Miscarriage and Infant Loss Month Giveaway

October is Infant Loss and Miscarriage month.

Every month seems to have a laundry list of assignments these days. We tend to skim over them, until they apply to our own lives. Since this one touches our family this year, I thought I’d take a moment to recognize it.

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A while back, a sweet artisan reached out to me offering a really lovely giveaway for my readers. She creates all sorts of sewn and embroidered goods, but one really shines above the rest. These sweet little memorial blankets are a lovely tribute to your little one.

One of the hard parts of losing a child to miscarriage is that there is so little in the way of memories. It’s a huge loss of something that you had for only a moment. Anne’s little blankets are a sweet, tangible reminder.

She worked with me, tossing ideas back and forth, listening to my ideas and adding great ones of her own. It was a joy to work with Anne.

Anne has generously offered one of her sweet blankets to one of my readers! There are a few ways to enter. Hop on over to Anne’s site and sign up for her email list. Then jump to her facebook and give her a follow. After you’ve done that, follow this blog and leave a comment that you’ve done it all! Each step will give you one entry.

I’ll announce our winner on October 15!

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Our winner is Beth! Congrats and prayers for all of the mama’s and their babes in heaven. Beth, Anne will contact you shortly!

12 thoughts on “Miscarriage and Infant Loss Month Giveaway

  1. You are right, there isn’t much tangible! We try to honor our miscarried baby with a party on the day I miscarried and the day that would have been her due date.

    I did all three of the tasks as well. 🙂

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  2. I lost my son after birth, at just 3 days old. I then suffered 5 other miscarriages before I opted to have a hystorectomy. This blanket would help with healing process greatly. I have done all that is asked to enter the giveaway. Now just to wait and see what happens.

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