Aching Heart Remembering Pregnancy and Infant Loss Day

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The Lord is near to the broken hearted and saves the crushed in spirit.

Psalms 34:18

October 15th is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. My heart goes out to all the mommies who have lost babies too early and have their angels watching over them in heaven.

Remembering Sweet Isaiah

February 7th, 2011, little Isaiah was born too soon. He would be 8 this year in 2019. He watches over his parents and his little sisters from heaven. His mommy is an inspiration and a super strong lady that I am privileged to call a friend.

Sweet Isaiah’s parents and sweet sisters.

Remember Baby Anthony

March 22, 2017, I first published this post because my heart ached from another friend who lost her little boy at 8 months. He would be 3 years old just like my big boy now. He watches over his three big brothers and younger sister from heaven.

Little Anthony

My heart aches as we head to the church for the funeral and burial of our friends’ 8-month son. I’m still in shock and unbelief. It’s hard to understand why God calls some of his angels so early but in our earthly journey, we look to him for understanding. Since #technobaby is just 2 months older it’s hard to not put ourselves in their shoes and think the unimaginable. My friends lost their son and my son lost his playmate. My heart aches and all my thoughts and prayers go out to the family and Anthony’s three older brothers. St. Anthony, Pray for us!

Original post from March 22, 2017

Mama Shark has a beautiful story of her sister’s experience with infant loss. Edison’s legacy and story.


If you have experienced or are experiencing pregnancy or infant loss, these resources may be helpful: