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

Aug 18, 2021

Mom Angelica sits down with Winter in this interview to talk about the trauma of finding out her son would be stillborn and giving birth to him via Caesarean section, how she transitioned back to work as a NICU nurse, and what's she's done to cope after Ezra's death. She also shares things that you should and shouldn't say to a loss mom or dad.

Listen to Angelica's birth story of Ezra here:

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Time Stamps:

  • 00:00 Welcome
  • 02:09 After Ezra's birth (stillborn) and what helped
  • 07:57 Work
  • 15:02 Physical reminders of Ezra
  • 24:54 How has Nick (husband) handled everything
  • 36:27 What not to say and what to say

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