Baby Dust

Baby Dust

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by Deanna Lynn Roy
     
 

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The five women sitting in the circle of chairs all had great dreams of motherhood.

Then their babies died.

Melinda sees blood on the floor every day after her loss. Dot believes the wrath of God caused her baby to die. Teenage Tina is trolling internet dating sites for a father for another baby, and Janet's failure to cry means her wedding is off. Stella, the

Overview

The five women sitting in the circle of chairs all had great dreams of motherhood.

Then their babies died.

Melinda sees blood on the floor every day after her loss. Dot believes the wrath of God caused her baby to die. Teenage Tina is trolling internet dating sites for a father for another baby, and Janet's failure to cry means her wedding is off. Stella, the support group leader, must help them while facing the old choices that cost her ever having a family of her own.

Based on the stories of dozens of real survivors, Baby Dust is a moving tribute to the strength of mothers who must endure this impossible loss.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780984187928
Publisher:
Casey Shay Press
Publication date:
10/01/2011
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
709,316
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)

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Baby Dust 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really loved this book and was amazed to see it talk of a baby with anencephaly. Our son was diagnosed with anencephaly when we were 18 weeks pregnant on june 23 2010. We were pressured by two different drs to terminate but we chose to carry our son and we were blessed with 40 weeks + 1 day and our angel was born sleeping november 23 2010. Imagine a love so strong that saying hello and goodbye at the same time was worth the sorrow. Families need to be more aware that they have choices. Hugs
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I purchased this book after delivering my baby I lost at 18 weeks. No one I know has experienced a loss like mine. Most have attempted to comfort me, but a repeated phrase I've heard is "I have no words". Baby Dust has the words in sharing stories other women have experienced. Losing your baby changes you forever. I know I'm not alone in my grief, and that life will go on. This book was equally heartbreaking and empowering. I highly reccomend it to anyone whose heart is broken by the loss of their baby.
Heather91011 More than 1 year ago
I loved this book read it in about 4 days. Wonderful story!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful story.
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VJoG More than 1 year ago
Each pregnancy loss is definitely uniquie, but I repeatedly found myself relating to each of the women in the novel Baby Dust. At times I felt like the author had read my mind and penned my thoughts and emotions. I was reaching for the book at every spare moment I had.