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The one-year anniversary of any loss is painful, but for a pregnancy loss, there are no real societal guidelines one can follow. Is it appropriate to send a card to a couple who have suffered a miscarriage or stillbirth? It depends on the couple and how well you know them, but don’t assume that they’ve moved on. Writing a message in a miscarriage sympathy card is actually fairly simple. You do not have to write a message that specifically addresses the miscarriage.

Some common sympathy card messages that you can use are: “Our deepest sympathies during your time of loss. I hope you are encouraged to send a miscarriage sympathy card. Please do send a card! It’s really not as difficult as it may have seemed at first. Baby Loss Gifts & Cards.

Gifts and care packages can be a great way to express your sympathy and support. Grief affects the body is many ways. Women often need not only emotional support but physical healing after a miscarriage, stillbirth or.

A simple white card with a picture of tiny baby shoes covered in ribbons and flowers, surrounded by pink and white pearls resting on a silky pink background. A lovely quote stands beside the pretty picture. A humble card for anyone to give to parents or family members who have lost a baby girl by miscarriage.

On the anniversary of the loss of a baby through miscarriage, stillborn, or infant death, remember and offer words of support with this sensitive card. Yellow background with footprints for either boy or girl or gender unknown. Product Id: 1351120. Miscarriage gifts can be anything from a card to flowers, or even a sentimental gift of remembrance.

Know that it doesn’t have to be something big; here, it’s definitely the thought that counts. If there is a friend or a relative in your family who has lost a stillborn baby then send them sympathy messages to console them in these difficult times. Share with them sympathy messages for loss of child which perfectly express your feelings into words. Write them messages for consolation for loss or baby or miscarriage with the collection shared in the post.

Express your condolences with Hallmark sympathy cards. Our wide selection includes cards for loss of parents, spouses, pets, children and other loved ones. Miscarriage (3) There are 3 cards are available within the Any Man filter. or the anniversary of their passing. Create your own unique greeting on a Miscarriage card from Zazzle.

Choose from thousands of customizable templates or create your own from scratch! Anniversary Cards Greenery Sending Hugs Encouragement Sympathy Card. $3.45. 20% Off with code HELLOSAVINGS ends today. Personally, receiving a card would have been very meaningful.

Miscarriage is a very isolating and lonely experience so someone reaching out would be so sweet. I think the act of the card says “I see you, I see you pain, and I love you” and will communicate more than what you actually write in it.

List of related literature:

Parents may find it helpful to be sent a card on the anniversary of their baby’s death.

“Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing” by Glenys Boxwell (Connolly)
from Neonatal Intensive Care Nursing
by Glenys Boxwell (Connolly)
Taylor & Francis, 2010

On the anniversary of my miscarriage, I mailed the test.

“The Bend in Redwood Road” by Danielle Stewart
from The Bend in Redwood Road
by Danielle Stewart
Danielle Stewart, 2019

Shortly after Hope’s birth, we sent out a card to everyone we knew, telling them about Hope’s condition and explaining that her life would be very short.

“Holding On to Hope: A Pathway through Suffering to the Heart of God” by Nancy Guthrie
from Holding On to Hope: A Pathway through Suffering to the Heart of God
by Nancy Guthrie
Tyndale House Publishers, Incorporated, 2015

It is also common to feel a surge of grief on related anniversaries—the estimated due date for the baby you lost, the anniversary of the discovery of the pregnancy, as well as the anniversary of the loss itself.

“The Essential Homebirth Guide: For Families Planning or Considering Birthing at Home” by Jane E. Drichta, Jodilyn Owen, Christianne Northrup
from The Essential Homebirth Guide: For Families Planning or Considering Birthing at Home
by Jane E. Drichta, Jodilyn Owen, Christianne Northrup
Gallery Books, 2013

• Everyone who sent a telegram, condolence card, Mass card, condolence letter, or flowers.

“Letitia Baldrige's New Manners for New Times: A Complete Guide to Etiquette” by Letitia Baldrige, Denise Cavalieri Fike
from Letitia Baldrige’s New Manners for New Times: A Complete Guide to Etiquette
by Letitia Baldrige, Denise Cavalieri Fike
Scribner, 2009

These “anniversary reactions” are normal responses to the grief of anniversaries relevant to your baby’s life and death.

