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Infertility and loss project


Here it is, finally! The infertility and loss project is completed!

I have poured my heart and soul into this project over the last few months. Finding people who would want to share their story of infertility and loss, and putting it into a story to share with all of you. My husband and I have journeyed through infertility and three pregnancy losses. This is something very near and dear to my heart. I’ve often found it difficult to put my emotions into words, and share our stories with others. It is my hope, that through this project we can break the silence. A loss is a loss, no matter how young your baby is.



Feel free to share the video with your friends and family, or through social media. We are using #infertilitylossproject to keep up with where it is!


It is my hope that you will be encouraged, blessed and strengthened from hearing these stories. If you are among the 1 in 6 dealing with infertility, or the 1 in 4 dealing with pregnancy loss, please know you aren’t alone. A team of us are available on email at We would love to hear from you, day or night. The infertility and loss project has been my hearts song for a long time. I am so thankful to finally share it with you all.


Break the silence.



Love to you all!


Melissa Siena

Owner/Photographer of Snap in Time Photography

  • Alexis - October 29, 2014 - 8:15 pm

    Amazing. I have been dealing with a lot in our journey to become parents and this video really touched me. I choked on the part that said “I am praying for you.”
    You did an awesome job!ReplyCancel

  • Cameron - October 30, 2014 - 3:40 pm

    This was amazing! My heart breaks for these families. My journey was not has hard, but hearing that you and your husband have less than 1% chance to get pregnant on your own really hurts. I did ICSI twice and got two children from it. I love them very much and am very grateful for the possibility that science has given us so that we can have children. Love this video and I hope that this touches as many people as much as it touched me!ReplyCancel

  • Amy Jo Trager - October 30, 2014 - 10:23 pm

    This is beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea - October 31, 2014 - 11:38 am

    I want to share a story of the faithfulness of God and His unsearchable ways. My husband and I are missionaries in Ecuador. We tried for two years to get pregnant without results. Then finally it happened! I prayed that this little one would know God from a young age…and that prayer was answered at 11 weeks we found out that baby was already in Jesus’ arms. Then I prayed that through this little life someone would come to know Jesus. Three months later that prayer was answered when we got a call, “Do you want a little girl? Can you come meet her right now?” A week later we welcomed an amazing (and challenging) 10 year-old girl into our home in a foster care like arrangement. This was not MY plan…but it was HIS. Sometimes I think that God allows some people to “share in his sufferings” in special ways so we can know Him more. Just think about it; He gave up His only son to die, so that He could adopt us. It still doesn’t make much sense, but you can’t mistake the hand of God in it.
    And by the grace of God, at the end of April, we will be able to welcome a “homemade” child!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Pursley - November 1, 2014 - 12:48 pm

    My husband and I have been on this journey and would love to share in any future projects. My blog site above shares our story.ReplyCancel

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