Saturday December 7, 2019

A life that should have been

What had been a healthy pregnancy turned to tragedy for Donegal woman Anne Marie Walker and her husband John on January 12 of this year, when their baby son Max was stillborn at 41 weeks and four days.

15th August, 2015
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Anne Marie, husband John and baby Max

In the weeks that followed, she struggled to grieve in the void left by a life that should have been. Through her blog, Looking For Stars, she is now sharing the story of her family’s loss and their attempts to rebuild their lives, as she affirms the right to call herself a parent and ensures that her baby is never forgotten. Walker’s writing has been shared internationally, and she hopes to help other parents come...

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