Think Before You Post


As pregnancy & infant loss awareness month is quickly approaching, I urge all those posting fake pregnancy announcements to think before they post.
To 1 in 8 people who struggle with some form of infertility, your post is not funny at all. In fact, it’s downright hurtful.

It’s hard enough as it is for those struggling with infertility to keep seeing the pregnancy announcements of others come & come when they still haven’t had an announcement of their own. While we are happy for our friends, it’s a reminder, time & time again, of what we still haven’t gotten to experience.

This month, & always, I urge you to think before you post. Your post is not funny & has the potential to harm someone you care about.

Lets Save The Boobies & Remember The Babies this month (& always).

“I’ll love you forever, I’ll like you for always, as long as I’m living, my baby you’ll be.”




2 thoughts on “Think Before You Post

  1. The worst is on April fool’s day when people think it would be funny to post a fake announcement. Or I’ve also seen some people posting a fake ultrasound photo as a joke and tagging their friends. Immature and hurtful. Also when people tag eachother on facebook posts guessing who among their friends might get pregnant next.

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