As I also posted last year, October 15th is the National Day of Miscarriage and Infant Loss. Of course, many of us understand that we do not just limit our reflection and rememberance to one day. We remember when our hearts ache, and it is painfully obvious that there is a piece of our hearts missing. We remember when we see other children the same age that our child(ren) would have been and we wonder what our little one(s) would have looked like, how their personalities would have seized us. We remember when we miss getting to tuck them in at night and say their bedtime prayers with them. We remember when we do not get to comfort them after a skinned knee. We remember as we make our way through family traditions. We remember when we are at the grocery store. We remember, we do not forget.
We remember and we pray for the many who have lost babies, who have lost babies early in pregnancy, who have lost babies at birth or shortly there after. We remember ...
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