For parents that have had a stillborn or miscarriage, there is no time to experience wonderful memories with your baby. All we have is the time we shared while they were in our womb and we felt the kicks and movement and hopefully daddy got to share in some of that as he felt his baby move. We may have the memories at the Dr appointments hearing the heartbeat, or seeing the amazing pictures on the ultrasound, but that is the only thing we have to hold onto that was a "living" memory.

That is why it is so important to take time in the days, months and years following the death of our babies, to create special memories. These times are precious and help in the healing and grieving process. They help honor the life and spirit our loved one and provide an opportunity to memorialize them in a special way.

The links at the top of this page offer some suggestions for you, and provide personal examples of what we did for our daughter's due date and birthday.

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