October Baby Loss Events

Baby loss events can be immensely comforting for those who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth, SIDS, and other kinds of pregnancy and infant losses. I remember attending my first event, the Walk to Remember, when I was still pregnant with Zachary, only two weeks before he died. I knew Zach would pass and attending the walk was hard, but it did give me a glimpse of what was to come. When I say that, what I mean is I got a preview of the supportive community of families who have also walked this journey. On what may feel like a lonely experience of grief, truly there are many others out there who can offer compassionate support.  No one should walk this journey alone.

Now, almost seven years after Zachary’s death, I find baby loss events a wonderful chance to slow down from life’s busy pace and to remember my son. My grief is no longer raw, but I do still cry at these types of events. I know they are safe places. I know that I am surrounded by others who understand the pain I have carried. I am thankful for the tireless individuals that make these events possible.

Below is a list of events that I am a part of. There are so many celebrations that take place around the world. If you are reading this, please feel free to comment below with details about an event you wish to share. I’m sure others would love to know more about it.

I am honored to be the keynote speaker at the following events this October, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month:



Baby Steps Walk to Remember


The Pregnancy After Loss Journey Sessions

The Butterfly Run

Baby Steps Walk


If you are looking for a special way to remember your child that has died, please consider adding him or her to Celebrating Sweeties. Click here for more information. 


Thank you for reading about baby loss events. If you attend an event, please let me know about your experience. I would love to share it here on the blog.

Sending you love,

–   Alexis Marie Chute

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