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Child loss awareness. I am 1 in 4. #ChildLoss #Miscarriage #Infertility I lost 3 but was blessed to keep 2 here with us

Child loss awareness. I am 1 in 4. #ChildLoss #Miscarriage #Infertility I lost 3 but was blessed to keep 2 here with us

Grief only exists where love lived first...missing my Kelly hug on my birthday and every single day

Grief only exists where love lived first...missing my Kelly hug on my birthday and every single day

For the past five years October 15 has held a very special place in my heart. My son died on August 29, 2009 and that October was the first time I had ever heard of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day. I had just returned to work and was still incredibly broken. October was probably […]

For the past five years October 15 has held a very special place in my heart. My son died on August 29, 2009 and that October was the first time I had ever heard of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day. I had just returned to work and was still incredibly broken. October was probably […]

October is Pregnancy and Infant loss awareness month.  I've had 4 miscarriages and today it's officially official that we are done having children. Rather than feeling relief or peace I'm surprised at how difficult this is to accept. #miscarriage

October is Pregnancy and Infant loss awareness month. I've had 4 miscarriages and today it's officially official that we are done having children. Rather than feeling relief or peace I'm surprised at how difficult this is to accept. #miscarriage

"A Word About Pregnancy/Infant Loss Awareness Month" Laura Ketchie, LPC.  October is pregnancy/infant loss awareness month. 25% of pregnancies end in miscarriage.  It is a silent epidemic with a stigma attached. Counselor, Laura Ketchie, gives her account experiencing fetal loss, encouraging others to speak out:  www.ccofmooresville.com

"A Word About Pregnancy/Infant Loss Awareness Month" Laura Ketchie, LPC. October is pregnancy/infant loss awareness month. 25% of pregnancies end in miscarriage. It is a silent epidemic with a stigma attached. Counselor, Laura Ketchie, gives her account experiencing fetal loss, encouraging others to speak out: www.ccofmooresville.com

Not a lot of people know when, or even that it happened, but I lost a baby #miscarriage  #breakingthesilence #neverforget

Not a lot of people know when, or even that it happened, but I lost a baby #miscarriage #breakingthesilence #neverforget

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