BabyLoss Awareness Week UK

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Re : BabyLoss Awareness Week UK

Post by denise » Tue Jul 20, 2004 06:08 am

What a great thing to raise awareness and to honor the lost babies. Do you need donations, what? How could we in the US help?

Ariana-born 5/3/03 at 35 weeks due to HELLP Syndrome/pre-e: 4 lbs, 17 1/2 inches

Will start TTC in October!!

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Re : BabyLoss Awareness Week UK

Post by for faith » Tue Jul 20, 2004 01:51 am

That is wonderful what you are doing Emily, I hope there is something going on in Southern California that I can attend.

:)

Jill
mommy to:
Tyler - 4 (36 wks, PIH)
Angel baby - 1/20/03 (11 wks)
Faith Kristine - 1/5/04-1/30/04 (30 weeks due to severe PE, passed due to NEC & Sepsis(preemie complications))

trying for #2 to share our lives with since 9/02

BabyLoss Awareness Week UK

Post by emilly » Tue Jul 20, 2004 07:52 am

Hi Everyone.

The 10th of October 2004 starts the BabyLoss Awareness week in the UK as some of you may know.
Events are being held throughout the country to remember our lost angels.

I am organising a Balloon Release for the Nottingham/Derby Area.

If anyone in this area would like to help/attend please let me know.
Much appreciated.
Love to you all
Em
xx

emillysmith@hotmail.com


Mummy to little Lydia, born 16th December 03. Passed away 21st Dec 03 in her parents arms. Forever missed.

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