I'm sure every single person who reads this blog is already aware, but today is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Please visit IAmTheFace.org to donate, upload a picture of yourself, and show support. They are trying to get 2,000 pictures from 2,000 women who have experienced loss in order to represent the number of women and families who lose a pregnancy or infant every day. Every day. Can you imagine?
Sunday my parents and grandma and I went to a memorial service that the hospital holds each year for all the lost babies and children. Tuesday marked six months from Caleb's birth and death. Today is this important day, and in honor of Caleb, I'll be going to the hospital to donate some outfits for babies born too tiny - they had nothing that would fit Caleb except a hat. I'll also be going to a candlelight vigil and balloon release tonight (anyone in Omaha: Heartland of America Park at 7pm!) to remember Caleb...
Avery and Alexander
Brody, Logan, and Wyatt
Jonah and Noah
and all the names I can't list here (if I missed your child, post in the comments and I'll add!), and all the babies that were gone to early to have names.
To all of them, I remember. You can remember by lighting a candle in honor of today at 7pm to take part in the Wave of Light.