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Carry On: Rowan (Wrapsody: The Wraparound Baby Carrier)

By | October 26, 2013

I had the honor of receiving a Rowan wrap from Wrapsody to review and share during this month of focus on infant loss. The wrap is gorgeous, soft and comfortable. I wore it for a few days in honor of a local friend of mine who lost her baby girl about a year ago. Wrapsody was my Read More

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep

By | October 22, 2013

What is Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep? NILMDTS is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization consisting of photographers volunteering their time and services to families that are experiencing the death of an infant.  At the parent’s request, an affiliated photographer will meet with the family at a hospital or hospice location to help parents create beautiful Read More

Preparing To Conceive After A Miscarriage

By | October 21, 2013

Photo by Doña Bumgarner. This summer I sat on an exam table in an ER in Denver and heard a phrase I had hoped never to hear: “I’m very sorry, but we can’t find a heartbeat.” I was in the ER after a car accident, where they confirmed that I was only bruised, not badly Read More

Day in the Life of a Kozy Carrier

By | October 19, 2013

The Kozy Carrier mei tai is an extremely versatile carrier. With no need to adjust straps or buckles, it can easily be worn by caregivers of different sizes without any fuss. I used it around the house, at my toddler’s soccer clinic and to run errands. My mom and sister shared wearing my 5 month Read More

Carry On: Kozy Carrier Mei Tai (Carry Me Away)

By | October 17, 2013

What Is A Mei Tai? Mei tai (pronounced “may tie”) is just a generic name for a specific style of baby carrier. They are typically a square or rectangular piece of decorative material with straps on all four corners. The traditional mei tai dates back back hundreds of years and has it roots in Asian Read More

Helping Children Grieve the Loss of their Sibling

By | October 16, 2013

Although I have grieved not being able  to have children, I have never grieved the loss of my own child. I have grieved with friends who have lost babies. But I can’t say that I did the best job following up with them. While I wanted to, I didn’t want the awkward conversation to over Read More

We Remember

By | October 15, 2013

Today I am sharing a photo with the names of some of readers and the babies that they lost either through miscarriage or stillbirth. I know that some of you may not have seen the invitation to share your loss with me so I could include it in this photo, but I would still like Read More

Carry On: Tula Ergonomic Baby Carrier

By | October 12, 2013

My toddler and I enjoying some snuggles in the toddler Tula at a local apple orchard I love baby wearing and I want you to love it too! Join me over the next several weeks as I introduce you to different styles of carriers. Not everyone has an awesome babywearing group local to them, so Read More

Happy Birthday, MAM!

By | October 9, 2013

Modern Alternative Mama turns 4 today! To celebrate, Kate is running a sale on ALL books. Check it out! We are so thrilled to have your support, that you come back to read the new posts and that you use and share the information.  We wouldn’t exist without you! Dollar Day To celebrate, we’re offering Read More

Umbrella in the Birth Bag

By | October 8, 2013

  It usually happens at some point late in the second trimester, or maybe, even into the third. You start to prepare for the birth. What will you pack?  What will you need?   Even for a homebirth, you realize there are special items you will need to buy, you will need to set aside. Like Read More

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