Miscarriage (or the loss of a child in utero or stillborn) is a topic of conversation that is often avoided in today’s society. However, miscarriages in particular happen rather frequently. Studies note that anywhere from 10-25% of all clinically recognized
Infertility or secondary infertility, whether medically “explained” or not, can wreak havoc on the lives of both mothers in waiting and married couples. The CDC notes that about 10% of women between the ages of 15 and 44 will experience
Adoption is simply helping a child find a forever home. The need is great in America and around the world. Children dream for the same thing adoptive parents do…a secure and loving family. There are over 100,000 legal orphans in
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Maybe the question better asked is “Why Not”? As a couple, we have experienced each of these over the course of our adult married lives. Ironically, we have learned that many others have gone through some (or all) of the same struggles in their own lives as well.MIA – most commonly connected to military members considered “Missing In Action” was chosen intentionally. You see, those dealing with a miscarriage or infertility or in the adoption process can feel like they are missing in action and all alone. Many times, those around them “just don’t get it”. We know that feeling firsthand and we hope to help others from having to experience similar.Something we’ve realized through all the difficulties we’ve experienced and worked through – loss and infertility seem to be “taboo” in society and perceptions of adoption greatly vary as well. Why is that?
Whether we ever figure out the answer as to why this is the case, we are on a mission to help Connect, Encourage and Restore…won’t you join us on the journey?
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