Introducing Owlet’s Library of the Soul
September 22, 2016
When we created Owlet we wanted to do more than just provide peace of mind to parents with new little ones. We wanted to create a community of parents, a family if you will. Parenting is exciting, new and so scary all at the same time and we shouldn’t have to go through this crazy journey on our own! What if there was a place you could go to submit stories, experiences and read other parents’ experiences and lift them up, too?
Introducing Owlet’s Library of the Soul. This is a place for you to go when you need inspiration, advice or want to lend a helping hand. All of the stories you will find on Library of the Soul are real experiences from parents like you. If you want to, leave a comment and let them know someone was there to listen to their triumph or tragedy.
Take a sneak peek into some of the stories you can find on Library of the Soul below.
“As much as I loved all of his nurses and doctors, I thought they were crazy when they began to tell me that he could come home so soon. What were they thinking? He was just 4lbs 6 oz! Surely a human that small should stay in the hospital until they are bigger.”
“After about three weeks of strictly formula feelings, those guilty feelings have past. Looking back I feel that I made the right decision. Breast feeding was not for me and I’m ok with that. She is a perfectly healthy growing baby who loves to eat! My advice to new moms who struggle with breast feeding is to do what works for you and your baby. Not what anyone else thinks.”
“A week before my sister was due to deliver her baby, a cord accident occurred and my sister’s baby died in the womb. Her beautiful little baby girl was delivered stillborn. We held her precious angel baby close to us with tears streaming down our faces. It has only been six months now, and we are still trying to make sense of the loss.”
You can read more stories like these, and even submit your own, over at the Library for the Soul!
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