Brett saw this article about stillbirth and infant loss in the Portland paper over the weekend. He brought it home for me to read, and I wept when I read it last night. That's pretty rare for me; sometimes I'll tear up a bit when reading something, but this was full-on, sniffly, snotty, tears running down my face kind of weeping.
The author captures the family's story very clearly and highlights the emotion of losing a baby so accurately. I think that is what struck me most about this story.
Anyway, it's a tear-jerker, and was a bit scary for me to read as I approach this baby's due date, since I hadn't really considered the idea of stillbirth and now it's definitely on my mind, but I think it's worth reading.
Here's the link again: http://www.oregonlive.com/special/baby/index.ssf?/special/baby/content/2-days.html