October 15th

Today is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day.

I know it holds significance for many people.  It holds significance for me.

Our child would have been three years old this week.

When I think about that period of time, I remember the joy and pain.

Take a moment today and light a candle, write a note or say a prayer, for someone you know that has lost a child.  Whether it be in pregnancy or after birth.

Remember.

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9 responses to “October 15th

  1. What a great day of remembrance. I was just thinking about this the other day and wondering.

  2. Kat

    Our world wasn’t meant to be like this…and one day our Savior will come back and change it.

  3. AmyLoo

    No matter when life comes to an end it should never be forgotten. A few tears shed and a prayer said. So glad you posted this.

  4. Jennifer

    Thank you for letting me know about this special day. I have thanked God today for Nicolas, since I got pregnant with him just two months after my miscarriage. God wanted me to have Nicolas, and I am so grateful.

  5. Wow, what a great post. Praying for you and Sean.

  6. Mary

    Saying a prayer for you and others. Thank you for posting this.

  7. I didn’t know about this day, and I didn’t know of your loss (maybe I haven’t read enough on your site? Also, living in Dallas and never meeting you would be reasons…)
    I also lost babies, but I was in early pregnancy-two times. Then we had Eliana. I already had two healthy kids. It made me appreciate all the more our family, and realize the absolute miracle that childbearing/birth is.
    Thanks for sharing.

  8. I know I’m really late commenting on this – I’m sorry! I was thinking of you the other day when I saw this link on FB…just wanted to know I remembered the day and you were in my thoughts.

  9. I didn’t even know such a day existed. Oct. 14 would have been my Mom’s birthday too. Last week was tough…
    I’m just catching up but, big hugs for you my dear. I lost a baby who would have been almost twelve now, halfway through the pregnancy. It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever been through. I understand.
    Love you, Kelly

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