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When a child is born, people celebrate, when a child dies people pretend nothing happen

When A Child Is Born, People Celebrate, When A Child Dies People Pretend Nothing Happen - Pregnancy - 2022

“When a child is born, people celebrate, when a child dies, people pretend nothing happen.

Acknowledge our children by breaking the silence surrounding miscarriage, stillbirth, and infant loss.”

October is Pregnancy and Baby Loss Awareness Month. It’s a special opportunity to mark the lives of babies lost in pregnancy or at or soon after birth. 👼 👼 👼

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📸: @peniel_enchill .

Originally posted 2021-10-01 06:47:08.

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Her twin brother James passed away at 18 weeks gestation

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  1. I lost my baby on 29nd April 2017 (13th week of pregnancy). Our baby girl was born on 29th April 2019. I wish all of you your healty babies ❤️

  2. No one said: I am sorry for your loss, people prefer forget or to say soon you will have another pregnancy or things go through something

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