My heart is breaking for them. I think it's so courageous and important that she's sharing this devastating moment, shedding light on what's become a silent loss for women. What gets me are the people who are using this moment to attack them, ridiculing them for sharing this and even saying that they're looking for attention. Really? Does anyone really think in this moment their concern is to seek attention. As somone who's experienced stillbirth, and who remembers how alone it felt, I am grateful that in the way they are sharing their loss, Chrissy and John are allowing other parents of lost children to feel a little less alone.

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