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Making beauty from ashes

I recently shared Mother of Wilde with my family and friends through a social media post on my personal account.

"For the longest time, I never knew what my calling was. Am I just a wife? Just a mom? And yes, while those are absolutely names I treasure, I’ve always felt like I was waiting for God to reveal something more to me... And recently, He did.

For the last few months, I’ve been chasing my calling in secret.

I’ve been staying up late and creating prints for families going through child loss. Having conversations with moms struggling through stillbirth. Speaking hope, life, and praying over families. I haven’t shared this with many people, even pals, simply because it wasn’t the right time and partially, because I’m still grieving my boy. But now I share with you because I’d like for you to partner with me in prayer.

I feel God transitioning this pain and birthing something new from it.

Will you pray that God uses me to offer encouragement to families who are walking this road? Can you pray that God opens the doors in abundance? Prayers that God sends people for me to bless?

For those that have prayed for us and continue to — know that those prayers truly help sustain us. Being encouraged and covered in prayer during our darkest season is something we can tangibly feel. Deep in my Spirit, I know this is where He is aligning me. And while I wait, I’ll praise Him for how He plans to use my testimony and Noah’s life for His glory." Click here to read more of our blogs for child loss, miscarriage and stillbirth. All of our blogs are written by Mother of Wilde's Founder, Moria Rooney. Moria is based in Hampstead, North Carolina and has been married to her husband, Brian, for 7 years. Together they have two boys, Roman, who is almost 2, and Noah, who was born into heaven.

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