Tiffany Wills

Whilst i was pregnant with ellie edna moore i was told to count the kicks i did so after many many trips and forth from the hospital woth reduce movement i was given steroid injections for her early entrance to the world and so heartbreakingly she didnt get to see the world as i hoped and dreamed of ellie was born still but she was still born she still exists, when i found out i was pregnant with my rainbow Elsie all i did was count the kicks and i went to the hospital everytime with my concerns because i couldnt risk it.. my beautiful rainbow was born and the worry,stress and guilt hit me like a 10 ton truck i just know if the support was there it could have been alot less worrying.

A lot of people assume a rainbow pregnancy is all joy and happiness. But it can actually be a very worrying and stressful time. I wanted to create something that would acknowledge how different a rainbow pregnancy is and hopefully offer some support.
I remember feeling quite isolated with my rainbow pregnancy as everyone was so excited for me but I was so nervous. I would have taken great comfort from the rainbow project had it been around at the time. I also think the book we have created is so valuable in explaining a previous stillbirth to a child, something I struggled to do."

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Tiffany Wills