#misCOURAGE stories

Heartbreaking stories. Devastating stories. The miscarriage story needs to change. That’s why we’ve created Tommy’s Book of #misCOURAGE. With these stories we will help spread the word that miscarriage can no longer be ignored.

Heartbreaking stories. Devastating stories. The miscarriage story needs to change. That's why we've created Tommy's book of #misCOURAGE. Read this story now and help spread the word that miscarriage can no longer be ignored. Help us change the story to save babies' lives.

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    • Jordan's story of miscourage

      I lost a bit of myself with each loss.

      The sonographer held my hand and asked if I had anymore questions. I only ever really had one, "will I ever be a mother?"

    • Nicola miscourage submission

      Soul Siblings

      They were my babies, too. But it’s not as acceptable to say this if you already have a child, or they were “ only” early losses.

    • Story of Miscourage

      Happy ending

      Fast forward a few months of heartache and a roller coaster of emotions, I finally tell myself I'm ready to try again.

    • Story of Miscourage

      The heartbreaking loss

      The next day they confirmed there was no heart beat and I had to deliver him.

    • I can't explain

      I can't explain

      I put him in my arms, I couldn't believe he went.

    • Story of Miscourage

      Eight weeks mother

      A mother with no child.

    • Story of Miscourage

      Hopeful for a rainbow baby

      I told myself ‘Surely it won’t happen again, we can’t be that unlucky’.

    • My Journey to motherhood

      My Journey to motherhood

      I asked my GP if I could be transferred to St Marys hospital were I was born.

    • Abbe's story

      I’d kept an eye on the research being done by Tommy’s ever since a wonderful sonographer at my local hospital had mentioned the work of Professor Siobhan Quenby.

    • Stillbirth story

      One mother's choice

      The decision to hold your baby after their death is an incredibly difficult and personal one. Stacey Skrysak tells her story.

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