Pictures of babies with anencephaly
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If you are expecting a baby with anencephaly, it might be important for you to see pictures of the uncovered head of
babies with anencephaly. We have a private page where you can see some of those
pictures, lovingly taken by their parents. These pictures are for parents only! Click here to get the password.
The pictures with the "*" were realized by a photographer of "Now I lay me down to sleep"
They gently provide a helping hand and a healing heart to parents experiencing an early infant loss. NILMDTS offers a vital service to our community. For families overcome by grief and pain, the idea of photographing their baby may not immediately occur to them. Offering gentle and beautiful photography and videography services in a compassionate and sensitive manner is the heart of this organization. The soft, gentle heirloom photographs of these beautiful babies are an important part of the healing process. They allow families to honor and cherish their babies, and share the spirits of their lives.
Here you can find some links to videos and slideshows of babies born with anencephaly.
For the private page
The private picture page is for parents and close family members only. Please write the web
host (Monika) to request the password.
To maintain the highest level of security possible, and respect for the parents who have pictures on this page, it is requested that you write a full e-mail to Monika stating the reason you would like to have access to this page. Having a full e-mail, (including a greeting/ ending with your full name) will help ensure that "crawlers" did not generate the request and help us know who has accessed this portion of the website.
Unfortunately, we will be unable to process one sentence requests that do not include a name as we cannot ensure the source of the message.
Request the password
Send an e-mail
send Monika an e-mail
and please don't forget, we will be unable to process one sentence requests that do not include a name as we cannot ensure the source of the message.
Last updated February 20, 2015