On March 21, 2017, we were destined to discover the gender of our second child. But instead of hearing this news in the office after our scheduled anatomy ultrasound that afternoon, we spent the morning in the hospital with our little girl, our angel, born at 18 weeks gestation. I was later connected with Metro Detroit Share and was immediately blown away with all they strive to do to support grieving families after these horrible and unexpected pregnancy and infant losses. They provide help and resources to all who need it. Memory boxes are provided to hospitals to be taken home by families filled with resources and support information, along with simply being a tangible item to hold on to when you've been left with empty arms. They offer support meetings monthly that have been a big part in my own healing process. One of their main goals is to provide a cooling cradle to every Michigan hospital. This would allow grieving families to spend more time with their angels following losses. This was not offered to me at the time of my own loss, but it would have made a big difference if it had been. I wouldn't have felt rushed to leave after 5 short hours. Metro Detroit Share offers up many resources at no cost to families in need, including offering aid for funeral costs. It could not be possible without community support, and Metro Detroit Share will always have ours.