One out of every four pregnancies will end in a loss. No one thinks it will happen to them, but our families lost this innocence when our babies Abigail and Aaron Thawley and McKinley Gill were taken too soon. All three were very much loved and wanted, but God had other plans for them. Infant loss carries with it a very taboo stigma and isn’t talked about. Being a baby loss parent can be a lonely place and the fear that your child will be forgotten is very real. We hope that by reaching out to other families we can help them to know that they are not alone and there is support. We also hope to provide education to both the community and the medical profession to increase the awareness of infant loss. We will not be able to watch our children grow or hit their milestones, but they did exist. Our love for them will provide us the strength to do something good in their memory.


            Abigail Thawley                                                    McKinley Gill


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