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Grieving the Child I Never Knew

Grieving the Child I Never Knew A Devotional for Comfort in the Loss of Your Unborn or Newly Born Child

By Kathe Wunnenberg
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.67 Stars

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On 4/2 thistle wrote: When the anticipation of your child’s birth turns into the grief of miscarriage, tubal pregnancy, stillbirth, or early infant death, no words on earth can ease your loss. But there is strength and encouragement in the wisdom of others ... Grieving the Child I Never Knew by Kate Wunnenberg {book review}

thistle's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/26 Shey wrote: There are few sorrows so deep as that of losing a child. An even more unique twist is losing a child that you never really got the chance to know. Whether through miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss, the tragedy of an infant child’s death is great. (Not greater than any other loss, but certainly ... Grieving The Child I Never Knew

Shey's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/25 Confabulations wrote: During this time my family has grown stronger, our faith has grown deeper and grieving hasn't always been easy. I did receive a book that has helped my through some of the stages of my grieving. There are so many aspects I never would have considered and the author did an amazing job explaining different ... 5 Months Postpartum

Confabulations' Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/13 Heidi Indahl wrote: Fair warning, this is going to be the longest and most personal product review I have ever written. It is certainly the most emotional and least objective I have ever been while reading a book for review. This book took my heart right where it is in the here and now and convicted my soul in exactly ... Grieving The Child I Never Knew: The Book Review That Isn't Really A Book Review

Heidi's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/13 Kristi King-Morgan wrote: It’s a hardcover book with a spot inside for TO and FROM, which is thoughtful, in case you buy this book as a gift for someone and want to personalize it. It also has a nice ribbon bookmarker attached to it so that you can mark your spot. Each section has a brief devotional, a bible verse, and some ... good

Kristi's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/2 Dmdifalco wrote: Kathe Wunnenberg offers much needed compassion in her new publication, "Grieving the Child I Never Knew" which describes in depth the enormous heartbreak one experiences after losing a baby to miscarriage, tubal ligation or stillbirth. Long overlooked these mothers suffered in silence because others ... The Perfect Gift For Mother's Who Have Lost Their Baby to Tubal Ligation, Miscarriage or Stillborn.

Dmdifalco's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/1 Katy Zitzmann wrote: I had seen mixed reviews about this book, but mostly positive so I thought I would give it a try since at times I have felt stuck in my own grieving process! I was not drawn to the cover online, but in person the book actually looks really great and is a nice hardcover. The idea of having space to ... Journal and Devotional Combined

Katy's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/24 Rachel Fuller wrote: Losing a child is one of the worst experiences anyone can face. It is one of the most lonely losses because people don't remember with you or grieve with you unlike when an older child or person in general passes. They all have memories too; where as a small child, those are not there. Most people forget ... Grieving the Child I Never Knew by Kathe Wunneneberg

Rachel's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/22 Nathan Albright wrote: Everything about this book, from its soft pale green palette to the flowers and branches with leaves and bunny rabbits, to its gentle writing [1] about the loss of an unborn or recently born child, is designed to appeal to an audience that is strangely forgotten these days. It seems likely that the lack ... Book Review: Grieving The Child I Never Knew

Nathan's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/20 Elle Alice wrote: This is a beautifully designed devotional that is brimming with comforting words, prayers, and Scripture. It is an amazing resource for women who have experienced loss, BUT also is very useful for people who are close to a woman who has lost a baby (family members, Bible study members, pastors, etc) ... A beautiful devotional full of comfort for grieving moms

Elle Alice's Rating:

5 Stars