Aaliyah, my Daughter, my Motivation (Our Borrowed Angels)

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Note: #OurBorrowedAngels is a series I will continue on my blog through the end of October in recognition of Infant Loss Awareness. If you have experienced the loss of a child, whether through miscarriage, stillbirth, infancy, or an older child, I would love to share your story. Contact me if…

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Jacksen–My Shooting Star (OUR Borrowed Angels)

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Note: #OurBorrowedAngels is a series I will continue on my blog through the end of October in recognition of Infant Loss Awareness. If you have experienced the loss of a child, whether through miscarriage, stillbirth, infancy, or an older child, I would love to share your story. Contact me if…

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YOUR Story — (Our Borrowed Angels)

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As October’s Infant Loss Awareness approaches, (see current GIVEAWAY) I wanted to extend the offer again to share your story through a series called Our Borrowed Angels. If you have experienced a loss, whether through miscarriage, infant loss or that of an older child, I want to be a safe…

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Seven Years Giveaway for Borrowed Angel

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March 10th marked seven years since my son, Ty, died from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). For the next two weeks, my social media posts will focus on offering support during challenging times and I’d love to hear from YOU! From now through next Friday, March 31st, you have the…

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Trevor’s Gift (Our Borrowed Angels)

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(Note: #OurBorrowedAngels is a series I will continue on my blog. If you have experienced the loss of a child, whether through miscarriage, stillbirth, infancy, or an older child, I would love to share your story. Contact me if you are interested and be sure to check out out this giveaway honoring…

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Writing Your Tears

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So much TRUTH to this. Borrowed Angel essentially wrote itself through tearful blog posts during the first two years after Ty passed away. I was never someone who could pick up the phone and call a family member or a friend while feeling trapped inside my loss. It was like…

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