Pregnancy After Loss Support
Supporting Through Our Rainbow Years
Pregnancy after loss is a minefield.
It is a rollercoaster of emotions tinged with worry and recurring grief. Theblessing of being pregnant outshines the anxieties and doubts that may fill your mind, but the worry can often leave you feeling overwhelmed.
We can help you.
It’s a very difficult time for many reasons and it's completely normal to feel lost. You aren’t in one of the 2 categories that you are familiar with; baby loss groups or ‘normal’ pregnancy groups.
The conversations that fill these two groups don’t comprehend that you have either suffered a loss or that you are carrying new life again so it is common for you to find it hard to relate to the ‘normal’ pregnancy community. And by carrying new life again, you also don’t feel like you fit in the loss community as well as you used to.
Luna’s parents found the pregnancy after loss journey extremely challenging. The hardest part being the worry and doubt that consumed their thoughts, they describe their experience as being mentally and emotionally draining.
During their pregnancy, the time they felt the happiest and most at ease was during ultrasound appointments. So much so, that they booked monthly private scans in order to see their rainbow baby happily dancing away on the screen with their own eyes.
The scans were monthly mini milestones that felt achievable and hopeful; that reassurance was utterly priceless.
This is why we created the Story Raine Project
Named after Luna's rainbow baby brother, Story Raine Conroy, Luna's parents have utilised their own experience of pregnancy after loss to create hope and support by reassuring others who are in a similar position.
The aim is for us to virtually hold your hand, mentor, support and guide you through this complex but life changing journey with the re- assurance of being able to see your baby an additional 3 times. We hope this will positively aid your mental health and well-being during this anxious time.
We are here Supporting you Through Our Rainbow Years.