The loss of 2 children in one year can take a toll on anyones emotional and physical well-being and can obviously wreck havoc in anotherwise stable and happy marriage. I am proud to say that although my husband and I have had our arguements we are fighting this battle together and we both know that no matter what our precious walking Miracle Emilie will have her parents happy and together. So please join me in my journey to add to my family; life has a funny way of working out if we just believe.


  • Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day"Remembering Our Babies was created to provide support, education and awareness for those who are suffering or may know someone who has suffered a miscarriage, an ectopic pregnancy, a still birth, or the loss of an infant. We hope that we can help you by giving you and all of the other parents, grandparents, siblings, relatives, and friends a special day of remembrance. This special day of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance is October 15th of every year."
  • International Babyloss Mother's Day; "United in grief, we find love and strength.  IBMD recognizes babylost women all over the world as mothers. Just because a woman loses her baby does not mean that she is not a mother anymore. She will be a mother for the rest of her life.  On the first Sunday in May we come together to celebrate our connection, our children and our hope for the future. IBMD is a day for love, peace, remembrance and recognition."

  • Canadian IF Resource Network; Statistics show that 1 in every 4 couples are affected by a form of infertility.  IVF.CA's social network provides members and visitors with valuable support and information as they embark on the journey of ART. IVF.CA is independently operated and privately owned by the founder.
  •  Infertility Awareness Association of Canada; "IAAC grew out of an Ottawa voluntary group called the Infertility Self Support Group (ISSG), which began in 1983. Today, IAAC is a national organization, providing educational material, support and assistance to individuals and couples who are experiencing the anguish of infertility, the reproductive health disease that affects over half a million Canadian men and women."

  • Lymphoma Foundation of Canada; "Lymphoma Foundation Canada is a charitable not-for-profit organization that provides information on new treatments and research, as well as support patient education workshops and seminars to help people understand and manage their cancer. We support lymphoma-specific research through the creation of fellowships, as well as provide community-based resources to help people learn about and cope with their cancer."

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