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Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day | Candle Lighting | Angel Moms Babies

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October 15 is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. We light a candle in remembrance of Angel Babies and Angel Moms

I have been waiting all week to write this blog, but not my heart is so burdened by the remembrance it will bring that it is a little difficult to share this information on Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day.

What is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day?

It is a day of remembrance for those who have lost a baby to death / SIDS as well as for those who have had a miscarriage or stillbirth (pregnancy loss). It is traditionally observed by an International candle lighting at 7:00 pm tonight (October 15) as part of a remembrance ceremony. Some states / organizations choose to host a walk and / or candle lighting. I am sure that you can imagine the devastation caused by any one of these scenarios whether you have lost a child / pregnancy or not. I personally tear up at any serious though of losing one of my children and have spent hours heart broken at these mother's websites. They are so selfless in wanting to educate other moms based on their experiences with Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), Diseases and other experiences. This does include women who have lost their dreams of motherhood because of miscarriages and stillbirths.

Please make sure to scroll down the page to see if any moms have commented and visit this PRAYER page to pray for an Angel Mom that is hurting even more today as she lights that candle in remembrance of her Angel Baby.

The following are some websites that I would like to share with you on this day:

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day

Angel Moms (those who have lost children)

Remembering Our Babies October 15th ***
You can find schedules by locations and by state on the Activities / Walks page.

First Candles

Millions Mom Challenge

I have met for many moms and read so many blogs by mothers who have lost their children (or have terminally ill children) that this has become quite an emotional subject for me. I ask that you read and support these women when blog hopping (don't just pass by there important messages to help others and buttons).

Please make sure to LIGHT YOUR CANDLE at 7:00pm in remembrance of moms that have lost babies / pregnancies. Do not hesitate to add to the PRAYER list posted on this blog or launch a prayer list on your blog. Thank you for reading this blog post & participating!


In Motherly Love,
Mother Baby Child

10 comments:

BeaderBubbe said...

Oh, so heartwrenching..cant even imagine it. I too know moms who have had miscarriages and even worst have lost children through horrible accidents...one child died after getting a grape caught in her throat...my prayers always for those little angels and their families...

Robin Lynn said...

This is so precious and a sweet, poignant way to remember our babies that we 'lost'. We have two awaiting us in heaven ... our Jordan Lee and then, Jonathan Samuel.
I need to mark this day on my calendar for next year ... although I think about them often.

LC Hunt said...

Yes, it tears my heart as well. I had a miscarriage when I was 19 and married to my 1st husband. It was all such a blur that I thought my husband drugged me and made me lose the baby. It was hard to shake that because they were so mean at the hospital. I was left alone for quite sometime and my nurse was short and mean to me.

Savannah said...

That must be so hard, I can't imagine. Thanks for this post.

Thanks for stopping by my blog, http://ramblingsmom.com

LC Hunt said...

Yes, it was quite an experience :( You're welcome. Thank you for taking the time to read and follow my blog. I look forward to our keeping in touch :)

Cheryl@OntheOldPath said...

I was unaware of this day, I have miscarried and lost a younger cousin to SIDS thank you for this post and for your lovely words of kindness you left me. I am your 100th follower. Woohoo! :D

LaVonne @ Long Wait said...

I am pregnant now and cannot imagine losing my baby. I know it has to be so hard to lose a child. I know friends who have lost babies and one cousin had a funeral for her baby. Very sad. Thanks for reminding us about this day.

LC Hunt said...

Awe, congrats, LaVonne. Yes, these babies are in a better place, but there is still the feeling of loss. We look forward to following your pregnancy and welcoming your sweet baby :) Please keep in touch!

Lisa Ladrido said...

Thank you for this post, honoring all of our little angels in Heaven. Blessings to you as well. Lisa

LC Hunt said...

@Lisa Ladrido - Thank you, Lisa :)

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