There are no words.
When it came to leaving the hospital after I gave birth
To the baby I had longed for
I gave birth to death
All we got to take home after nine long painful months
Is this collection of keepsakes.
THIS IS WHY WE REMEMBER
THIS IS WHY WE SPEAK UP AND TALK ABOUT OUR HARROWING EXPERIENCE
TO RAISE AWARENESS THAT THIS CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE
REMEMBERING MOLLY MEAR 12TH AUGUST 2013
The death of a baby is not a rare event. It can happen to anyone.
Every year, thousands of people in the UK are affected by the death of a baby or experience pregnancy loss.
A collaboration between more than 60 charities across the UK, Baby Loss Awareness Week is held from 9 to 15 October to raise awareness about the key issues affecting those who have experienced pregnancy loss or baby death in the UK.
Throughout the week bereaved parents, their families and friends, unite with each other and others across the world to commemorate the lives of babies who died during pregnancy, at or soon after birth and in infancy.
Now in its 16th year, Baby Loss Awareness Week calls for tangible improvements in research, care and policy around bereavement support and highlights bereavement support and services available for anyone affected by the death of a baby at any stage.
FROM BABY LOSS AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
Brian & Claire Mear pride themselves on putting on a good show. Photography is Claire's passion, only the finest collection of images will be added here by the best photographers.