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Warning: Photos may be graphic.
Losing a child is devastating for any parent—and it's no less painful when the child hasn't even been born yet. Mom Mindy Raelynne Danison has suffered through two miscarriages—but she isn't shying away from telling people about her experiences.
Danison began a photo project on Facebook in which she published two albums with pictures of her two miscarried children. The first baby, Annabelle, was born prematurely after 8 weeks and 5 days.
The amazing photographs show how tiny Annabelle was.
In one image, Danison cradles her miscarried baby in her palm, who is significantly smaller than one of her fingers.
In the most touching photograph, Danison lays her engagement ring around Annabelle.
Her second child, Riley, was sadly born stillborn in November 2014. Doctors estimated that Riley wasn't even eight weeks old when he passed.
Riley was even smaller than Annabelle, appearing no larger than a small coin.
These striking photographs show that even though their lives ended too soon, they will continue to be loved and remembered through those remarkable photos.
Despite Danison's heartbreaking losses, there's good news to report. Danison is currently pregnant and expecting twins. We wish her all the best, and we hope her children are born happy and healthy.
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