The Welch Family Journey
I think it's a great idea to give your baby a name. I don't know what gender Jordan would've been so I chose a gender neutral name. Later I felt he was a boy.
I tried to leave you a comment on your blog last week. It would not take my comment. I had said that your child was a child, your child, and no one can take that away from you ever. A name would be great, if that is what you desire.Love,Jenny
I had four miscarriages before Chaya's stillbirth. I have named all of them. Some of them it took more than a year to do, but I decided they deserved names, even though I didn't know their genders. I think it helps with the healing. It is entirely up to you, and even if you choose not to name your baby, there is nothing wrong with that. You could always look at it as you are saving the naming to God. (hugs)