Online memorial garden launches to help moms honor miscarried and stillborn children

The Garden of Remembrance is a place where parents can honor the life of their baby. By Clare Marie Merkowsky NOKESVILLE, Virginia, May 14, 2020 – A flower garden has been launched online that dedicates a “memorial flower” to miscarried or stillborn babies, allowing mothers and fathers to have a lasting, public remembrance of their beloved lost …

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How the grief of pregnancy loss shows the value of preborn human beings

By Susanne Maynes On a beautiful autumn afternoon about a year ago, I played with three of my grandchildren in their backyard while their parents went to an ultrasound appointment. We were all excited to hear about the progress of this pregnancy in particular, because my daughter-in-law was carrying twins. Today’s appointment at 18 weeks …

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How Legal Abortion Twists Society’s Response to Miscarriages

By Dr. Jacqueline Abernathy, Assistant Professor of Public Administration at Tarleton State University October is Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month, a time when we remember children lost to miscarriage, stillbirth, and SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), and the families they have left behind. As a mother who has lost two of my children to …

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Abortion’s War on Miscarriage: Taking Back Our Children

By Kyle Townes For generations the abortion industry has directly impacted the way miscarriages are experienced across America. This includes the medical profession that has been deeply influenced by the language of the “pro-choice” movement to the point that women experiencing miscarriages are routinely told false information about their own children and that information impacts …

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The midwife thought my miscarried baby was just ’tissue’… then she saw the photo and cried.

By Kyle Marie Editor’s note. This appeared at Live Action News and is reposted with the author’s permission. On July 1, 2019, my husband and I found out the devastating news that our baby’s heart had stopped beating just that day, when the baby was 8 weeks and 2 days old. As the ultrasound tech …

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How Pregnancy Loss Exposes Abortion’s Elephant in the Room

By Susanne Maynes Years ago, as I drove my three young boys across town one day, an image randomly popped into my mind. I saw a bedroom with three regular-sized beds in it. Along one wall stood two tiny additional beds. All the beds were made up in plain white sheets. I pondered the picture …

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“A Thing I’ll Never Understand”: the tragedy of an unborn life cut short

By Dave Andrusko My wife and I are big fans of Netflix and we keep an eye on which episodes of old shows (for which no new episodes are being made) will no longer be available to watch. There is always scuttlebutt about whether Longmire, one of our favorites, will be dropped. Why do I …

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One Surprising, Powerful Ministry Pregnancy Centers Can Provide to Their Communities

By Susanne Maynes It was clear the young woman was in no hurry to leave our clinic. I had just spent an hour with her, and now we stood near the door saying our goodbyes. I offered her a hug. She not only accepted it, but silently clung to me for about two minutes. “Thank …

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Dad’s touching photo is a reminder that pregnancy affects men, too

By Texas Right to Life October was Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, a time to commemorate babies whose lives with us may have been brief but will be forever remembered by their grieving families. Each year, miscarriage, stillbirth, and early infant loss affect thousands of families. Many people don’t realize the extent of this …

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Women furious as Planned Parenthood equates miscarriage and abortion

By Kelli Planned Parenthood shared an article last week that has drawn the ire of many on social media. It likened miscarriage to abortion, calling the two “sisters.” Pro-Life Libertarians shared a screen shot of the posting, commenting with a quip of their own, showing how nonsensical they felt the comparison was: The Daily Wire shared …

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Mother miscarries, but doctors later amazed to discover she is carrying a second “miracle baby”

By Dave Andrusko Already the happy mother of two, Michelle Hui learned she was pregnant again in 2016. But at just a little over six weeks, she found blood stains on her pants, according to Anastasios Manaras of the Weekly Observer. Doctors tell Mrs. Hui and her husband Ross, she has lost her baby. To …

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Takeaways for pro-lifers from a powerful PSA about pregnancy loss created by “Big Bang Theory” star Melissa Rauch

By Dave Andrusko To put it mildly, I am not on top of popular culture, even the most popular of popular culture such as the hit CBS television show The Big Bang Theory. That’s my excuse for not knowing about an incredible essay one of the stars of the show, Melissa Rauch, wrote about her …

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