Stillbirth and infant loss is a subject that is not talked about. People fear upsetting the families who have had babies die. Because of this when a person loses an unborn, or recently born, baby they feel alone. They feel as if their pain does not matter; as if it is an over-reaction. This could not be further from the truth. Our babies died before they got a chance to fully live and that pain runs deeper than anyone not having lost a child could understand. We need to talk about our babies. We need people to know that they existed; that they were loved and cherished.

This page is a way for these babies to be known and loved. Use it to tell the world about your baby; what you named him/her, who they looked like, what they mean to you. If you would like to add a link to your personal blog or website please do so. The more stories that are shared, the more awareness there is about stillbirth and infant loss. The more awareness there is, the more compassion there will be.


2 Responses to “Tributes”

  1. Anna said

    I have made a donation in memory of my good friends’ second daughter, Marysia Majewska, tragically born still on 25 July 2007 at 38 weeks. She will never be forgotten.

  2. Sherry O. said

    As an angel mom myself, I know how important it is to carry on your angel’s legacy, making certain they’re never forgotten.

    That said, I made a donation in memory of my dear friend’s infant son, Thomas, who would’ve been 5 on March 9th. Thomas’ memory lives on through the countless deeds of others and I know his mother would love that someone is taking the time to do something as selfless as what you’re doing. It’s an act of love and kindness that matters most to those parents leaving the hospital with empty arms.

    Much love to you and your precious Benjamin,
    Sherry (aka grapey1969)

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