“Empty Cradle, Broken Heart: Surviving the Death of Your Baby” by Deborah L. Davis
from Empty Cradle, Broken Heart: Surviving the Death of Your Baby
by Deborah L. Davis
Fulcrum Pub., 1996

You have a great idea to send cards this year and include a short, handwritten note to those people who may be unaware of your husband’s passing.

“Happily Even After: A Guide to Getting Through (and Beyond) the Grief of Widowhood” by Carole Fleet
from Happily Even After: A Guide to Getting Through (and Beyond) the Grief of Widowhood
by Carole Fleet
Viva Editions, 2012

I understand, even more so now, why people keep this private—talking about a miscarriage can be quite emotional and uncomfortable for everyone involved.

“Nothing Changes Until You Do” by Mike Robbins
from Nothing Changes Until You Do
by Mike Robbins
Hay House, 2014

Last night I sent Twichell word that I knew Patrick had only a day or two to live, and he must not forget to provide a memorial wreath and pin a card to it with my name and Clara’s and Jean’s signed to it, worded, “In loving remembrance of Patrick McAleer, faithful and valued friend of our family for thirty-six years.”

“Mark Twain's Autobiography” by Twain, Mark
from Mark Twain’s Autobiography
by Twain, Mark
Aegitas, 2015

After loss, we add new anniversaries, such as the day our loved one died.

“You Can Heal Your Heart” by Louise Hay, David Kessler
from You Can Heal Your Heart
by Louise Hay, David Kessler
Hay House, 2014

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  • I know this is an old video. But i cried watching this. ��
    I was diagnosed of PCOS 5 years ago. Still fighting infertility and I’m about to start metformin.

  • Your story is so much like mine. I wish I had been able to watch this video back when I went through my missed miscarriage. I was waiting for my miscarriage to happen all through the holidays in 2018, and finally miscarried on New Years Day 2019. I’m so sorry for your loss. I still feel the loss of my baby some days. It’s so hard. �� Also wanted to say for other ladies who are waiting to miscarry that it took 4 weeks to the day from when the baby stopped growing, to when I miscarried. Hugs to all of you mamas

  • I know the pain. My last baby was due on my brothers birthday August 16th and the one before that was a November baby. So sorry for your loss and hopefully one day we’ll be blessed to be moms

  • So sorry for your loss ❤️. For me, talking with others who have been through the same thing helped me so much and to feel less alone ❤️

  • I just went through the exact same experience! Listening to you felt like you were telling my story. I wish I had seen this video while I was going through it, it would have definitely made the whole experience less frightening and lonely. Us women.. we are warriors Becca! We live through these ugly situations and we pick ourselves up and move on.. Like you said.. I wish I didn’t have to go through this but the silver lining is I am definitely a better woman because of it. ❤️

  • Im so sorry for your loss. You will get your beautiful rainbow soon. I don’t know why these things happen, but I do know that God has many wonderful things in store. �� Hugs to you.

  • Sis I am so glad you are back and learned from the experience!!! You looked so broken. I have been praying for you. I miscarried 11 years ago and God healed me like 6 years ago so I can relate to the loss. This adds to your testimony. We don’t know each other but I feel like you are definitely my sister.

  • Wow! The part about human rights/life really touched my SOUL! This will be my new way of explaining to people the problem with abortions as a lot of people genuinely feel like they’re actually fighting FOR human rights as advocates for abortion. “What is good will be bad, and what is bad will be good”.in addition, the way you broke down the facts about how miraculous it is for a person to even be born really inspired me to value my own life more! Thank you for breaking it down like that. Lastly, may God bless you and your family for the unimaginable pain you had to suffer through in order for you to be able to pinch our hearts with this life changing Word! ❤️❤️❤️

  • Thank you so much for sharing this video and your testimony. I feel like I can relate to some of the things you said, especially when you talked about pride. I’m definitely going to pray that God remove the spirit of Pride from me and to be more humble, compassionate, and on fire for the Lord. I thank God for you. God bless you today and always.


