A video to end the silence.

In the book trailer for the novel Baby Dust, eight women talk about their losses and how they are ready to speak freely to friends and family about their babies.

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Baby Dust: 
A Novel about Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss

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"Absolutely stunning, compelling...the truth of what women go through."

Robyn Bear
founder of
Pregnancy Loss
Remembrance Day

"Baby Dust sheds a light on the all-too taboo subject of miscarriage in a raw, compelling, and incredibly realistic way."

Kristin Cook
founder of
Faces of Loss,
Faces of Hope

If you read Baby Dust and fell in love with Stella, the leader of the miscarriage group, she now has her own book of how she and her husband met. No sadness here, just a roller coaster romance between two out-of-the-box characters.

Click to learn more about Stella and Dane


Deanna also has a new FREE ebook on getting pregnant again, based on her tried-and-true, easy-to-follow 
Sperm Meets Egg Plan


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Need a place to store your sonograms and memories?

In the Company of Angels: 
A Memorial Book
is a baby record book just for babies lost to miscarriage or stillbirth. 

Get it at Amazon

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I miscarried a long time ago.

Losing a baby is something you never forget about. When I went back to work after my miscarriage, many people, men and women, told me stories about miscarriages from as far back as 40 years ago. And they still remembered every detail and most of them still had mementos such as baby outfits that were never worn or hospital ID bracelets.
It may be even harder for you now, knowing that medical technology has changed and the baby you lost might have been saved if only he or she was born now.
Remember, it is never too late to memorialize your baby. Plant a tree, have an engraved plate mounted somewhere, donate money in your baby's name. And yes, you can still name your baby, even decades after the fact. Don't let anyone discourage you.
Best of all, help other women who are dealing with a current miscarriage. Get on a bulletin board and answer questions. You have a lot of experience and can tell them what they can expect over time. 
Take care of yourself. Grief may get easier, but it never truly ends.