Fertility Gems’ Always and Forever Memorial Jewelry #Giveaway from The Mom in Me, MD

In the spirit of pregnancy loss remembrance, click here a Rafflecopter giveaway to win a memorial bracelet or necklace of your choosing from Fertile Gems. Crystal, the designer and Etsy shop owner has graciously offered to give away a favorite piece (completely free of charge) from her Always & Forever jewelry line to a mom who has suffered loss from miscarriage, pregnancy or infant loss, or stillbirth.

In addition to entering the Giveaway, head to the Fertile Gems shop and to her Facebook page to look through the selection of memorial jewelry you could choose from. Each piece is adorned with a remembrance charm and a swarovski crystal in the birthstone color of your choosing. Some women choose the color of their baby’s anticipated birth and others choose the month of their loss. While this small token won’t bring your baby back, it may take you one step closer to healing along your journey. Crystal has also graciously offered to send me a piece from her collection. I look forward to wearing it in the coming challenging weeks! My opinions are always my own. So, I will be sure to let you know how I like the piece.

And, for the personal story behind this giveaway check out my most recent post HERE. THIS GIVEAWAY HAS ENDED. CONGRATS AUDREY CARRANO!!!

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30 thoughts on “Fertility Gems’ Always and Forever Memorial Jewelry #Giveaway from The Mom in Me, MD

  1. Beautifully written….. I had 2 miscarriages and a stillbirth at 27 wks. It’s devastating, and we move on but the pain is always just under the surface, like a scap that can be ripped off when you least expect it. But I’m glad I got the chance to try and love them even in their absensce as I know we will meet again someday 🙂

    • Oh, I am so so sorry for your loss. I can’t even imagine the devastation. Yes, the pain of loss never fully goes away. I do believe that you will meet them again one day though. Thank you for your willingness to comment and share your story.
      sincerely,
      emma

  2. this is so sweet and even if i dont win this will be awesome for any mother of an angel.
    my angel was promted to heaven march 15,2013. we love you raylee!

  3. I lost my baby early in pregnancy almost three years ago.. We haven’t tried again yet, but I think we will, one day. Until then, I have my fur-kids and scale-kids to help through.. It’s such a devastating thing to go through, and with virtually no awareness.. I didn’t even know it was possible to lose a child before they were born, until it had happened.

  4. It has only been 18 days since my miscarriage. I never even made it to my first doctor appointment. It was my third pregnancy with 2 healthy boys before this one. Because I’ve never had a problem with my pregnancies before this was completely devestating to me.

  5. My son became an Angel 5 1/2 years ago for reasons we will never understand. He was stillborn at 39 weeks 4 days gestation. He will be forever in our hearts.

  6. I lost my baby in May. It’s the toughest thing I’ve ever been through. And it’s hard now knowing that I should be getting ready to have a baby in a month.

  7. One of my really good friends just had a miscarriage and I don’t really know what to do. I went over with her favorite ice cream and spent some time with her. I know she is the type of person to say she is fine but is really hurting inside. It’s been a couple of weeks. I just don’t want to bother or overwhelm her…but I want to be there for her. Any advice of what else to do?

    I entered the bracelet/necklace giveaway and if I win, I will give it to her. Thanks

    • Thanks so much for your comment. You sound like a great friend. Not that I’m an expert on this and everyone is different in how they handle grief and what they need, but just your show of support and concern is huge. Being willing to listen is also huge. I would ask her what she needs from you. Asking goes a long way and it makes your friend feel like you aren’t trying to fix it you really just want to be there for her. She may not know what she needs from you either. And, that’s okay too. Or, she may be able to say what would be most helpful in this difficult time. Acknowledging that you don’t know what to say but you want to be there for her is also very helpful. Good luck with the giveaway and thanks again for sharing.
      Sincerely,
      Emma

  8. On Jan. 29, 2013, we heard our first baby’s heartbeat. The next night, I started bleeding. On Feb. 1, 2013, I sat in the same room as they told me there was no heartbeat.

    I was blessed to finally become a mom on Jan. 11, 2014 – he’s the love of my life. But not a day goes by when I don’t think of my first baby and no one, including my husband, understands how much I miss that baby.

    Thank you for the chance to win a piece of jewelry I can remember that baby with.

    • thank you so much for sharing your story. I am so so sorry for your loss. The pain of any lost baby, no matter the gestation is still intense. I pray that you find peace, and I am so happy that you were blessed with another child.
      Sincerely,
      emma

  9. I heard my first baby’s heartbeat on Jan. 29, 2013. I lost her two days later.

    I was blessed to become a mother to a child I now hold in my arms on Jan. 11, 2014 – he’s the love of my life. But not a day goes by that I don’t think of my first baby, and no one, including my husband, understands how deeply that loss affected me. It may have been early in the pregnancy, but that was my baby.

    Thank you for the chance to win this jewelry in memory of my baby – I would love that.

  10. i experienced the pain loss and suffering, that so many of you have, at 17 weeks and 3 days.
    I was advised 12 months ago to start trying for a baby due to a big fibroid, I was never told that it could result the way it did – I find it unforgivable that I was made fully aware of the full picture and that I wasn’t monitored more closely during my pregnancy. Especially when I was discharged from hospital 24 hours prior to my waters breaking.
    I gave birth to a beautiful angel princess – my Daisy on 2nd August 2014. Due to ongoing health complaints and mistakes by the hospital- branding me a hypercondriac I have had little time to grieve and come to terms with it but I do accept that my precious girl was too good for this world and God has better plans for her. I can’t wait to see her again and hold her in my arms I just hope I can then say that I gave her younger siblings.
    Lots of love to all that are remembering, grieving and living with the indescribable pain of child loss xx

  11. So sorry for all of you and the loss ! I guess mine is a little different but would appreciate some prayers. My boy was in a car accident 4 months ago and he did not make it and is in heaven now. He was 8yr old and our only son. I just don’t understand these things and it’s not fair. I would take his place then and now if I could. Thank you !

    • oh, i am so so so sorry for you loss. words can’t express how devastating that must be. My heart and prayers go out to you and your family. I wish that I could give you a hug right now. Life isn’t fair in so many ways. I am so sorry. you will definitely be in my thoughts and prayers in the coming days and weeks.
      sincerely,
      Emma

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