By: Vicki Kiefer, Share Accounting Manager Ten years ago, seven months after our second early pregnancy loss, my husband and I attended our first Share Walk for Remembrance and Hope. I don’t remember much of what was said at the memorial service, and that year we had not yet
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By: Becca When it comes to pregnancy and infant loss, for the couple, the close family, even friends and colleagues, the emotion and pain can be felt like a tidal wave over the people involved, these people feel loss in different ways, and deal with it differently. It is hard
Each month, families and friends have the opportunity to donate to Share “In Memory Of” the baby or babies they have lost. This month we honor and remember the names listed below. In Memory Of: Faith, Hope, and Aspen By: Nicole Sneesby Charles Benjamin Baker By: Pam and Paul
By: Sabrina Ivey October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month. 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage. 1 in 160 pregnancies end in stillbirth. Every day in the United States, approximately 70 babies are born still and silent. That’s 70 mothers and fathers who leave the hospital empty handed.
By: Rose Carlson Those who work with and support families who experience the tragic death of a baby know just how meaningful ceremonies, rituals and memorial events are to heartbroken parents. Many parents continue to honor their baby over the years, and they are especially appreciative when others also remember
By: Joy Boresi “I’m very sorry, but I see your baby’s heart, and it’s not beating.” Those were the words that turned my and my husband’s world upside down. We had tried for years to become pregnant, and the day we found out we were expecting was one of the
Each month, families and friends have the opportunity to donate to Share “In Memory Of” the baby or babies they have lost. This month we honor and remember the names listed below. In Loving Memory Of: Charles Benjamin Baker By: Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson By: Mike Brady May