The Eternal Portal
These memorial Web sites are dedicated to beautiful souls we lost from varies causes who never had a chance at life but left behind much love and hope. We encourage every parent who has suffered the loss of an infant child to share their experiences with an everlasting memorial tribute. Share photos, foot-prints, stories, poems and prayers for a place of eternal hope and give comfort to others who have suffered a similar loss.
One of the goals of Operation Angel is to enlighten and inform friends and family on ways to minister to someone who has lost a baby, as well as help those of you who have experienced such a loss receive comfort and healing.
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This site has an abundance of material to help bereaved parents in the
grieving process. We strive to help parents to be well informed so they can take preventative measures and a proactive role in their pregnancy. Our hearts ache each time we meet the parents of a stillborn child. Please help us educate others and save lives. We hope Grace's web site will offer comfort, hope and encouragement for those who have been afflicted by the pain of losing a baby at any stage of development.
Beautiful Triplets: Avery, Grace and Noah's Home Page
This site is dedicated to these dear triplets who were born at 22+ weeks. Look at the Friends and Family and Parents Going Longer on the resources page under links. This mother has created a very good list of things to say and not to say to a bereaved parents and also what to do if you find out your baby is going to be stillborn or may be a neonatal loss.
Cody ~ Our Angel
This site is in honor of Cody Hill who was stillborn past full term. Cody’s mother started an online support group called Angelic Whispers and the link is provided on this page.
The Greatest Blessing
One mom's ramblings about the God that has carried her through grief, and placed her feet on a steady ground to reach out to others. Memory
boxes filled with love and Hope in Heaven.
Dedicated in loving memory
of Jeremiah Levi Albers,
born asleep on May 2, 2006.
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