Some parents tragically lose their infants and unborn children. One nonprofit, Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep, uses photography to help parents heal.
The most exact science provided by the world’s top fertility specialists can produce a viable baby less than half of the time. Yet the stories of women in that other half can end in joy, too.
Callie Micks’ intensely personal book, ‘The Baby Binder,’ confronts infertility head-on, addressing the heartbreak, the worry, and the tears, and asks why do we care so little about an issue that affects so many women?
Two premature babies were born in New York City this summer, at similar ages. One was abandoned in a park, the other killed in a late-term abortion.
Parents often don’t know which hospitals will provide them care during pregnancy complications until it’s too late. We need hospital transparency to protect babies and mothers.
The documentary film explores the source of the cultural silence about the deaths of new and unborn babies, and how we can get away from it to bring families healing.
Algorithms help women celebrate babies on the way, but when that baby is miscarried or stillborn, they seem to magnify the pain.
If you are family or a friend of angel parents who have lost a baby, do what you can to let them know that they are not alone. Show them they are surrounded by love.
Why do we raise awareness about pregnancy and infant loss? Because once people know the truth, they can love others who are suffering.
- Mandatory Masks Aren’t About Safety, They’re About Social ControlTo those looking to benefit politically from emergenciecontinue reading >
- Media’s Unpunished Lies Hurt The Nation Far Worse Than Trump’s Indefensible TweetsThe grim joke of the 20th century was that one death iscontinue reading >
- COVID Rolls Downhill In Wyoming: The American People Are Making The Hard Calls When Our Leaders Won’t"That slice of government cheese is going to eventuallycontinue reading >