Mum shares images of her tiny baby who sadly died at 13 weeks into her pregnancy.

**TRIGGER WARNING – some readers may find this content distressing**

Isaiahs Mom shared her story in 2015 on YouTube, her video has since attracted nearly 35 million views.

She wrote, “Meet my baby who died when I was 13 weeks pregnant. The photos are beautiful. These are actual photos that were taken of my real baby the day after he was delivered. This is also my story about how I and my community responded to miscarriage.

“NOTE: “13 weeks” means the baby was in the 13th week of pregnancy, which is the last week of the first trimester. This is 11 weeks after conception.

“For those who have a hard time believing that this is a real baby at 13 weeks, please look at medical documentation, medical drawings, and other photos on the Internet that women have shared of their miscarried babies. Perhaps you can learn more about the development of a baby in the womb.

“All the photos are beautiful. Human life is beautiful!

She shares why she felt the need to create the touching video.

1) To bring some education and truth to a subject that is filled with misinformation. Medical drawings and photographs accurately detail the development of a 13-week baby. But it is quite rare to actually see a baby this age face-to-face. I had these beautiful photographs and this unique opportunity to share my baby. I wanted to share him with anyone who was interested in seeing him.

2) To share my experience with other grieving parents. Many women have thanked me for sharing the photos because they had losses at similar stages, and they never had the opportunity to see their baby. The photos allowed them to see what their own baby might have looked like, and that gives them peace. Also, many women have told me that they regret not grieving their baby. They wanted to grieve their baby, but they did not feel that they had permission. Many women have shared heartbreaking stories of hospital staff refusing to allow them to see their baby against their pleas, throwing the baby in the medical trash. One thing that this video communicates is that it’s OK for parents to grieve their baby.

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  • It’s so good that these premmie babies are actually being treated as real human beings now. They are someone’s son or daughter and parents should be able to grieve their children, no matter what their age


  • So incredibly amazing, yet so sad and powerful.


  • Wow and before I know it, tears stream freely down my cheeks. RIP little one.


  • Wow this is so powerful and such an important image in the education of miscarriage and a life that has tried.


  • Very powerful images, it’s such a sad loss for the mother and family.


  • So sad an event and yet this couple have done a very brave thing. I felt honoured to share this video. It surprised me how detailed were the features of Issiah. Think for many Mums and Dads who lose baby in womb would benifit from putting closure to their loss, in this way. A little person who did not come to stay.


  • Oh my goodness, that’s so sad, that’s truly sad


  • This is incredibly Amazing. Such delicate features of this little bub.


  • This mother is fortunate to be able to grieve as she wished.


  • So sad, it is the right of every mother to grieve the loss of a baby. Was a privelage that she shared him with us so we could see how developed he already was.


  • So many mums have felt this pain…


  • Wow so sad, life is so amazing on how fast humans can grow


  • My gosh this is so sad. I’m glad she got her closure and got to grieve. My heart goes out to her and other women who have been through a similar experience. Myself included. No matter what they say you still feel the loss


  • So very sad for this lady and her family.


  • So terribly sad. No one has the right to down play another persons grief. Everybody feels things differently.


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