  • I really feel ur pain and emotions this video has touched me so much 3 years ago on the 22 April i had a 2nd miscarriage @ 6 weeks I felt very angry with myself that I let myself down. It’s never nobody’s fault these things happen. When u see the 2 lines on a test its a baby to me no matter what weeks u are u can still grieve. I cried at ur balloon release because the Ed sheeran song was in there I can still not listen to it now it’s just remind me of what could of Been. Thinking of u all today much love Sarah xxx

  • I am crying along with you. I am praying for your sweet family. My husband and I are in similar circumstances as your family. I pray your hurting will be healed by God and your rainbow baby will come soon. Love to you! ❤️

  • I just went through a missed miscarriage as well at 9 weeks and was looking for more answers on the medication to induce things. I so appreciate how open you were. Your video helped me so much and made me feel not so alone. Thank you so much, I hope you guys are all doing well ❤️❤️❤️

  • Thank you so much for sharing your story. I just found out tonight in the ER at 11.5weeks that they couldn’t find my baby, just a sac. I have to wait till I can get into the OB to confirm, but I’m bleeding and cramping and my HCG levels have dropped A LOT. We had just seen our baby at 8 weeks with a HB, so the bleeding was shocking to me. I really needed to hear the raw details because like you said it’s so hard to find the information. I’m hoping so much that this will all pass tonight, but I’m so afraid it won’t. I’m so sorry for your loss, I appreciate your story so much.

  • Thank you so much for sharing your story. I am currently going through a miscarriage with my first pregnancy, and hearing others stories is helping me feel not so alone. There are so many of us! I’m sorry for your loss. Thank you for your words.

  • I had a miscarriage on Tuesday and had horrible doctors and I’m still in pain I hope the pain goes away soon. I also had a missed miscarriage I’m sorry for your loss

  • I had a miscarriage earlier this year and my due date would have been October 24th. It’s been hard lately approaching that day. Thinking about where I would be right now. How I would probably be adding the finishing touches to the nursery, making sure my hospital bag is ready to go, and anxiously waiting for our little one to arrive. The hardest part for me is thinking how I would have brought my baby to Thanksgiving and Christmas this year and how excited we would be to celebrate his/hers first holidays.
    All I can do now is wait around for our rainbow ��

  • Currently 7-8 weeks pregnant but just had my second ultrasound because on my first one we didn’t hear the heartbeat. This current ultrasound we also didn’t hear the heartbeat again.. so now I’m home waiting for my blood test results as well as my 3rd ultrasound that’s scheduled for next week. I have a feeling I will have a miscarriage just because of what the doctors said, what I’ve read online and what my body is telling me. I’m so incredibly sad right now literally stuck in limbo waiting for results not knowing if the baby inside me is alive or not. Thank you for sharing your story, it really helps me understand what is to come and how to mentally prepare myself for it.

  • I definitely understand your pain. I went into a preterm labor at 5months with our baby boy and my Due date was Oct 6. I cry my eyes out every other night and I’m still trying to wake up from this horrible nightmare.

  • My due day was suppose to be 10/31/17. I feel your heartache and I’m sending prayers of comfort and strength. I’m praying that God blesses you with your rainbow baby soon!
    God bless you sweetheart ������

  • Thank you for sharing this. You’re such a beautiful soul and i’m so happy that you’re going to be putting out more videos!:D And like you said, we don’t know God’s timing, but it is perfect. The wait can be beautiful.

  • Thank you for this video. I just had a miscarriage and it’s been hard for my husband and I. But God has given us peace and comfort. We still have hope through God

  • Thank you for sharing. It good to just know there another person out there that had the same experience as me. I also found out @11 weeks and they told me from my ultra sound that the baby is @ 8weeks when it stopped growing. ☹️ I opted for medication to accelerate the wait. I bleed for 6 weeks after I got the green light to try again. After 5 month we are now pregnant with first child. We are very happy, very scared but hopeful. Good luck with your Journey ��

  • Nicole, this video was lovely and thank you for sharing such an intimate moment for you and your family. It must be so hard to deal with loss, I am fortunate that I have not had to deal with this, but my thoughts are with you and your sister x 

    Your loss of pancake is very much as valid as any other loss and don’t ever let anyone take that away. Your baby was loved from the moment that embryo split cells and that makes you entitled to feel how you want! Celebrate that little life, you lost your baby, its wonderful to remember the impact that little life had on yours!

  • You are a blessing! I don’t have any children but God loving you and moving you in your life is inspiring and can still speak to others in any area of life. Thank you for sharing and your honesty��

  • Im so sorry. I rebuke all evil spirits in the name of Jesus Christ. All spirits of miscarriage. I prayed God gives you the strength and peace. God bless you.

  • I’m so sorry for your loss. <3 Thank you for sharing this experience. I just had a chemical pregnancy at 7 weeks and we are very sad and shocked.... this was our first pregnancy.

