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Sunday, July 18, 2010

Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope

Most of you who follow my blog and are part of the "babyloss community" also follow Kristin's blog and her journey after the loss of Stevie Joy.

Kristin has been working diligently to raise awareness about pregnancy and infant loss.  It is more common than most people realize.  In her effort to raise awareness, she has created a new blog called Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope.  It is a place where those who are apart of this "club" (the one no one wants to be a part of, and I hate when anyone has to join it) can share their stories, and others can know they are not alone.

I have shared our story for the world to see.  If my story helps even one person know they are not alone, then sharing it is worth it.  Our story isn't just about Bailey.  It's about the two losses before Bailey, the loss of our hopes and dreams for her, and the hope we have for the future. 

I AM a Face of Loss and I AM a Face of Hope. 

Help raise awareness for Pregnancy/Infant Loss.  If you would like to share your story, please visit Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope, and read how to submit your story.  You are not alone!


Elaine said...

that is a beautiful picture of you! and you do look very hopeful. I love it.

Brie said...

Hi Danae,

I find our stories quite similar. I too have had a couple miscarriages and a 2nd trimester loss which got us packing our bags and heading to a fertility specialist. The RE found that I had a septate uterus, and I also had a septum resection surgery. We're currently on round #2 of treatments. I look forward to following your journey, and am sorry for the loss of Bailey.