1 in 4 women will experience a miscarriage or infant loss, and thousands of other mothers lose an older child. Whether the loss comes only a short time after finding out you're pregnant, or when your baby is 29 years old, one thing is certain - all mothers are heavily impacted by this horrific event.Alexa Bigwarfe held her two-day-old infant as she took her last breaths on this earth. This event propelled her to begin writing on loss, grief, and supporting grieving parents. When her dear friend delivered her baby stillborn at 37-weeks, only 18 months after Alexa's own daughter died, Alexa wanted nothing more than to help her friend navigate this devastating time, and help her move forward. Alexa was motivated to try to do something to encourage and support other mothers who said goodbye to their babies and children too soon. She coordinated all of the contributors in this book, who have different stories from early losses to the unexpected and tragic death of a 12-year-old.?The personal stories provide hope, encouragement, and advice to mothers (and fathers) who do not know how they will ever smile again. Mo