faces of loss, faces of hope

I am the face of Missed Miscarriage

And I am just one of the 2,000 faces affected by pregnancy/infant loss everyday. October 15th is National Pregnancy/Infant Loss Awareness Day, and leading up to that, I am remembering my Little One Lost by participating in the $2,000 for 2,000 faces campaign. Please join me by visiting and making an easy $1 donation... in the name of my lost baby, in honor of my "take home baby" Gwen, or in the name of one that you've lost. I did $2, one for both of my babes.


Every single day in the US, 2,000 women lose a baby to pregnancy and infant loss. That’s 700,000 a year, a third of every female in this country. So why does no one talk about it?

In honor of October 15th, National Pregnancy/Infant Loss Remembrance Day, we are opening up the conversation. We are “putting a face” on miscarriage, stillbirth, and infant loss. We are sharing our faces, and declaring to the world, “I am not ashamed to talk about my baby.”

The goal of the I AM THE FACE campaign is simple: to spread awareness of pregnancy/infant loss, and raise support for those who are affected by it. With your help, we will raise $2,000 for the 2,000 women who experience the loss of a child every day. $2,000 for 2,000 faces.

Donations will go to Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope, a nonprofit organization with a mission of providing support and resources for parents who have lost a child through miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss and to spread awareness of pregnancy and infant loss throughout the greater community.


I am the face of missed miscarriage, of early loss, and of first pregnancy gone wrong.

And I am not afraid to talk about it.

I am also the face of hope. Just look at my beautiful daughter to see that.

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