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Still A Part of Us is a place where moms and dads can share the birth story of their child who was stillborn or who died in infancy. #stillmychild #pregnancyloss #stillbirth #infantloss #SIDS

Still A Part of Us: A podcast about pregnancy loss, stillbirth, and infant loss Winter Redd and Lee Redd

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Still A Part of Us is a place where moms and dads can share the birth story of their child who was stillborn or who died in infancy. #stillmychild #pregnancyloss #stillbirth #infantloss #SIDS

    69: Dad Paul advises getting out into nature after the stillbirth of his son Henry

    69: Dad Paul advises getting out into nature after the stillbirth of his son Henry

    Paul encourages loss parents to let all the emotions come and to feel them. He shares his experience of getting out into nature & planting a tree for his son Henry after he was stillborn. And he advises that if you're going to ask a loss parent "How are you?", to know that it's a loaded question.

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    Find the complete show notes & transcriptions at www.stillapartofus.com. Thanks to Josh Woodward for the use of his music. Find him at www.Joshwoodward.com

    • 19 min
    68: Dad Paul tells the birth story of his son Henry, stillborn at 38 weeks due to a fetal maternal hemorrhage

    68: Dad Paul tells the birth story of his son Henry, stillborn at 38 weeks due to a fetal maternal hemorrhage

    Paul recounts his wife Erin's pregnancy with their son Henry, and his subsequent birth. Henry was stillborn at 38 weeks possibly due to a fetal maternal hemorrhage.

    Become a patron: https://ko-fi.com/stillapartofus

    Find the complete show notes & transcriptions at www.stillapartofus.com. Thanks to Josh Woodward for the use of his music. Find him at www.Joshwoodward.com.

    • 38 min
    67: Mom Erin encourages other loss parents to seek help if they're not feeling safe

    67: Mom Erin encourages other loss parents to seek help if they're not feeling safe

    Mom Erin shares with us her experience after losing her son Henry, who was stillborn at 38 weeks due to a fetal maternal hemorrhage, how she managed her anger, and how she learned to ask for help  especially when she didn't feel safe being alone.

    Become a patron: https://ko-fi.com/stillapartofus

    Find the complete show notes & transcriptions at www.stillapartofus.com. Thanks to Josh Woodward for the use of his music. Find him at www.Joshwoodward.com.

    • 59 min
    66: Mom Erin tells about the birth of Henry, stillborn at 38 weeks due to a fetal-maternal hemorrhage

    66: Mom Erin tells about the birth of Henry, stillborn at 38 weeks due to a fetal-maternal hemorrhage

    Mom Erin, a labor and delivery nurse, tells us of her sweet son Henry, who was stillborn at 38 weeks, due to fetal maternal hemorrhage, a rare occurrence.

    Become a patron: https://ko-fi.com/stillapartofus

    Find the complete show notes & transcriptions at www.stillapartofus.com. Thanks to Josh Woodward for the use of his music. Find him at www.Joshwoodward.com.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    65: Cristen advises us not to compare your loss with others' loss experiences

    65: Cristen advises us not to compare your loss with others' loss experiences

    Mom Cristen talks about how she honors her own experience with the loss of her son Dane, who was stillborn at 35 weeks, and tries not to compare what others have done. She also wants others to know that her loss isn't a test or a punishment or has to have a meaning--loss just happens.

    Become a patron: https://ko-fi.com/stillapartofus

    Find the complete show notes & transcriptions at www.stillapartofus.com. Thanks to Josh Woodward for the use of his music. Find him at www.Joshwoodward.com.

    • 35 min
    64: Cristen recounts birth of son Dane, stillborn at 35 weeks due to funic presentation of umbilical cord

    64: Cristen recounts birth of son Dane, stillborn at 35 weeks due to funic presentation of umbilical cord

    Mom Cristen tells of her son Dane, who was stillborn at 35 weeks due to funic presentation of the umbilical cord, where the cord was prolapsed and became crimped. Cristen also describes prenatal care and delivery during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Become a patron: https://ko-fi.com/stillapartofus

    Find the complete show notes & transcriptions at www.stillapartofus.com. Thanks to Josh Woodward for the use of his music. Find him at www.Joshwoodward.com.

    • 1 hr 3 min

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