Pregnancy and Infant Loss Day

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day

Miscarriage. SIDS. Stillbirth. Birth Defects. Eptopic Pregnancy.

What do these have to do with me? Well nothing. But 1 in 4 pregnancies end in loss, so even though I can’t relate, many around the world can. Tomorrow, October 15th is national pregnancy and infant loss remembrance day. I have never been pregnant, so I don’t know what it’s like to lose. But, since I am involved in the fertility world, I will say I have known so many who have experienced loss, specific to miscarriages.

If that is you, whether you are suffering silently or you have spoken out about this, I am so sorry. I am sorry that it’s happened to you and I am sorry that those around you, including me, do not understand.

Even though I don’t understand, please know that my prayers go out to you on this day if you have had an infant loss. Please know that you are not alone. Please know that your babies life did and does matter. On this day and always may you feel extra love as you remember those you have lost.

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Day

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  • Lily
    Posted at 08:54h, 14 October Reply

    I’m so glad their is a day for this. So many women suffer silently and this gives them hope and support. Big hugs my friend!

  • Rebecca Jo
    Posted at 10:12h, 14 October Reply

    I think of my lost babies every day… even more so on that day.

  • Andi
    Posted at 15:04h, 14 October Reply

    and i join with you in sending out prayers

  • Becky
    Posted at 15:21h, 14 October Reply

    A friend of mine just lost her 7-week-old son, and I can’t imagine the grief she must be feeling. Standing with you in prayer.

  • Mihaela Echols
    Posted at 16:00h, 14 October Reply

    I just went to a thing last night called pregnancy resources it was really coo.l Its a minstry who helps women and men who are thinking about aborting get them council and give them free ultra sounds.

  • Breakfast With Tiffani
    Posted at 16:12h, 14 October Reply

    OMG, yes thank your for bringing awareness to this. My close friend went through a miscarriage earlier this year. It wasnt until then that I saw how important it is to be sensitive and understanding. I didnt realize it be someone could be going through a miscarriage and I never know anything about it. That saddens me and causes me to want to give as much mental support as I can.

  • Kay
    Posted at 16:59h, 14 October Reply

    Thankful that there are women out there building others up who have been through this. My sister, now the mother of 5, went through a miscarriage along with very difficult pregnancies. It was so very hard for her to keep on keeping on. This support is so needed.

  • Brittney Moses
    Posted at 18:12h, 14 October Reply

    Thank you so much for speaking up on this. I actually lost my second baby girl after giving birth and it can feel like something is wrong with you because it doesn’t “happen to anyone else”. You only hear about healthy pregnancies. The more I talked about it, the more healing I experienced and I encountered many other women who had complications which made me feel less alone. ❤

  • Kristi
    Posted at 02:59h, 17 October Reply

    So many have felt this loss and pain. Lifting many of my friends up as the mourn the loss of their precious little ones.

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