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Why

I Love You Still

I Love You Still: A Memorial Baby Book is a baby memory book specifically made for mothers who've suffered a miscarriage, stillbirth, or neonatal loss. I Love You Still combines aspects of traditional baby books with areas for memorialization to preserve the memory of a child lost in the womb, during, or shortly after birth. The book can be completed at whatever time feels right for mom, and can be revisited for months or even years to come.
 

 I Love You Still captures the lives of families as they were before, during, and after pregnancy or newborn loss: the joy, the excitement, the love and the heartbreak. It contains typical sections devoted to parents’ backgrounds, trying to conceive, and monthly pregnancy milestones, as well as those devoted to enjoying the time spent together, memorial gestures, and their lives moving forward. The book contains areas designed to echo themes a mother might encounter in professional support sessions, with ample prompted and freeform journal space to allow mothers to express their feelings and write whatever feels right to them.
 

I Love You Still is a full-color, professionally illustrated, gender-neutral nursery themed hardcover book. The content between its padded covers was created specifically for the events and emotions associated with pregnancy or infant loss using thoughtful details, charming characters, and quality materials.


 

Our Mission

MY PROMISE to you

The mission of I Love You Still is to cherish pregnancy, remember baby, and honor motherhood.℠ We provide mothers who've suffered a loss during pregnancy or near the time of birth with a baby book that feels like it was made for them. It is substantial, tasteful, and filled with meaningful material that honors their baby's life and their journey together.


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Inside

A decorative memory book filled with important milestones, beautifully illustrated with a gender-neutral theme.

 
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Testimonials

This book exists for those who need it, and those who do will understand it immediately.
— N. Holaway
I think it’s wonderful thing to have. I wish it had been around decades ago when my sister was going through this.
— D. Erwin
 
For some mothers, this is all they will have to remember their child. That’s a tremendous responsibility.
— K. Scofield