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

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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. 

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I am pregnant and worried.
 
Try not to be worried. There is very little you can do to cause or prevent a miscarriage. You will do the best you can, eat the right foods, exercise when you feel up to it, and get rest.

There are number of things that may worry you: bleeding, cramping, excessive morning sickness, and other symptoms. To find a full explanation about what to worry about and what not to worry about visit these links: 


Definite Signs of Miscarriage

Possible signs of miscarriage

When You're Okay

Another section that might help you is "Miscarriage Myths," which explains that common old wives' tales that you may have heard cause miscarriage are not true.

You should always call your doctor when you are worried, however; because it is better to call for something that does not turn out to be a problem than to stay up half the night worrying about it.