What a year it’s been at PALS (Pregnancy After Loss Support)! It was a year of tremendous growth. We added Meet-Up locations, continued to provide online support to Courageous PAL Mamas, exhibited at perinatal conferences, and raised over $23,000 to continue to support and advocate for the pregnancy after loss community.
One of the ways we support our community is through our online magazine. Let’s take a look back at our most-read articles of 2018–both new articles and articles from our archives.
What was your favorite article from PALS this year?
Our most-read new articles of 2018:
1. 7 Things the Mom Parenting a Baby Born after Loss does Differently than other Moms by Melissa Ayala
2. 10 Promises to my Rainbow Baby by Elizabeth Thoma
3. 8 Things You Have Permission to Do as a Parenting after Loss Mom by Jenny Albers
4. The Invisible Workload of a Mother Pregnant after Loss by Rebecca Markert
5. Why fear should not keep you from announcing a baby on the way by Rachel Lewis
6. A Rainbow Baby: Where Joy and Grief Collide by Jenny Albers
7. We’re Done Having Children and my Family is Incomplete by Rachel Whalen
8. When You Miscarry Your Rainbow Baby by Rachel Lewis
9. Everything’s OK until It Isn’t by Rachel Whalen
10. Not So Happily Ever After by Ingrid Santana
Our most-read articles from the archives in 2018:
1. 11 Things Not to Say to the Mama Expecting Again after a Loss by Lindsey Henke
2. 23 Things I wish Someone Told Me about Pregnancy after Loss by Lindsey Henke
3. 9 Things I’m not doing during my Pregnancy after Loss (and that’s okay) by Lindsey Henke
4. My Pregnancy After Loss Bill of Rights by Lindsey Henke
5. 12 Things TO Say to the Mama Expecting again after a Loss by Lindsey Henke
6. 10 Things No One Says to the Anxious Pregnancy after Loss Mom (But Probably Should) by Lindsey Henke
7. A Rainbow, Not a Replacement by Elizabeth Thoma
8. 14 Things No One Tells You about Bringing Home a Baby after Your Previous Baby Died by Lindsey Henke
9. The Unintentional Shaming of Child Loss Parents by Lindsey Henke