Pregnancy and Infant Loss
Pregnancy and infant loss happen more often than you may know. 1 in 4 pregnancies ends in loss. And while loss is a part of life, pregnancy and infant loss are very different. Sometimes no one knew of the baby and sometimes lots of loved ones are anxiously awaiting. No matter the circumstance, it is always devastating.
During this time many women feel alone, as if their bodies have failed them, they are less of a woman and many more unnamed feelings.
The Queen's Collective seeks to support women through all seasons of pregnancy including infant loss. Weather it be abortion, miscarriage, stillbirth or death after life, ALL women deserve support.
We are here to support moms in person, virtually and through thoughtfully created gift boxes with natural handmade products designed to help women along their healing journey.
Our goal is to build a community of support in loss for our sisters, aunts, daughters, nieces, friends, cousins and ourselves. It is hoped that through our products and services we are able to open a door for these moms to feel more comfortable telling their story and less guilt and shame. We want these women to know they are not alone, because we are here with them. To say "I'm here" I'm listening!"
Women are deserving of support regardless of how their journey looks. We believe it is especially important for women to feel supported in loss. Check out our virtual and in person support offerings.
A box of gift items curated to support women on their healing journey after pregnancy loss. Includes: journal, herbal tea, candle and more.
Tips for Gifting
Be ready to listen judgement free
Do not offer your purpose for their loss
Do not ask questions about the death etc
Do not rush the conversation
Offer to bring food, help with cleaning or other children (only if available)
If you offer, show up
Check in periodically. You can send a picture of something that made you think of them, a new song you like etc.
An affirmation deck designed to support and encourage women on their journey toward healing after pregnancy loss.