Thank you, Brooke, for sharing your story with Indy Style viewers on this morning’s show.
Brooke Martin, WISH-TV evening anchor, was pregnant with her second child and learned that baby Emma Noelle was diagnosed with anencephaly, a fatal condition in which the baby’s skull does not develop.
Brooke carried Emma to term, giving birth on March 15. Emma lived for 21 minutes before passing.
Brooke is inviting the public to Emma’s Celebration of Life on Saturday, April 27 at Traders Point Christian Church in Whitestown at 10 a.m.
If your family has dealt with infant loss, Brooke and her family would love to add your child(ren)’s name to their display during the Celebration of life. Click here to submit.