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My Esme by Amy Campbell

This blog describes the final hours with Esme, one of twins. Charlotte will one day be able to read about her sister herself. Photographs and written memories will be a link to Esme in years to come.

Clearly for many bereaved parents writing about their experiences is valuable in their grieving. This is a good thing for them and for others with whom their words will strike a chord, ring bells. You are not alone.

Every new blog post about losing a baby helps break the taboo.

We share this beautifully written blog on the first anniversary of Esme’s passing. Please click HERE to read Esme’s story.

We wish Amy and her family healing and comfort.

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Bereaved mum Lisa shares her story of baby loss…

Inspired by others sharing their experiences, we heard from Mum Lisa Peruzzi.

Lisa writes…

“It all started at 23+4 when I was taken in hospital with pre-eclampsia and a week later I developed a severe form and had to deliver my son at 24+3. With immature lungs he battled in NICU for 37 days and sadly the night he died I arrived at 23:10 to find my boy waiting for me and I held him sobbing my heart out for him telling him I loved him and I was proud to be his mum and I was sorry he came early and it wasn’t his time. I watched as he took his last breaths and he died. I love my boy. He was my angel after 5 miscarriages. Now I am battling going back to work and passing my driving test. You need to set yourself a goal and focus on the future you’re always a mummy xxx”

Our volunteer photographer Jenifer Ashwell captured images for Lisa to remember her beautiful son.

It’s lovely to see smiles despite circumstances, and though we often see tears, there are times when smiles appear and there is happiness in the room.

Thank you Lisa for sharing your beautiful son, we wish you comfort and healing.

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Saying Goodbye… Part Three by Kirsty Nguyen

We expect at some point to have to arrange a funeral for a parent, but for a baby? No. The loss of a baby goes against the natural order of things.

This, the third in a series of three, may help someone reading it to make some of their own goodbye decisions.

“As odd as this sounds, it was the perfect service and I was so proud of what we did for our little girl. ”

Please click HERE to read part three of Kirsty Nguyen’s blog about losing her daughter Holly.

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Our 4th year is already underway!

One week on from our 3rd Birthday, we’d like to share our plans for Remember My Baby’s future.

Thank you for your incredible support so far, we hope you’ll continue to spread the word, to photographers, to health professionals, and to families who may need us.

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