Still Standing Online Magazine

I’m excited to share with you a new online magazine that’s is debuting May 5th.

Have you ever visited Small Bird Studios, where Franchesca pours her heart out?  She writes about life after losing a child – the beautiful mess left behind.  She writes about hope and healing.  She writes about her son, a rainbow baby – after a storm, there’s a rainbow.

Still Standing Magazine

Franchesca has founded Still Standing Magazine.  I asked Fran to share a little about the magazine with us.  Here is what she said.


Still Standing Magazine is for any woman who has lost a child, suffered from infertility, and sadly for some who have faced both.  The vision for this magazine is to help these women embrace life in the face of tragedy.  It will also include segments for grieving fathers, children, grandparents, and other family members.  It is representative of the resilience in the human heart to survive catastrophe.  We are still standing in the midst of our losses and heartaches.  And more importantly, we are not standing alone.

Collectively, we have 16 contributing writers from around the world, all bringing something unique to our readers – such as parenting after loss, TTC, pregnancy after loss, coping mechanisms, doing good in your local community, and much more.  Each contributor will post on the same day each month (for example – first Tuesday of every month).  There will be plenty of room for guest posts and we already have a few community projects underway.

 You can meet the contributing writers and read their stories here.

You can stay up to date with the latest about the magazine in the following ways.
Website (under construction, but you can bookmark it!):
Newsletter sign-up:

Still Standing Online Maganzine | Embracing life after loss and infertility

After suffering a loss or realizing infertility, one can feel abandoned and alone.  There is hope.  There can be peace.  There are resources  and support that can help.  We are still standing.  Let’s stand together.  {Feel free to read my story of loss here.}

Grace and peace,

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