MamaBlogger365 – Living in Limbo by Mary Rekosh

**I wrote this piece just before the horrifying tragedy unfolded in Connecticut. So many of the victims were children of the same age that I discuss here, and I know that their parents must have been every bit as enchanted with them as I am with my own 7-year-old. The agony and despair that these … Continue reading

MamaBlogger365 – Longwood Youth Mourn Dominic Trionfo by Elizabeth Kathryn Gerold-Miller

There is no wrapping your head around the loss of a young person… no matter the cause. All people can do is support the family, and come together as a community, as people did after Dominic’s death. Give your kids an extra hug tonight and say a prayer for someone who wishes they could.

MamaBlogger365 – Limbo by Julie Ann Cook

Julie Ann Cook’s poetry series at Mamazina concludes with “Limbo” – for MamaBlogger365 for the Museum of Motherhood.

MamaBlogger365 – Sisterhood by Julie Ann Cook

Julie Ann Cook shares another poem as part of her special series for MamaBlogger365, a project to benefit the Museum of Motherhood.

MamaBlogger365 – Give Sorrow Words by Patti Ashley, Ph.D.

Patti Ashley, Ph.D.: “Every loss has a hidden gift.” For MamaBlogger365, a blogging project to benefit the Museum of Motherhood, now open in NYC.

MamaBlogger365 – Noting the Unnoted by *Dr Mama* Amber Kinser

*Dr Mama* Amber Kinser makes note of the un-noted; MamaBlogger365 for the Museum of Motherhood, a year-long daily blogging project to raise awareness of the museum and the work it does to support the efforts of mothers everywhere, coordinated by Mamapalooza.

MamaBlogger365 – Gratitude in the Face of Loss by *Dr Mama* Amber Kinser

*Dr Mama* Amber Kinser on gratitude and loss; MamaBlogger365 for the Museum of Motherhood, a year-long daily blogging project to raise awareness of the museum and the work it does to support the efforts of mothers everywhere, coordinated by Mamapalooza.

MamaBlogger365 – With Heavy Heart by Kim Jennings

MamaBlogger365 for Museum of Motherhood, Kim Jennings, heavy-hearted in considering another mother’s loss.

  • Contact: MamazinaMagazine@gmail.com

  • Call To Order Mamazina: 877.711.MOMS (6667)
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,474 other followers