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"Behind my smile....

I carried my broken heart wherever I went. Every miscarriage seemed to just add to the weight of my previous loss and kept the wound open. I didn't know how to heal"


Finding others who understood has been a huge support in my healing journey and something I want to pay forwards

Hi, I'm Nicole

Over the years, my childlessness and miscarriages meant I felt entirely alone, separated from the world by an invisible barrier of pain and shame. I blamed myself for my miscarriages and felt I'd failed at life. My childlessness weighed heavily on me, with each passing year I felt I was watching life passing me by. 

It was difficult to accept my babies had died and that I would not carry my own child to term. I wanted to document my story to give support and hope to those who may feel the same. 


My boyfriend and I, have recently been approved to adopt and our hearts are full of excitement for the child we shall welcome into our home and our hearts. 

You can read a bit more about the background to my story in the 'About me' tab. 

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