This is the day of Remembrance for so many as they acknowledge October 15th, National Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Day. Today we stand with and hold hands with our sisters, brothers, friends and loved ones who grieve their babies gone too soon and dreams unmet with their absent.
The love of others sustained us and carried us through our weakest season. It is a responsibility they didn’t take lightly. They didn’t understand what burying a child was like; they only knew that we were hurting.
Ladies, your little ones are on the target. They are waiting for you in heaven so you can spend eternity together. That miscarriage, the still birth - that was not the end.
Meet Waiting in Hope Leader: Ashley Reed, Tyler, Texas Local Leader as she shares her story of infertility, health issues, loss, and adoption.
Beth Ann Mergens #waitinginhopestories of unexpected secondary infertility, losses, hoping in the in between times.
Giving you back to God was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. I often ask God to scoop you up in His mighty arms and talk to you about me... How deeply I love you child.