Meagan Pierluissi

About Meagan Pierluissi

Meagan Pierluissi is a Volunteer Social Media Coordinator for Pregnancy After Loss Support. Meagan lives in Minneapolis, Minn. with her ever-supportive partner, Sergio, and their two living daughters: Ruth and Sage. Their third daughter, Lucy, was stillborn after a second trimester loss on June 20, 2015. Unsure as to what took Lucy's life after having been successful in their first pregnancy, Meagan and Sergio took the terrifying leap to try again for a baby; Sage was born one year after Lucy's due date. PALS was there for the long, 9-month journey, giving her hope and a safe space to share happiness and grief. Meagan also works in public relations for a health care company as well as providing freelance PR support to another companies. Meagan shares her pregnancy experiences on her personal blog that actually started as an adventure-type blog, but became a place to get her birth stories out to share with others. She can also be reached by email.

Pumping to Heal a Broken Heart

Photo by NIKOLAY OSMACHKO from Pexels I am three years out after the loss of my little girl; I am 18 months out after safely delivering a warm, breathing little girl. I hold a deep desire to help other mothers, whether they’ve experienced loss or not, by pumping milk my body is still [...]

By |2018-06-17T21:17:04+00:00June 17th, 2018|Parenting After Loss|0 Comments

There should be another

My two girls, one before and one after losing my third daughter, Lucy, are getting closer each day. They’re just about inseparable. And each time I see them splashing each other in the bathtub, pulling each other’s hair or “reading” books to one another, I think there should be another. There should be an almost [...]

By |2018-04-16T15:58:48+00:00April 16th, 2018|Parenting After Loss|0 Comments

Added Anxiety in Pregnancy After Loss, Nicole’s Story

Women who have known loss share their experiences with Pregnancy After Loss Support (PALS) almost every day—to feel connected and to know they’re not alone. Their stories are unique yet also intertwined in grief, joy and hope—hope maybe above all else. We call them our Courageous Mamas. Their stories give us chills and tears and [...]

Dear Mama, You’re not Alone

Dear Mama, I know you are worried, excited and scared all at the same time. You wish you could go back to the days of radiating those pregnancy hormones instead of just hoping you carry this little one enough of the way. The road ahead is a long one--a hard fought one from so many [...]