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Babyloss Awareness

We will never stop raising awareness of pregnancy and infant loss.


Losing a baby should not be a taboo subject, families should be able to talk about their babies and their grief should be recognised, no matter how early in the pregnancy they lost their babies.


I know that improvements have been made over the years but there is still so much more that can be done.


We hope that soon the Babyloss certificates will be introduced for all families and not just families who have recently suffered their losses as many families desperately need that recognition that their babies existed and they have been waiting a long time for that.


We hope that all families should receive something in memory of their lost babies and not just families who have lost babies later on but all early losses too.


We are always reaching out to more nhs trusts to offer our services and gradually more of them are accepting our help.


My team and I are all bereaved parents and we are committed to supporting families, so please don't hesitate to reach out to us.


Our Angel Bears are always here for you 💖💙

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