Acknowledging the lost child.

A stillbirth is the death of a baby during or before birth. Once the child has reached the 20th week of pregnancy or 400 grams in weight, it is considered to be a child who has died.

In Australia around 2,000 babies are still-born each year. That equates to about one woman in one hundred and thirty who will lose her child.

How do the parents cope with the sudden and heartbreaking news that the child they have happily expected has died?

Heartfelt‘ is a volunteer organisation of photographers, and its President, Gavin Blue spoke to Tim Brunero.

Link to ‘Vimeo‘.
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