After every storm comes a rainbow—a sentiment that couldn't be more true for parents welcoming an infant after experiencing a loss. A "rainbow baby" is one that follows a miscarriage, neonatal death, stillbirth, or infant loss—and they're more common than you might think.
6 Things You will Need to Survive a Pregnancy after Loss
There is no if, and's or buts. If you are a PAL, you will not get through this pregnancy sane without one. Let me tell you something, you will think you will be strong and that you won't give into the crazy. Then, after the 1st trimester you will cave. Save yourself the anxiety and just GET ON
My Pregnancy After Loss Bill of Rights I have the right to grieve my child or children that have died and/or the previous pregnancies I have lost. I have the right to be sad about my loss(es) during my current pregnancy.