Tomorrow is October 15th and Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Tomorrow around the world many people will light candles for their little ones that have been taken far to soon. Such a beautiful tribute for those we carry in our hearts and not in our arms.
For many of us this day will be like all others. We will remember our sweet babies like we did yesterday and like we will do the day after tomorrow. Its a journey we live every day. The journey of how to incorporate our lives with the life that was taken to soon. To forget them is impossible. To remember them is easy but to incorporate them into our daily lives is the hard part.
Everyday I think about my daughter. Even 8 years later. I imagine her in the laughter of my boys, I envision her in every little girl I see in a pretty dress. A song can come on the radio that instantly triggers some memory of the short time I had her or a wish of what it would be like if I still did have her.
So tomorrow I will join a group of people, all of which know the struggle all to well. Tomorrow we will light two candles in our home. One for or sweet baby girl Trinity Leigh and one for all the other sweet angels who were taken for this world to soon. Please join us tomorrow at 7pm-8pm (your time) and light a candle for these sweet babies. If you know someone who has lost a baby please let them know you are thinking of them, and use their child's name. Sometimes hearing others say their name and knowing they are remembering our children is one of the biggest gifts your can give them on a day like tomorrow.
Hugs and love to you as you remember your sweet Trinity tomorrow.
Love and hugs coming your way!
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