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

Sep 1, 2021

Miranda, mom of George who was stillborn at 39 weeks, talks with Winter about how difficult it was to function after the stillbirth of her son, and how her husband Graham helped her greatly on a day-to-day basis in those early days. She also talks about how she remembers George with tangible things like his memorial bench, and recommends some things to say (and not to say) to an angel mom.

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Or if you want to purchase an "Always a Part of Us" Legacy Gift for $20, you'll be providing to one of these families that shares their story, full transcriptions, mp3s, and mp4s of the recordings of their baby's birth story and advice episodes for their family history records. You will also get a shout-out on an upcoming episode. Thank you!

Time Stamps:

  • 00:00 Welcome
  • 01:34 Not going home after George was stillborn
  • 06:50 Miranda's sanctuary
  • 11:43 Her new full-time job
  • 20:22 Grief support groups
  • 23:43 Running
  • 30:33 Her husband Graham
  • 35:43 Physical reminders of George
  • 41:41 Things that were helpful and things that were NOT helpful

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