Missing Mommy: Helping Children Grieve2019-03-29T13:07:47+00:00

// Meet the Characters

Reggie and Ana

Reggie is six years old; Ana is fourteen years old. They have just suffered the loss of a mother. Reggie does not understand what has happened and why. Reggie is lost, in a sense, and very sad. Ana comforts her baby brother giving him positive thoughts and gives him a reason to smile again.

// About


The Book

This book is a celebration of life, family and love. These three things are something that we all need in our lives. We love each other. We need each other and sometimes we will miss each other. This book will shed light on the ups and downs of family life while mainly focusing on the positive impact that the strong foundation of our family has on our own life journey and character. There is a powerful message that is written in a simple form to help the grieving process for children.

Coping With Grief

It is important for a child to resolve their sense of loss in order to be able to have healthy relationships with others in the future.

How to Move Forward

It can help to continue normal activities at home, at school and in the community.

Support from Others

Give your child plenty of hugs and snuggles. Because grief can be a very lonely experience for children, it is important that they continue to feel looked after and cared for.

//About the Author


I was born and raised in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. I joined the military straight out of high school. The military has taught me a lot of lessons. I have learned to stand up for myself and work long hard hours. I have watched my father entrepreneur and work countless hours all of my life. I have inherited his passion for family and taking on responsibility. The military was a huge turning point in my life and has impacted the rest of my life in a positive way. I have dealt with loss yet the experiences that I have had has made me stronger. Through the creation of grief books for children, I now wish to share this knowledge with the rest of the world and do what I can to strengthen others.