  • I have had 2 chemicals pregnancy, and some people don’t call them loses some do, deep down I don’t know what to think, I just was it was a very early lose

  • Absolutely heartbreaking, and yet how beautiful you & your sister have each other. I’m so sorry for you both, and for your little ones who you did not get to hold. I’m sure they are looking down with joy knowing how much their momma’s treasure & remember them. �� sending all my love you and Stevie today. Xoxo

  • I think it was very judgmental for you to say that what people were praying for was getting on your nerves because their prayers were superficial. God allows his children to pray to him about their needs. You never know how fresh a persons journey is to Christ. Many may not yet be on the level you are on so dont be so quick to discount how they pray. As children of God we are to guide those in humility and not harsh judgement. But I’m also grateful you were able to grow closer to God during your loss. God bless you and your family.

  • I am so sorry this seems like such a rude question, but what did you do with it in the end? All the tissue?Did the hospital give you something for it?Did you throw out normally? I am so sorry

  • Beautiful tribute Nicole. I lost my baby at 6 weeks too due to an ectopic pregnancy and the hardest thing was there was a heartbeat but needed the emergency surgery to save my life.��

  • I lost my baby at six weeks two days ago and at first I was okay. I had low estrogen levels and my cervix begin to open.When I began to relive when he or she finally came out, U broke down dramatically. I’m preparing my tribute this Saturday. Losing a child is by far the worst thing I’ve ever experienced. This was truly a beautiful tribute, have a blessed life.

  • This vlog made me cry so much! I lost my little embryo at 9 weeks and it was hard! It took 5 years to get pregnant through ivf only to lose it! I now have a 7 year old and a 7 month old and i dont know what i would do without my 2 ivf mircles!!

  • Becca: Thank you for sharing. I just had a miscarriage end of May. It was so sad. This Covid isolation is hard and add a taboo loss doubles the isolation.
    I’m grateful you shared your unique experience.

  • So sorry for your lost. I think this bible verse will bring more clarity on why things happen and we don’t understand.
    “For the kind of sorrow God wants us to experience leads us away from sin and results in salvation. There’s no regret for that kind of sorrow. But worldly sorrow, which lacks repentance, results in spiritual death.”

    2 Corinthians 7:10 NLT

  • Thank you for posting this. We just had a miscarriage at 12 weeks a few days ago. It was our first pregnancy and is and was devastating. Hearing your story and others has helped immensely.

  • I was due October 12, 2017 he died April 24th when his umbilical cord was wrapped around his neck two times. I’m sorry for your loss.

  • It hurts I’m a father and I didn’t realise how sad I would be usually I’m a tough guy and nobody ever can read any emotions in my face but I cried on my own today and I feel a bit alone because I have to act like I’m ok and I haven’t got anyone to talk to I hope u are fine now and I hope it gets easier like me I have a daughter who’s just over 2 now

  • I had a miscarriage 25 yrs ago. If was Dec 1 at 7pm I started bleeding I thought it was maybe because I am a nunrse and I was working it was going to be my child my 5th child. I had gone to the doctor and told him because I still had the baby in me and I thought I was just spotting had an ultrasound and I got the results actually the receptionist told me there was no fetal tones and she did not understand so I told her that my baby didn’t make it so I waited and I started miscarrying about a week later and I started hemorrhaging at home I went to the hospital and I was hemorrhaging and I found out that I have two uteruses so I actually had two babies inside but I lost both when it was five months that was the one I delivered at home it was the size of my hand and it was a boy next morning I had to have a D&C and the three months was a fullblighted ovum I was awake I chose to be being awake for the D&C the bright side a month later I was pregnant and had another baby boy so he was my5th child…

  • Thank you for sharing your video, I myself have had two miscarriages and two ectopic pregnancies.But I am now going through it all again my daughter and my son-in-law they went for their baby scan this morning and there was no heartbeat, only last night we were all excited talking about the baby and she sent me photos of how big her tummy was comparing it to her tummy when she was pregnant with her first pregnancy my granddaughter. It hurts me more now than when I had lost a baby because it’s my daughter who going through it now, there is nothing anyone could say or do when something tragic like this happens also some people don’t think about the father in this case it’s their baby too.Mine happened over twenty eight years ago and it still hurt upon this day but worse because it’s my daughter and son-in-law. I am thanking you so much for your and husbands baby sad and heartbreaking memories that has helped me as a mother to help my daughter and son-in-law. God bless and stay safe x.

