October 15th is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. If anyone you know has suffered a loss of this sort, let them know today that you are thinking of them, and if possible, consider lighting a candle this evening in memory and tribute to those lives that were either too short or never lived at all.
We first heard the following song, “Held” by Natalie Grant, performed in our church, a few weeks or so after Little Quinn’s funeral:
It’s a Christian Contemporary song, and the imagery in the video is overtly Christian, but the best of art, even religious art, can cross over those lines between faiths and non-faiths. This song has become deeply meaningful for our family.
Wishing you and yours solace on this day of rememberence.
In memory of Quinn, in honor of the daughter you never knew…
There is nothing in the world more important than family, more valuable than the laugh, touch, smile, and cry of your child. I’m thinking of you guys.
Sorry, I’m a little late coming to this, but I do think about you, and yours, and your loss on a regular basis.