Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day is a day of remembrance for pregnancy loss and infant death which includes but is not limited to miscarriage, stillbirth, SIDS, or the death of a newborn.

The day is observed with remembrance ceremonies and candle-lighting vigils, concluding with the International Wave of Light, a worldwide lighting of candles at 7:00 p.m.

Tonight the International Wave of Light is starting at 7pm, light a candle for at least one hour and with everybody else lighting their candles it means there will be a continuous wave of light around the world and we will all be united in remembering our lost babies. 
The world may never notice if a rosebud doesn’t bloom
or even pause to wonder if the petals falls too soon
But every life that ever forms or ever comes to be
touches the world for all eternity.
The little one we longed for was quickly here and gone
…but the love that was then planted still shines on.
And though our arms are empty
our hearts know what to do
every beating of our hearts say
we will remember you

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. debbie
    Oct 16, 2010 @ 12:00:10

    Thinking of you with warmth and love and light. x Love, Deb


  2. Steph
    Oct 17, 2010 @ 21:58:05

    I love that poem, Marie

    The Wave of Light is a nice concept too.

    For anyone interested…

    The Miscarriage Association holds an Annual Service of Remembrance every year.

    This year it’s on Sunday 14 November 2010 @ 3pm

    at St Theresa’s Church, Donore Avenue, Dublin 8.

    All are welcome. For further information…


  3. Luann
    Oct 19, 2010 @ 23:15:57

    Marie, I love the poem. Thinking of you lady and proud of you for the way that you continue to seek and press on! I have been and will continue to pray for you as you seek out what is right for you and your dear hubbie!


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