About this blog

The intent of this blog is to form an interactive community where parents of dead babies can come together and swap information, stories, tears, memories and encouragement. This is designed to be a neutral place. We are not religious nor are we anti-religious. Come as you are. You can sign the guest book, add your baby(ies) to the baby name memory list, review books on infant death, add warnings about movies and books that contain a dead baby, add your blog to our directory or a number of other things. Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or would like to see something added to this blog. Rule One: be kind to each other. We're all in this together. We all suffer and miss our babies madly.

What's New?

If you are new to blogging and would like to be featured please let us know! Looking for parents who are new to this community and are looking for some peer support.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Remembering Peyton, George & Emily this month

I wanted to post that October is an especially hard time for Peyton, George & Emily's family.  Today is Peyton's Angelversary, Geroge's Angelversary is later this month and later this month was Emily's due date.  Please keep these families in your thoughts.  If you would like to contact them, or read their stories, click on their names in the calendar at the bottom of the home page for their info.

Lighting a candle for Peyton, George and Emily all month long.

This image was stolen from Raffledoocious on Flicker and I give this person all credit.

2 comments:

Emily said...

Thank you, Heather. It amazes me how I can just fall apart after doing so well for the last few months. When I think about where I SHOULD be right now, what I SHOULD be doing, how I SHOULD be feeling, it just gets unbearable. I appreciate any prayers sent my way, even though right now I've finally reached the "Anger Stage" and really just don't want anything to do with God except to yell at Him.

Once A Mother said...

I was so touched to come across this post. Thank you for reminding me that we are not alone today as we make our way through this difficult milestone. Your kindness in remembering my Peyton moves me.