Losing a baby at an early stage of pregnancy can make commemorating their loss difficult. Our midwife Sophie has some advice for any parents who want to honour the life of their little one.
'I know it’s silly, really: there is no actual difference between 23:59 on December 31 and 00:01 on January 1...'
Blogger Leigh from Headspace Perspective writes an insightful and touching piece about the challenges of letting go of a year in which you've lost a baby.
Al from The Dad Network talks to us about how recurrent miscarriage has made he and his wife stronger. They’re preparing to celebrate this Christmas as a family and focus on being grateful for what they have.
'Christmas is a time of cheer, of celebration and happiness. But what if your heart doesn't match this ideal?'
Blogger Michelle who writes at Dear Orla, writes about pregnancy after loss this festive season.
‘You feel so isolated when you lose a baby because people just don’t know what to say and really there is nothing they can say. A gift like this is actually all it takes.’ Susan Jackson.
‘Our daughter has never forgotten the Tommy’s Tape and is really keen to have this for her daughter in turn!’
Tommy’s midwife Sophie has given some advice for those facing this Christmas without their much loved baby.
Our National Centre for Miscarriage Research is nearly 8 months old! Read about our fantastic achievements so far and how you can be involved in ending the heartache of miscarriage.
Jess from The Legacy of Leo writes about coping with grief through the festive season and the beautiful way she and her wife are commemorating their baby boy Leo, born sleeping last January.
Tommy’s is pleased to see that recent Mumsnet Survey results show big improvements in miscarriage care, but there are still some worrying trends which need to be addressed.