A South Australian family is left stunned to learn how their deceased baby left in a bucket and mixed-up in the morgue at Port Pirie Hospital.
MKR stars Carly Saunders and Tresne Middleton lost their daughter, Poppy in February. Now the pair are overcoming another heartbreaking loss.
Whitney and Justin have lived through the heartbreak of several miscarriages but their friend and photographer found a way to beautifully capture their family, angel babies and all.
For over 16 years Louise and her husband tried for a baby only for their baby dreams to be shattered around the 14-week gestation mark.
“I know what you’re thinking… how is that even possible? But it’s true. I have no idea what it actually feels like to be pregnant. I don’t know what it feels like to be so nauseous to the point of needing to throw up. I’ve never gotten to see my baby’s sweet smiling face on an ultrasound. I’ve never gotten to hear their beautiful heartbeat. I don’t know what any of that feels like.”
“She looked so beautiful and peaceful, like a tiny little sleeping baby. I knew what my baby looked like and now I could remember it forever. Finally, I was at peace and ready to say goodbye.”
“5. It’s nearly impossible to stop thinking about the due date that never will be.”
Through the process of a saline bath, mothers may be able to stop time for a few extra hours or even days, allowing them the time to say goodbye to their babies that, for whatever reason, grew their angel wings sooner than expected.
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October 15 is now OFFICIALLY recognised as International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Rememberence Day, a relief for bereaved parents.
Our thoughts are with Chrissy and every other mum who has ever said, “My baby would have been born this week.”