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Tag Archives: National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Month
Amy Anderson donated 92 gallons of breast milk and is shifting the law to help lactating women
Amy Anderson of Caribou, Maine, has two living sons and several other children who were lost to miscarriage. “Lost” isn’t quite the word for it, though, because Anderson continues to have a relationship with them — particularly Bryson, who was … Continue reading
The month, specifically October 15th, serves as a remembrance for babies that were lost to miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, SIDS, etc.
Losing an infant is extremely difficult. In an effort to raise awareness of such a highly sensitive and difficult topic, October was designated as Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month back in 1988 by President Ronald Reagan. Even in 2014, … Continue reading
A place where parents can find support after losing a child
Ellen Kelly Daley is the president of the board of directors at HAND, a resource network of parents, professionals, and volunteers who provide support for those who have lost a baby before, during, or after birth. She is a professional … Continue reading