I’m extremely thankful for your website. God knew what He was doing when he helped me cross your path. I have been on your website for 5 days straight. Thank you for providing so much information I would have otherwise not known. With your help I have been able to go through the grieving process better. I learned what to expect, and how to save and cherish my baby.
When I found out last week that my baby had died, I was so angry and upset. And having it still inside me was at times unbearable, mainly because I didn’t know when I was going to have him and what it was going to be like.
But last night as I laid in bed, and was talking with my husband, I was very thankful I had the past week to gain knowledge and understanding of the situation. I was very thankful that I knew how to catch my baby with a strainer, and how to preserve him for a while longer. I was so thankful that I’ve had the opportunities to hold him and take pictures of him. This is an experience that is certainly a life transforming one, and I’m so blessed.
Miscarriage and Stillbirth Support and Information
Catholic Miscarriage Support
Star Legacy Foundation
Baby Loss Family Advisors
Loss Doulas International
Sufficient Grace Ministries
Pregnancy Loss Info.com
Heavenly Angels in Need
Heaven Born pillows
American Pregnancy Association; Stillbirth
American Pregnancy Association: Miscarriage
Stillbirth on-line Support Group
Baby Center: Miscarriage
Little Love Foundation
USCCB Solace and Strength in the Sorrow of Miscarriage PDF
USCCB Solace and Strength in the sorrow of miscarriage newsletter
Miscarriage prayer by Mother Angelica
Hope for Healing: Miscarriage and the Dignity of the Human Body
Order of Naming and Commendation of an Infant Who Died Before Birth PDF
Follow-Up: Resources for Miscarriage, Stillbirth & Perinatal Loss
If you know someone who has lost a child or lost anybody who’s important to them, and you’re afraid to mention them because you think you might make them sad by reminding them that they died, they didn’t forget they died. You’re not reminding them.What you’re reminding them of is that you remember that they lived, and that’s a great, great gift.