These are links I found helpful during our journey with Gabriel and through our healing process. I spent a lot of time researching Bilateral Renal Agenesis - especially when we first got our diagnosis - it took a lot of time to gather all the information we needed to travel this road, hopefully some of these links will shorten the time it may take you. Carrying a baby who was given a terminal diagnosis to term, is the hardest thing to do, but its also VERY rewarding.
http://prenatalpartnersforlife.org/index.htm Support information & encouragement for carrying to term with an adverse prenatal diagnosis and support for raising your child with special needs after birth
http://www.jewelrykeepsakes.com - for memorial and keepsake jewelry including necklace urns and photo necklaces. Definitely recommend checking out this site. Here's a link to my blog post about their items http://mnmom4life.blogspot.com/2014/03/jewelry-keepsakes.html
www.potterssyndrome.org Helpful information related directly to Bilateral Renal Agenesis
http://carrytoterm.org/ Helpful information for mothers carrying a terminal baby to full term.
http://moapsa.webs.com/ Mothers of a Potters Syndrome Angel
http://www.nowilaymedowntosleep.org/ Photography for bereaved parents
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XYY_syndrome Wikipedia's information for Gabriel's chromosome results
http://paildirectory.blogspot.com/ blogs regarding pregnancy and infant loss.
http://community.thebump.com/cs/ks/forums/13224460/ShowForum.aspx A pregnancy forum. This link directs you to the "Loss" board. I have found great support on this site both during pregnacy, after diagnosis, and after our loss... the women on these boards are all so amazing and helpful.
http://namesinthesand.blogspot.com/ This is a woman from Australia who lost her son in 2007. After a dream one night she started the business of writing lost babies names in the sand on the beach. These are beautiful, I can't wait till I can get Gabriel's...