are-you … pregnant, feeling overwhelmed
and not sure what to do?

You’re not alone, we’ve been there too!

… and these are our real stories, where despair is turned to hope
Desperation is turned into possibility
And fear into love

So whether you feel too young to be a mum,
feel that the timing is wrong,
are unsure how you will support yourself and a baby,
feel that a baby would interfere with your plans,
don’t have a reliable partner or family,
are pregnant with a baby that has medical problems,
have problems with your own health,
or for whatever reason are thinking ‘I can’t do this!’

… it may help to know that we have been there,
have persevered, and have come out happy on the other side.

 

You don’t need to feel alone!

 

Even though you may feel you have no one supporting you, you do

… because we are here, giving each other the hope, courage and respect that we need as women and mothers to persevere. We are witnesses to the fact that going through the difficulties was in every way worth it. That every day it’s worth it! And there are no regrets, only a deep, real, and lasting gratitude.

do-you… have a story of overcoming obstacles in a crisis pregnancy?

We would love to hear it!

Going through feelings of doubt and fear when carrying another human being is heart-wrenching. But we can lighten the load for each other by sharing our experiences. It may just make all the difference to another mother and her baby.

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Happy Again

I was a new mum, with a 6 week old baby boy…
and my husband was going to a stressful time at work. At

Loved

I was hanging washing on the line when it happened. A gush of liquid between my legs, enough to soak through to my

The Beautiful Unknown

My name is Rita, I’ve been married for 35 years to my husband Michael and we have 10 children. I’ve also had 5

A beautiful baby

It was not long after we arrived in Australia that I became pregnant. We already had two children and my husband told me

Blessed

This is PAULA and SAMUEL’S story…
In mid 2016, my husband and I had a surprise positive pregnancy test. With four boisterous kids already

The best things in life

In El Salvador, where I was born, there is a saying that ‘Every baby comes with a loaf of bread under their arm’.