I am an Emergency Department nurse who has been asked by the Emergency Nursing Association to give a presentation on the death of a child at the national conference in October of next year. They, as I, felt it is important to inform nurses of the importance of allowing families time with thier child, holding them, dressing them, etc when their child dies in the ER. Many ER's find this a foreign concept and consequently do not allow for this to be done and do not have a policy. I am trying to create national champions who will turn this thinking around and advocate for parents, such as yourself, and who will promote photos of their children as well. I am hoping that to do this, and to touch the hearts of nurses you will grant me permission to use Abby's pictures that you have included as well as some of your story in my presentation. You have tugged at my heart and I will certainly make it a tender tribute to Abby's memory and trust that she will be used to touch hearts so that a grieving family might leave the ER with a small memory that we as nurses can provide in order to help families begin to heal. Both my husband and I are touched by your story and your testimony. The music and your pictures are so beautiful and the words are so true. It gives me hope that Jesus is holding my 2 little embryos that we lost a few years ago and that we will too, one day see. Thank you for being so candid and brave.