Monthly Archives: January 2015

  • Missing my Munchkin

    Posted on January 31, 2015 by Kristina Smith in Life after Death.

    I’ve found it difficult to write these days. I’m pretty sad…angry…irritated…distraught. All of the things that you would expect from a grieving parent. It seems as though my reaction has been delayed. Like I wasn’t ready to feel this way so intensely in the last few months. I find it increasingly difficult to focus or […]

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  • Dear Mom and Dad

    Posted on January 25, 2015 by Kristina Smith in Life after Death.
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  • For you, fellow grieving mothers…

    Posted on January 11, 2015 by Kristina Smith in Life after Death.

    We are a lot a like, you and I. Like you, I anticipated motherhood to be full of laughs, dirty faces, school projects and milestones. It would all start out with a beautiful birth, celebration of a “home coming” with baby while being wheeled out of the hospital, sleepless nights due to round-the-clock feeding, and dressing […]

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  • Letter to Morgan: 3 months

    Posted on January 9, 2015 by Kristina Smith in Letters to Morgan, Life after Death.

    Dear sweet princess, Today you have been gone for three months. That is longer than you were here on earth. In fact, two days ago, on 1/7, earmarks the day you were gone longer than you were here. It was a day I thought about for the past few weeks. Some days are really difficult […]

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  • Babies everywhere!

    Posted on January 3, 2015 by Kristina Smith in Life after Death.

    I have learned, very quickly, as a grieving mother that whenever you see a baby that is around the age of your angel baby you fixate. Every time I see one I want to just stare – take their sweetness in. It isn’t the same as having Morgan here, but I miss my baby. I […]

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