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When people experience miscarriage, stillbirth or the loss of a child, there are no words to express their grief and sense of loss.  Hope, promise and expectation seem to die with the baby.

The bereaved parents of angel babies are often unable to comprehend or articulate the depth of their grief and don’t know how to begin coping with the loss. Their friends and family struggle with how best to support and comfort them during their bereavement or how to help them begin their healing journey.

Angel Baby Lullabies was recorded to provide consolation to parents dealing with the loss of a child and is intended to open a healing space for them in which to grieve, mourn and seek peace.

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The inspiration for this album came from Susannah Pabot and her “Field of Cradles” art exhibit which she designed to bring awareness to the mothers and children who are lost to preeclampsia.  Preeclampsia is one of the leading causes of stillbirth and maternal mortality in America and claims the lives of 76,000 mothers and 500,000 babies worldwide each year.  Learn more about preeclampsia from the Preeclampsia Foundation.  Three songs from this musical collection are used as accompaniment for her wonderful exhibit.

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Angel baby image

 

 

 

This project is lovingly dedicated to all parents who have lost a child.

It is my prayer that when you listen to this music, you will find comfort and peace in the arms of angels.

You are loved.

Always and in all-ways.

Amy Robbins-Wilson Signature

 

 

Amy Robbins-Wilson

Healing Music Artist

 

3 Comments

  • At 2011.07.06 03:40, Jennifer said:

    Thank you, Field of Cradles.. for expressing what we feel. Thank you Amy for this lullaby, for showing me the way to the tears I needed to cry.

    • At 2011.09.19 11:37, Ellen DuBois said:

      Your music is simply beautiful.

      • At 2013.04.06 00:10, Maritza said:

        This song has validated the pain I deeply feel, but did not know how to acknowledge. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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