Rosa Saputo

Meet and welcome Rosa to our community. Her story shows proof of how sharing leads to connection and healing: 

Last week would have been the time our little peach would have joined us in life, but life doesn't always go as planned.

I feel as though we must take the strength we have and recognize that everything will be ok. Yes that can be hard to understand but it's how I deal. The "ifs" run through my mind often .."What could I have done differently?" But there isn't anything, nothin!

Did you know that one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage? I think it's silly that in our society no one really talks about it. When I had a miscarriage 6 months ago so many women reached out to tell me their story and how they felt about it. Hearing and sharing in what they went through, what they did, and how they dealt with it was so comforting. It made me feel not so feel alone. They say don't tell anyone the first 3 months because it's so common to have a miscarriage but I believe that's the time where you need support and love the most.

I'm sharing this so women know that it's ok! Whatever life gives you is what is supposed to happen.

Our little turn around baby was too good for this world. I will always see a rainbow after many storms in life. That's what makes it beautiful.

My name is Rosa,
I am a Brave Babe and
I love and accept myself. 

Kindra MurphyComment