Little girls will be dressed as sparkly angels, and little boys will be draped in white sheets to look like ghosts.
The mom with them, running house to house, standing behind their children as they present their buckets repeating “Trick or Treat!” might be wishing she had one more dressed up little one to chase after and take pictures of.
Maybe to her, there is one less bucket than there should be.
One less painted face.
One less Trick or Treater.
Maybe more than one is missing from her giggling, glowing, candy collecting crew.
Halloween is the last day of October, which is still Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month.
When you distribute your candies, how about including a tiny little paper that invites the mom to visit stillbirthday?
Visit our SBD Local Rep link, and print out our windshield flyers. These are just the right size to attach to a sucker or just add in the handful of treats.
Letting the mom know that she isn’t alone – it could be the best treat she receives this Halloween.