Pregnancy Loss

There is a special place in my heart for those who have lost a baby due to miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth or newborn loss.  Our middle son, Caleb Joshua Freedom Sklar, was stillborn on May 21, 2003.

As I write this, on December 16, 2013 – we have been journeying through our grief for ten years.  A decade of learning how to love Caleb and be a parent to him when he is not with us. Ten years of missing him always, yet feeling grateful for his heavenly home.

What started as an idea in 2004 for a small booklet for others on a similar journey, grew into a small book in 2009 which I offered in pdf on this blog for a few years. I always knew that wasn’t the end, but it was so hard to write about this journey, and long breaks were required to get through to what is now… a self-published paperback in 2013. About 190 pages of heart and soul; poured out offerings from the journey of healing. It is the best way I know how to let Caleb loose into all God intends for him to be.

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Already Caleb’s story has touched so many hurting hearts, has helped many people on the hard journey of losing a baby. I am so proud of him.

I’d love to come alongside you on your journey, if you are dealing with the loss of a wee one. I’d love to walk and talk with you for a while. I’d love to offer whatever encouragement and support I can for the days ahead.

For now, the book is available through these links:

Proceeds from the book will be used for charity donations, distribution of free copies of the book, or family mission trips.

If you’d like a glimpse of our experience with Caleb, please feel free to read through Caleb’s Story 

Find a list of helpful Resources.

And visit our Discovering Hope page on Facebook.

Please leave a comment if you’d like to connect with me – I’d love to hear from you.

God Bless You.

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3 thoughts on “Pregnancy Loss

  1. Hi Anna, I found you through (in)courage and wanted to say hello. I too have a soft spot for those who have lost a child. We lost our baby in 2005 to a missed miscarriage at 10 weeks. I wish you a Merry Christmas.

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