started bleeding…20 hours in emergency, waiting and waiting…then a week and a half of thinking I had a dead baby in my womb..No medication, no D&C, passed it naturally.. My heart is destroyed over this…I carried this child, we wanted this child with all our hearts, my family, my boyfriend’s family, we were all so excited. We told his parents the day I started bleeding…
    So. When I passed the baby, we buried the remains with my father in the graveyard. Dad passed away 6 months ago. Still dealing with that too.
    I’m so sorry that you’re in this pain. I wish there was some kind of special something someone could say to ease the anguish in your heart. You don’t deserve this. You’re so strong, and I know you don’t want to have to be strong, you just want your baby in your arms..but this is our reality for the time being. I wish you love, support, and all the baby dust possible.
    I’ve cried every day this week, can’t handle anything, just inconsolable. And that’s my right. My baby was taken from me. And yours was too, love…….Never say sorry for crying, that is your right to express grief. You have every right to cry.

  • My thoughts and prayers are with you. I’m so sorry for your loss. I miscarried our second child at 11 weeks. It’s a very difficult time to walk through. Love and hugs to you both.

  • I just had a missed miscarriage with my first pregnancy (that I know of.. I suppose I may have had chemical pregnancies in the past). Our baby measured 6 weeks but should have been 8. I’m so sorry you had the excitement and then severe disappointment of a miscarriage. I think it’s always better to wait until you’re 5-7 days late before testing to avoid this awful hurt. ❤️

  • Maureen you and your husband are in my prayers! I just miscarried my first baby at 12 weeks in April so I know the heartache! I just uploaded my miscarriage story, that’s how I found you. God had not forgotten us, he holds us and our sweet babies in the palm of his hands! The desire to be a mama and have a baby and give children to our husbands is a JUST desire!!! There’s nothing wrong with giving it your all Maureen, I know it’s tough my friend. Thank you for sharing your story, may God give you hope and comfort and peace! ❤️

  • sweetie this is my 3rd one…I have to admit this one has been harder…The good thing is you are able to get pregnant so u have hope! ♡

  • Hi Maureen. Im crying with you. I lost my baby 2 days after Mothers day. I was supposed to be 9 weeks but my babys heart stopped beating at 8weeks and 6 days. I was crushed when my doctor told us theres no heart beat. I am still crushed now, i could not believe it. We waited for 10 years to finally get pregnant and we were but God took my baby. I dont know why and only HE knows but it is soooo heartbreaking. I am praying for you and all the mommies out there who had lost babies.:(

  • I am truly sorry for your loss! I was told I would never have children. We went through over 15 years of trying and had 9 miscarriages (10 babies, one set of twins) before we were finally blessed with our miracle baby boy. When we tried for more children unfortunately I lost another set of twins on Mothers Day, so I truly understand and feel your pain. The three pieces of advice I can give you is Please stay strong, Don’t ever give up hope and the last and most important is to relax, get on with life, because when you are at your most relaxed strange (actually wonderful) things can happen.

  • After trying to conceive for 10 years and multiple miscarriages, I tried progressence plus from young living and was pregnant within 4 months of using it. My baby boy is now 13 months and perfect. I really recommend trying it out. Hugs.

  • Happy Mother’s Day!! Wow I watched your videos and I totally lived through the same exact thing. I had 4 miscarriages in 11 months and now on my 5th pregnancy only at 5 weeks… going to take my blood test today. Send me baby dust mama!!! �� #lucky5 ����

  • I had a miscarriage in Nov 2018 and now I’m 14 weeks and 2 days and my baby is due on Nov 10th 2019. My heart is complete and I am so excited to begin this experience ��

  • I am praying for your family, and for your comfort……This is so heartbreaking…..I have had a miscarriage before and I know how hard it is…… I had the same….chemical pregnancy…..I will continue to pray for you hon <3

  • My son is 23 years old and a climid baby. The first one did not take either but the second Clomid pregnancy did. Keep the faith, it will happen in Gods time

  • There’s often a reason why the body rejects the embryo, and a reason you can’t get pregnant, and keep miscarrying, people shouldn’t go against their bodies and force a pregnancy, as complications and a wide array of handicaps become largely possible. There are many children and babies who are in foster care and waiting to be adopted. Like I said, I’ve had family who have suffered through the same things you are, and friends, and I’m not unsympathetic to your disappointment, but your body is giving you these signals for a reason. Best of luck to you in whatever you decide, and sorry for your loss…

  • Im so so sorry to Learn about your misscarriage:( we hade one i march, in week 11. The heart had just stopped, and my body would not fix it so I had to stay in the hospital (the baby was fine in week 7), it’s so hard and difficult. But some day I know that we both will be mums <3 love and prayers all the way from Norway! And remember, you are not alene <3

  • i to miscarried on father day 36years ago i still went on to have a healthy child so i know it will happen to you your love and faith in god will help you all the way

  • it literally scares me each time i see her opening video where she is about to get hit by presley in the swing!!
    so hecking paranoide!!