Apr 20, 2013 8:07 PM by Lindsay MacLeod, KSBY News
Four local mothers who lost their babies gathered to walk in remembrance Saturday.
They travelled up north for the March of Dimes Walk in Vacaville.
The march was originally created to fight polio, but the focus has shifted to premature birth, birth defects, and research to save thousands of babies.
The women say they're walking to raise awareness and turn their grief into hope.
Two of them lost their children four months apart. Since then, they've had newborns four months apart. Babies born after parents have suffered the loss of a child are called "Rainbow Babies."
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