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Navigating Pregnancy and Infant Loss

Mayson. Charlotte. Patrick. Landen.

These children did not come home to live with their families, but their brief lives have had a lasting legacy.

Join their mothers – Tosh Taylor, Melannie Eldridge, Amy Boljkovac, & Kim Nelson – as they share thoughts with Pickle Planet’s Jenna Morton on pregnancy and infant loss, life after loss, and how families in the Moncton area can gather to remember children who died at the annual Walk to Remember.

(The cover photo with this post is from the International Childrens’ Memorial Place in Prince Edward Island. This sculpture was created by Julie Glaspy; the site is open to the public from May through September. There are gardens, memorial trees, and more.)

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3 thoughts on “Navigating Pregnancy and Infant Loss

  1. Sherry September 14, 2018 at 1:43 am

    This is such important work that you are doing that will help not only you, but so many parents out there in similar situations that seem impossible to overcome. It is because of people like you that make me so proud to be a fellow Canadian. Great work! 🙂

  2. Julie Poitras September 14, 2018 at 1:00 pm

    Thank you for this podcast. Brigning awareness to infant loss is important. There are so many ways that an infant can be loss and you covered so many aspects. Thank you they will never be forgotten and sharing is important. See you at the walk to remember, i will be walking for Francis

  3. Layla February 21, 2020 at 11:26 pm

    Thank you for this episode, even tho it is almost two years old it was so therapeutic to listen to the stories of other women in these situations. I needed it.
    We will be joining the Walk to Remember this year, walking for Ryker.

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