Today we want to take a moment to remember all the babies that did not have enough time with us. Whether their time was cut short though miscarriage, stillbirth or they were lost during their infancy, each of these little ones deserves to be remembered and loved.
Here are a few titles that discuss this under-talked-about topic:
Coping with Grief: The Anti-Guide to Infant Loss by Rebecca Patrick-Howard
Right now, through the months of October and November, $5 from each paperback and $0.99 from every eBook sale is going to the Empty Arms Foundation for SIDS Research.
About the Author
Rebecca Patrick-Howard, a former Crisis Intervention Specialist, lost her 7 week old son to SIDS in 2010. A full time writer, she is the author of several non-fiction books and makes her home in the mountains of eastern Kentucky with her husband and two living children.
Where to buyAmazon
Birth, Breath, and Death: Meditations on Motherhood, Chaplaincy, and Life as a Doula by Amy Wright Glenn
We are born, we die, and in between these irrevocable facts of human existence the breath weaves all moments together. "Birth, Breath, and Death" entwines story, philosophy, and poetic reflection into transforming narratives that are full of grace.