Pregnancy is so different for every mother. I’m sure you’ve heard that numerous times throughout your pregnancy, and it’s true! Some women breeze through their pregnancies with no morning sickness, changes in activities, or evidence that they ever even had a baby! Then there are the mothers that have to be hooked to an IV in order to stop vomiting long enough to eat something. After the “being pregnant” part of the pregnancy is over, it’s just the beginning of the challenges, but also an immense amount of love.
Nearly everyone in America knows that October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. We've all seen the pink cleats and gloves worn by football players, the "Save the Tatas" decals and wrist bands, and countless pink ribbons on everything from shopping bags to charm bracelets. Breast cancer awareness is, without a doubt, one of the most important and recognizable causes in the world. Because it is so recognizable, it easily overshadows another worthy cause, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness.