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For all inquiries or other feedback/comments about the website, you can use the quick “reply” section here at the bottom of the page to let us know how the site has helped you, or ways you see that it can be improved.  Your feedback is extremely important to us.  If this website has helped you in any way through your process of pregnancy loss, please consider ways of helping to spread the word.  Sharing this site with other mothers helps ensure they get the support when they need it.

For submitting any questions or concerns, please include a valid email address.  I like to address any issues as directly and as promptly as possible.  If your question is about a story or a comment, please make sure you have read our submission information, if it is about a doula, please make sure you have read our principles of service and if it is about a mentor, please make sure you have read our mentorship outline.  Every effort will be made to reach a resolution while maintaining confidentiality of any parties involved.

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3 Responses to Feedback

  1. I just wanted to share a shirt that I added to my store in honor of all the mommies and angels who have experienced a loss. I agree that these mommies and angels should still be celebrated and honored. http://www.zazzle.com/aperfectmoment/gifts?cg=196645748469328856

  2. Kelli Holcomb says:

    Thank you so much for this website. My first loss occurred July ’11. (I have 3 living children, 18,16, and 10). In July I pieced together I formation that I found after hours and hours of searching online. I don’t think stillbirthday.com was up and running then? I am now in the middle of my second loss. Both occurred at 8w4d and I’m choosing to use cytotec. I went in this morning for the cytotec and I took the letter to medical professionals and the brochure to my doctor. He was very receptive and I encouraged him to check out the website and offer it to future moms experiencing pregnancy loss at any stage. I told him how I had researched so much and that stillbirthday.com is by far the kindest and most comprehensive site I’ve found. Thank you for all of the practical information as well as comforting words. You have done something great here by establishing and maintaining such a resource for so many hurting moms (and dads). All of my children’s initials are J.C. I named this baby Joy Comes, because I know that joy is coming because of Christ. He will make all things right and will wipe away every tear. Thank you for letting him use you now to begin that process. 🙂

  3. Heather says:

    I’m so glad that I found you. I had my miscarriage 4 years ago next month. What made it worse was that my husband had to go back to Iraq when it happened. We were never able to grieve together. I do try to talk to him about it because I have always wanted to have a little memorial service, just the two of us. He wouldn’t do it with me. To him it was done, over with, and he didn’t want to grieve again. I try not to let it get to me at this time of year, but it always does and he just doesn’t understand why it does. I went ahead and named our baby. My husband doesn’t even know his name, just that I knew it was a boy. He doesn’t want to know his name. I named him Quinlan Todd. Quinlan because my husband was the last of 5 siblings to have children and Todd after my husband. I look forward to the day when I can hold my sweet baby boy in my arms and tell him how much I love him.

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