The loss of a baby is a devastating reality that can happen to families in all countries. Experiencing the death of a baby can be both shocking and overwhelming. The intensity of grief will not last forever and lessen with time.

You have entered a community of grieving parents who have learned to create a new normal and maneuver through life without their child. Each loss is different and each person's reaction to losing a child is different. Parents commonly can feel emotions such as shock, confusion, loss of control, jealousy, anger and disappointment.

When a small child dies, hopes are shattered, and parents are left to put the pieces of their lives back together - pieces that never fit the same way again.

There are many ways to remember and honor your baby. Sharing your testimony enables others to know your baby's story. We welcome you to share your story here on our ISA website. You are not alone.

Your Story

You”ve been gone for 7 years and I can still see your beautiful face like it was yesterday. We miss you everyday! Can”t wait to see you again someday in Heaven… til then, we will hold onto those precious times we had. Your brothers and sisters talk about you and will always know they have an older sister watching over them… you will always be my firstborn.
In memory of Alexandra Paige. Post created by Philip & Erin Preiser. From Canton, GA. On December 3, 2019
To my sweet beautiful granddaughter Alessa Rose, Who would have thought your tiny miracle would change us all. We miss you so much everyday. You will be right here in my heart forever. Till I see you again my angel. love Grandma and your family
In memory of Alessa Rose Mulvaney. Post created by Chris Wareing. On December 3, 2019
My beautiful little cherub, i love and miss you so much. Daddy and I think of you everyday. Our little banana “Too beautiful for this earth”
In memory of Alanna Jean. Post created by Deborah Wood. From Hallam Victoria. On December 3, 2019
Aidan came into the world sleeping on October 30, 2008. The entire family was so excited and anxiously waiting for his arrival and then equally devastated that he left us. But God had other plans. Even though I never got to see Aidan”s face or touch his hand, I did have the joy of feeling him flip all around and kick his mommy. That will be the memory that I”ll cherish forever, Aidan, Jr. and love you and miss you already.

Aidan, Your aunt loves you and will miss you. I know that you could feel all the love and warmth that we all had for you while you were in your mommy””s tummy. Your parents Dan and Traci are the best, and boy did they love you ! Be with us all as you look down on us from heaven little Angel. Your Aunt Dee Loves You.

Aidan, I will miss not getting the chance to spoil you rotten and pick you up and bring you to Virginia when you needed a break from your mommy. I know that God sent you here to brighten the lives of all that knew you were coming. Your little world was filled with love and your mommy and daddy loved you without measure. Rest Peacefully Little Angel Aidan.

In memory of Aidan Harrison Blue. Post created by Brendolyn West. From Rocky Mount, NC/Deidre Bryant, Richmond, Virginia. On December 3, 2019
Dear Adriel, my dear baby, mommy sorry for not begin to bring you to see this world, I know that you are now in God’s care.
In memory of Adriel. Post created by Cy. From Malaysia. On December 3, 2019
My first little girl….just 10 weeks on earth, forever in Heaven.
In memory of Abilah. Post created by Debbie. From Norway. On December 3, 2019
God Bless you Abby
In memory of Abigail Patricia. Post created by Mindy and Jeremy Mueller. From West Allis, WI. On December 3, 2019