Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day: A Collection of Our Stories of Loss

October 15th is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. For many of us who have felt the incomparable pain of losing a child, knowing that others have been through something similar can be the difference between despair and hope. If you have a story of loss, we hope you find comfort in these stories of others.

Read on for a collection of our stories. You are not alone in your loss.

I am 1 in 4: Breaking My Silence on Miscarriage and Infant Loss


I Lost My First Baby to Miscarriage, and I Almost Lost Myself

Lessons Learned from Loss: My Miscarriage Story

Braving the Negativity to Go Public with My Infertility Struggle

What I Wish I Had Known: 3 Unexpected Hardships of Miscarriage

When Miracles Happen

Mind The Gap

I’m Thinking of You Today.

Is this Normal? I Miscarried and Didn’t Care

The Silent Struggle of Secondary Infertility

My Embryo Donation Failure—and Its Happy Ending

A Rainbow After a Storm

Your baby mattered. May you feel peace in your heart as you remember them today.


Lianna is a homesteading mama of three: a sparkly seven-year-old daughter, a joyful five-year-old boy, and a confident three-year-old boy. After graduating from the University of Iowa’s college of education, she started Wondergarten Early Enrichment Home, a multi-age, play-based early childhood program. A self-proclaimed Queen Dabbler, she has a long list of hobbies (from gardening and canning to sewing and painting), and doesn’t mind being only mediocre at all of them. She lives with her husband, mother, three kiddos, dog, cat, rabbits, dwarf goats, and chickens on an acreage in the country. The Cornally family spends their time talking about education, learning how to grow and preserve their own food, and romping around in their woods.


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