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By Michael R. Berman
Losing a pregnancy or new born is a grievous experience. Today the perinatal death rate in the U.S.–which refers to foetuses 20 weeks old through babies 4 weeks old–is about 14 per 1,000 births. Many more children die earlier in pregnancy and later in childhood. In Parenthood Lost, Dr. Michael Berman shares his insights from his experiences helping parents deal with their grief and unravels the confusing genetic and medical causes of miscarriage, stillbirth, and infant death. Through original poetry, first hand stories told by parents, and articles describing genetic and medical disorders, Parenthood Lost offers clarification and hope for parents who have suffered this tragedy.
A booklet of 14 patterns of gowns, sleeping bags and blankets for our angels.
Thank you so much to all our knitters for your kind support.
By Elizabeth Laird
Twelve-year-old Anna is looking forward to the birth of her baby brother. Ben arrives, but is disabled and will never be like other children. Anna loves him with her whole heart, but she finds herself unable to admit the truth of Ben’s condition to her school friends. Eventually the truth gets out and leads not to the ridicule Anna expected, but to sympathy and understanding.
An emotional and wonderfully written story by Elizabeth Laird, Red Sky in the Morning was Highly Commended for the Carnegie Medal.
by Ann Douglas, John R. Sussman M.D., Deborah L. Davis, John Sussman
Written especially for parents who have lost a child, Trying Again provides facts to help determine whether you, or your partner, are emotionally ready for another pregnancy.
By Pat Schiewbert
A new book from the author of “When Hello Means Goodbye.” Created especially for children who are suffering the loss of their families pregnancy