Friday, August 9, 2013

Joseph Angelo featured in the Baltimore Sun

In an effort to help other mothers and families in our situation and increase awareness about Perinatal Hospice, we agreed to share our story with The Baltimore Sun. Click on the link below to read how Joseph's beautiful life continues to inspire others to celebrate life and get the help and support they need when facing a poor prenatal diagnosis...

Baltimore Sun Article on Perinatal Hospice


Facing the death of baby

Two mothers deal with a roller coaster of emotions as they carry babies that have been diagnosed with conditions that doctors say they will likely die from before they can walk or talk

John Mohler clasps his hands while sitting behind a keepsake box of items of their newborn son, Joseph Angelo. (Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun)

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John and Jenny Mohler hold hands on an embroidered blanket bearing the name of their son. "The hour we spent with our son was truly one of the most beautiful and meaningful of my life," said Jenny Mohler. (Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun)