I haven’t written in a while, but it’s not because I stopped honoring harper or stopped helping women through their loss. It’s the total opposite! I have been laser-focused on building my coaching business to help as many women as possible and create a foundation to support StillMama.
I’m so happy to share that after three years of coaching, my practice is to a point where I can devote the time I want to StillMama, and I couldn’t be more thrilled.
I remember reading blogs when I was in my early days and seeing that the moms would fall off after a few years, which was totally indicative of their healing, and that life had gotten busy with their earthly children. But it made me sad. Had they moved on so much that they didn’t think about their child as much anymore, I wondered? I didn’t want that to happen to me and Harper.
Now that I am 7 years out, I see now that nothing and I mean nothing, will stop me from thinking, loving, and honoring harper. And the time off from StillMama was actually in the best interest of this beautiful organization because it requires me to have the time and money to invest in it.
Harper has continued to shine her light down on me so bright. She has brought me to coaching to continue my own healing, which I will be talking about in future blog posts.
SO MUCH HAS HAPPENED, so much healing has happened, and I can’t wait to share it with all of you, because it’s nothing short of miraculous.
As an organization, we are expanding. I will continue to serve you through this blog, and our online community, and also, we will be serving local hospitals to support mothers in the hospital. If you would like to help us by either volunteering or making a donation to support other mothers as a way to honor your sweet baby, we would love it. We are stronger together. Can’t wait to share my plans with you – they are massive 😊