The Baby Loss Series

These beautiful animations break the silence on all aspects of baby loss. The voices in the animations are from the Stillbirth Stories audio archive of testimonies from women and men who have experienced loss.

Through The Baby Loss Series we want to raise awareness of the prevalence of baby loss, make parents feel more supported and less alone. Together, we are a community for change. #TogetherForChange #BreakingTheSilence

Coping with grief

"It affects everything... socialising, working. Just being is very difficult." Visit our baby loss support information for advice about coping with grief.

Having a post-mortem

"Although it didn't show anything it did tell us there wasn't anything wrong... which is a massive thing." Visit our baby loss support section for information about having a post-mortem.

For family and friends, how to give support

"It's not spoken about at all. Even now, my mum, she says, "Don't dwell on it"." Visit our baby loss information for advice about supporting loved ones.

Making memories

"I cuddled him and I spoke to him. I tried to bond with him like I would a normal child." Visit our baby loss support information for more about making memories.

Planning a funeral

"This is the only thing you can do for this child. You've got to imagine. It's like every birthday party... every christening... every wedding." Visit our baby loss support information for advice about how to plan a funeral.

Trying for another baby

"Nothing prepares you for the anxiety. Every scan made me so nervous because the last time I lay down for a scan someone told me my baby had died." Visit our baby loss support information for more about pregnancy and parenting after loss.

Remembering your baby

"He's sort of acquired his own personality in the things that we've done in honour of his memory, whether it's fundraising, writing or just sharing his memory." Find out how you can fundraise in memory of your baby.

Recurrent miscarriage

"By the fourth time, all the joy and anticipation had completely evaporated." Visit our recurrent miscarriage page for support, information and advice.

Remembering your baby

After loss, you may find yourself exploring different ways to remember your baby. If you would like, you can set up an In Memory page.
Find out how
Two speech bubbles. The first say, "We try to do something nice... and celebrate that he was and is our son." and the second, in reply, says, "He's sort of acquired his own personality in the things that we've donein honour of his memory."