She’s in the Towel.

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  1. Thanks for sharing my brother. Very interesting story. I’ve done security work before myself it can be a challenge. Most of mine was working at a college. I hope this new cuddle Kat can help bring closure to the mom and dad have a stillborn child. The good thing to know when you know the other person is saved and where they’re going. Its a different story if you don’t know or if you truly know that they’re not.

  2. Wendy says:

    THANK YOU for this article. It brought tears to my eyes. Thank you soooo much for sharing.

  3. Thank you for writing this article, it brought tears to my eyes as well. I so hope we will get the cuddle cot to at least one hospital, but wish we could offer 1 to more. thank you for helping out this way.

  4. Barbara says:

    She’s in the towel, it brings tears in my eyes

    I’m a mom of a stillborn babyboy and our son was with us every hour until the day he was burried. There was a cribcooling here at the hospital (here is The Netherlands, Europe) and when we’ve got home, the undertaker has organised a coolingsystem for his crib next to our familiybed. Those days will never come back again, it was very comforting to see him as often as we (and his siblings) would. We were able to cry for him, with him.

    I wish baby’s were never stillborn again but they will, unfortunately :'(
    Let’s hope these systems become normal at all hospitals so parents and baby don’t need to be separated anymore.

    And owh, please forgive those mistakes in spelling etc. English isn’t my motherlanguage and dyslectia is bothering me.

  5. Enid Luiten says:

    Thank you, Ryan…..anything that bring peace in the face of such tragic loss is a good thing.