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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.

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Thursday, July 21, 2011

New Directory: Blogs on Carrying to Term After Fatal Diagnosis

If you or someone you know has a blog about the experiences of carrying to term after a poor prognosis/fatal diagnosis and would like to share, please leave the links below as a comment.

http://thegiftofrachelslife.blogspot.com/
http://babyfaithhope.blogspot.com/
http://louielovescrystal.com/calvinphoenix/kissesforcalvin/

6 comments:

crystal theresa said...

there's are just the ones that come to mind right now...

http://www.caringforcarleigh.com/
http://sufficientgrace-kelly.blogspot.com/
http://vaydenjamesstewart.blogspot.com/
http://www.carriedthroughgrief.blogspot.com/
http://sweetkarafaith.blogspot.com/
http://lynettekraft.com/

Holly said...

http://elisvalley-perfectlove.blogspot.com

Crystal Theresa said...

http://katietwohearts.blogspot.com/

Sarah said...

I have just begun, but hope to help people out who received the same diagnosis we did- Limb Body Wall Complex

http://shebringsjoy.blogspot.com/


thanks!

Sarah said...

http://sriekelifeandgrace.blogspot.com/

RaeAnne said...

We carried our son, Samuel Evan, after his diagnosis of PUV, a fatal condition, at 15 weeks. His story is at http://imnotingwithoutyou.blogspot.com/.
I also created a group called All That Love Can Do: Support for families who are carrying a baby (or babies) with a fatal condition. The group offers support and encouragement during the pregnancy and love and hope after they are gone. Any family who is currently carrying, or has carried in the past, a baby or babies with a fatal condition is welcome to join. Like ATLCD at https://www.facebook.com/AllThatLoveCanDo?ref=ts&fref=ts, join the private group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/allthatlovecando/ and find help and resources at http://allthatlovecando.blogspot.com/ . You are not alone. We’re here to help in anyway we can as you courageously face this journey. <3