Hello! My beautiful, perfect baby girl passed away October 1, 2017. My sweet Savannah was stillborn. I'm having a very hard time getting thru it. I have a 6 year old little boy, Mason, that I know I have to keep going for. He has been begging for a sibling since he was 3 years old and was so excited to be his baby sisters super hero big brother. The disappointed, heartbroken and terrified look on his face in the hospital that day will be burned in my mind for the rest of my life. I've been trying to just deal with this on my own cause it seems like everyone is moved on and over it and it's maddening because to me it still feels like yesterday. So I thought this would be a good place to start seeking help from people who have Been thru situations like this. How do you get thru it? How do you deal with the constant pain and feeling of guilt? Why isn't there more research on stillbirths?