For the first time this evening, I’ll be among those at 7 p.m. who take part in a Remembrance Ceremony. I’ll light a candle to join with others to honor and remember.
Just in its second formal year, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day will likely never rival other more universally recognized days of remembrance. It’s intended to show support and help those — many suffering in silence — following the heartbreak of losing a pregnancy or an infant. Such a loss defies description.