MyInfantLoss.Com was started after the experience that my husband and I went through at the beginning of 2011. Through this experience we learned that there is such a vast amount that is not known about the subject of infant loss, especially when it comes to miscarriages and stillbirth. Not to mention, it is not a subject that is talked about much, but it is definitely something a lot of people have either faced themselves or know someone who has. My hope and vision is that through this website people will become more aware of the subject and feel more comfortable talking about it, as well as opening up to others. Closure is such a key part of moving forward in this process. This site will give those an opportunity to move through the journey with the help of our experience. I am available to talk to individuals about our experience, as well as groups to help those around us to better understand. I am also available to listen and be a strong rock for those who need support. All to often infant loss, especially miscarriages and stillbirths, are not talked about leaving those who go through it feeling like they are all alone. I want to let you know that you are not alone, give you a place filled with helpful resources, and a place to share your story.
Hi, and welcome, I’m Liz. My husband, Raun, and I reside in Saint Paul, MN. I am a substitute teacher as well as a Nature Photographer. The photos you see around my site have been taken by me or my husband. Raun runs a Warehouse Distribution involving frying oil and related products. To learn more about Raun and what he has taken from what has happened visit his blog at http://www.backyardlifeblog.com/. I enjoy the outdoors by going on many walks during the non-wintry months in MN, camping, and going to softball games (Raun is the one that plays). I spend some of my time reading, being with family and friends, being creative, or relaxing by the water. I am blessed to have an amazing husband, a beautiful angel daughter Samantha, and two very energetic kitties. I started MyInfantLoss as a way for me to move through my grief, to share my story, and to have a place where other’s who have experienced the loss of a child can come together.