  • My first due day was in August. February will be my second. I bet all our angels are having so much fun with each other! What a life to never know evil and only know Jesus and heaven! So many prayers going up for you guys! Your rainbow is coming!

  • This is difficult for me to watch for a variety of reasons, & we can disagree about some things, but I absolutely hear God’s grace & love in your voice. That’s what matters, not an opportunity to pick apart your story. I’m so glad your ears opened & your eyes opened to the vulnerability of other people around you. Your story is not about my views or opinion or even correction. Your story is inspirational. Thank you for boldly sharing.

  • Becca, I’ve watched you since you were posting wedding planning videos. It’s breaking my heart to hear this story but thank you for sharing. I’m sure that God will use it to help many women. Many prayers to you and your husband ❤️❤️

  • Hi Mommy Nami, I had my miscarriage Last year mag 1 year old na Sana baby ko sa July ☹️ Same as you napaka Hirap pero kinakaya. Ingat Po palagi pati new baby mo ��

  • Thank you for sharing I believe God is drawing me closer to him and humbling me as well and he is taking me through my journey not only for myself but to help others trust in God and God alone I know he is able to do abundantly above all that we can ask

  • Thank you so much for sharing your testimony of God’s power even in the midst of such a tragic time in your life! Having suffered a stillbirth and then a neonatal loss, I can also attest to such a faithful, merciful and loving God despite such tribulation�� keep sharing your testimony! It is such a blessing!

  • I just miscarried in 9/28/17 with my first pregnancy and first miscarriage. It is hard for sure but we have to have hope and faith that our �� ���� are coming ������

  • I learned the same exact things you did after my miscarriage. I had just gotten married and wasn’t even trying when I got pregnant and had married the man of my dreams…I was proud! I also had a dream before my miscarriage but just shoved it aside. This happened almost 3 years ago and I am still trying for another but I’ve learned to WAIT! I’ve never had to wait in my life, for anything! I got everything when I wanted until now. I still cry and wonder what I could have done to prevent it but I know it was out of my hands and God’s will. Right now, I’m living, praising and believing God while I wait! Thank you for this video ����

  • You are a very strong woman, been watching you for a while. I can’t imagine The pit of sadness that having a miscarriage must bring. I’m 14 weeks pregnant with my first child after thinking i was infertiel for 10 years. I’ve been thinking about you’re video for a few days. I just can make sense of God giving you a child, letting it pass…just to let you learn these 5 lessons.
    I m a believer and in a hard season in my relationship with God very open with God about it, does this mean that HE might let my child pass just to teach me the lessons He this taught you?
    I know your massage is meant to encourage, but a part it somehow hurts my heart for said that you had a bit of pride and sin a wasn’t close enough so God let this happen to you? Id rather believe that we live in a broken world and sometimes the baby’s genetic makeup just wasn’t complet enough. Yes God can use this soul pain en let us grow.

  • Thanks for sharing this. Confirms what God’s been telling me about miscarriages, stillbirths, abortions, kidnappings, etc.

    Exodus 23:20‭-‬26 NLT

    “See, I am sending an angel before you to protect you on your journey and lead you safely to the place I have prepared for you. Pay close attention to him, and obey his instructions. Do not rebel against him, for he is my representative, and he will not forgive your rebellion.

    But if you are careful to obey him, following all my instructions, then I will be an enemy to your enemies, and I will oppose those who oppose you. For my angel will go before you and bring you into the land of the Amorites, Hittites, Perizzites, Canaanites, Hivites, and Jebusites, so you may live there. And I will destroy them completely.

    You must not worship the gods of these nations or serve them in any way or imitate their evil practices. Instead, you must utterly destroy them and smash their sacred pillars.

    “You must serve only the Lord your God. If you do, I will bless you with food and water, and I will protect you from illness. There will be no miscarriages or infertility in your land, and I will give you long, full lives…”

  • So encouraging! Thank you so much, Alyssa����❤❤ and yes abortion is heartbreaking. Having programmes for women who are struggling is something I’ve had on my mind… to provide help for women contemplating abortion, so that life can be preserved, for mommy and baby, to GOD’S glory������

  • Currently going thru my first miscarriage and I want to thank you for posting this video! It truly has helped me get thru this awful experience.