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Sharing your story is powerful & healing. Our prayer is that by sharing your story you gain hope & victory.

Infant Loss

We pray that through sharing your story of loss, heartbreak, & sorrow you will find community, healing, & victory.
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Miscarriage

You are not alone. Share the story of the imprint your baby left on your heart.
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NICU Stays

Any length of stay in the NICU can be stressful, scary, lonely, and uncertain. Share your journey with us.
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Ill/Disabled Child

Sometimes the NICU is just the beginning of a long journey to healing. Share your childs struggles & victories.
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Pregnancy/Birth Stories

Ask questions, share information, give tips on pregnancy related topics, & share your birth stories.
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Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding can be unfamiliar, difficult, and stressful. Share stories, get tips, and ask questions.
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Prayer Requests

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  • Tracy Trottman
    Oct 10

    On July 6, 2019 I felt contractions and went to the hospital, there I found out that my blood pressure was over 200 and because it was so high my placenta ruptured and separated from my uterus and my precious princess was no longer receiving oxygen. I was heartbroken and i felt angered and hopeless just laying there crying. A few hours later i delivered my sleeping angel and my world was turned upside down. While my princess was placed on my chest i started bleeding out and the doctors worked aimlessly to save my life. I'm thankful that I am alive but the days get harder as I think about what my princess wouldve been doing if she was still alive. I miss you princess T'Loni
  • timcor96
    Feb 7, 2018

    My name is Cortney and I found out I had Intrahepatic Cholestatis at 12 weeks. I was told all the risks associated with my condition and the worst case was a still birth. I was slightly concerned but had read so many stories about healthy babies with this condition. My doctor recommended an induction at 36 weeks. The baby was measuring at a healthy small size so we proceeded. I was told at 36 weeks the baby may need time in the NICU but I figured my baby would be great and wouldn't need it. After a smooth delivery I was asked to kiss my baby so he could go to the NICU for monitoring. Little did I know what was taking place. When I could get to a wheelchair we went to visit our new little one. With tears in my eyes I looked at that helpless 5 lb baby and couldn't do anything. He was hooked up to all kinds of monitors and tubes and had a cpap machine covering his little face. I knew I had to be strong for him. After 24 hours I was sent home. From there I would begin the NICU journey. I was going in anywhere from 2-4 times a day to see him and feed him. Thank God we lived within 3 miles of the hospital. I don't know how people do it when they live far away. I also had a 2 year old to take care of so that presented other challenges. I wasn't able to hold my baby for the first few days and I couldn't breast feed till day 5. We spent 16 days there and it was no easy road. I am blessed for the friends I made in that NICU as well as the amazing nurses who treated my baby as if He was their own. I knew he would grow but I had to let Jesus take the wheel and in his timing my baby would be healed. I am amazed at how far he has come in just 4 months! God is good!!
  • Lexi Sullivan
    Feb 6, 2018

    I was 5 months pregnant when our whole world flipped upside down. We rushed to the E.R. not knowing that would be our home for the next 2 weeks to come. I fought...I did everything I could to keep our baby with us as long as I could. I will never forget the numbness that fell over me when I saw his heartbeat fading on the monitor. Maddon Dak Sullivan was born at 11:17 a.m. January 13, 2017. He was the spitting image of his daddy with his Momma's nose and long legs. I was told I had an incompetent cervix and that there is no way of knowing until your first pregnancy. And it's usually too late. I won't say this has been easy or even bearable at times, but I can say that if it weren't for God's presence, we wouldn't have made it. His healing, peace, and promise that we would spend eternity with Dak one day has pieced our shattered hearts back together. I joined Eve's Victory because I want to share His presence with the broken-hearted and the weary. I want to share the same understanding and open arms that were reached out to me. Psalm 34:18 The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. "Yours are the hands, yours are the feet, yours are the eyes, you are his body. Christ has no body now on earth but yours.” ~ Teresa of Ávila
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