Here is a blog entry from one of my friends — someone I knew when we were teenagers, though I rarely get to see now. She had a stillborn son at 24 weeks, lost due to Trisomy 18. She wrote her entry on the seventh anniversary of his death, in hopes that it will help someone who is grieving, or to help those who comfort others who are grieving. Click here for the first part, and here is part two.
Filed under: miscarriage, Uncategorized | Tagged: death of a child, edwards' syndrome, fetal loss, grief, intrauterine fetal demise, iufd, losing a baby, loss of a child, miscarriage, mourning, patau syndrome, stillbirth, stillborn, trisomy 18 |