10 Years Later

Guest post by Nicole Fisher I read Nicole’s words and I just had to ask her if I could share them. It’s hard to imagine what life will be like after something terrible happens. With Hannah’s Wish that terrible thing we always deal with is the loss of a baby.  I’m not good at looking[…]

Why is this Happening to Me?

There’s one question I’m asked by many women, regardless of whether they are struggling with infertility, miscarriage or infant loss: “WHY is this happening?”.  That’s a good question I also asked myself.  What GOOD could possibly come of this?  How can any purpose be found in this?  I learned I wouldn’t see anything good or[…]

Our Story

Because Faith Without Works Is Dead Many have asked why I started Hannah’s Wish. Simply put, God has put in on my heart. I am more passionate about this than I’ve been about anything in a while. I’ve been through the fire and it has refined me. I have found purpose. We started trying for[…]

Why I Told My Daughter

People ask me why I have been so honest with my seven-year-old daughter about our losses. I told her last year when we lost our third.  She was 6 at the time.  I know that is pretty young to wrap your little mind around something so big.  My answer to those people who ask is[…]

Asking for Help

Asking for help is hard.  As I am going through this journey that is Hannah’s Wish, I am realizing that the Doctor’s offices will have information for you.  You have to ask it seems.  Am I the only one who wasn’t offered any information?  The last time I lost a baby I was escorted into[…]

My favorite verse is Romans 12:12. Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer. Romans was written by Paul the Apostle and he wrote it to the church in Rome. He was basically introducing himself and spreading the word of God. Be joyful in hope. To me this means to keep hoping! I[…]

Why Not the Hospital?

Some people ask me why not have this group at the hospital or why the one’s that already exist at the hospital aren’t good enough. It’s not that they aren’t good enough or that that they aren’t doing great things. It’s not that there is anything wrong with being in a hospital. Hannah’s Wish provides[…]