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Grieving the Loss of a Pregnancy? Loved Baby- 31 Devotionals Giveaway

I have had someone very close to me lose a baby not once but twice.  It was one of the hardest things she has ever had to go through and I can not imagine what she must of felt during those times.  Close to one in four American women will experience the silent grief of pregnancy loss.  Can you believe that number?  One out of four?  Truth be told, you or someone you know, has experienced pregnancy loss.  That’s why getting help, especially help from above is so important!  I would of loved to of given my friend this book when she was going through her time of need, Loved Baby 31 Devotions.

Loved Baby 31 Devotions:

loved baby by sarah philpott

Mom Always Knows did receive a complementary copy of Loved Baby in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions are 100% my own.

 

Helping You Grieve and Cherish Your Child After Pregnancy Loss by Sarah Philpott, PhD

In this book, Sarah shares her own story of loss and those of over 40 women (the Loved Baby Tribe) who have experienced stillbirth, miscarriages and ectopic loss.  This book is written for your heart where other books focus to care for your physical needs.  Your soul will be pampered and you will be able to mourn and cherish the lovely little life that took root in your womb.

The book is divided into 31 devotionals (chapters)  that talk about loss, Christ-filled comfort, tips to manage social media, reconnecting with your partner, nourishing your soul, grief, adoption, new pregnancy and much more.  At the end of each devotional there is a space for some “soul work” about the topic and “prayer time” to help you further reflect.

I really found inspiration reading all the stories from the “Loved Baby Tribe” ladies because they are so strong and full of peace.   Although I have never experienced the loss of a baby, I have experienced great loss in my life and reading through Loved Baby,  I was able to apply and really work through many of the devotionals/verses as well.

Loved Baby: 31 Devotions is MAK approved!

What a great gift idea for someone that might be struggling through the loss of a baby!

You can pick up a copy here on Amazon or there is a really great deal from Fashion and Compassion going on now where you can buy the book bundle a whole month prior to its release date! You will get your hands on this highly anticipated devotional by Sarah Philpott before anyone else has the opportunity.

A wonderful gift for someone you know who has lost a baby or suffered a miscarriage. The book bundle is the book Loved Baby and a beautiful bracelet. The Sterling Silver heart braclet will be a constant reminder of your precious baby & may the “loved” charm bring you peace knowing you are loved!

loved baby braclet

Details:

  • Approx. 8″ in circumference
  • Gold-Plated & Sterling Silver, Hand-hammered
  • Purposefully made by artisans in Mexico
  • All net proceeds support our work empowering women

You can read more about the bundle and/or purchase here!

Since we love Loved Baby we are giving away a copy of the book to one of our lucky readers!!

MAK Giveaway of Loved Baby 31 Devotions

Easy to enter!

Just like us on FB and you are done!  Want extra chances to win?  Sure, no problem!  See entry form below for more chances!  Good luck!  Mom Always Knows will be contacting the winner directly and sending the mail USPS.  US residents only.

 

 

5 replies
  1. This Mum At Home
    This Mum At Home says:

    Its horribly surprising how many women have a loss of a baby… I only realised when I has a loss myslef and all of a sudden nearly everyone I knew told me their story. This sounds like a wonderful idea 🙂

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  2. Erin
    Erin says:

    Thank you so much for this post. I will be sharing with my friends who need this very helpful insight. I love that you offered hope and encouragement. What a difficult time, but how encouraging that there are resources and tribes of people to lean on for comfort. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  3. Jamie
    Jamie says:

    Losing a child is an indescribable horrible loss. It sounds like the book gives comfort to grieving mothers and that is such a great thing. I also love the bracelet- what a great thing to remember your little angel with.

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  4. Gwendolyn
    Gwendolyn says:

    I also had a close friend of mine experience pregnancy loss twice. It was devastating for her and I know turning to her faith helped her grieve. This book would have been a great thoughtful gift for her! Pregnancy loss is one of those topics that is rarely spoken about, but more women experience it than we even know. Thank you for the information you shared in your post!

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