Many of us involved in Gardens of Grace have experienced directly, or indirectly, the loss of a baby or child. We are so sorry your baby has died, and we realize how life altering it can be. There is no "right" or "wrong" way to grieve. It is individual to you, and your needs may change over time. Whether it's talking to someone, reading of other's experiences, writing, getting involved, any combination of those, or none of them, you need to do what is right for YOU.
Gardens of Grace aims to help those affected by the death of a baby, whether through miscarriage, stillbirth, or infancy. As we work to create a network of supports, we welcome those who are comfortable enough in their bereavement journey to give support to others.
Gardens of Grace is also working to establish gardens in public spaces to create awareness and discussion about babyloss, give validation to parents to openly celebrate and acknowledge that their children WERE, and to create a soothing but happy place for families of loss to visit. If you would like to help in establishing a garden in your community, please contact Gardens of Grace.