When Amber Foose-Miller reached out to Female Athlete News, we were honored that she wanted to share her story with us.
In addition to sports, FAN also covers health and wellness and the outdoors. As a showing of our commitment to expand coverage in those areas, Foose-Miller’s story fit-in perfectly with our platform.
Foose-Miller talked about her husband Gary, and how the couple has an unwavering strength after losing their daughter. They’re also resolute on helping others who are on their own emotional journey.
“Amber Foose-Miller always imagined that she would sing ‘In My Daughter’s Eyes’ by Martina McBride to her baby girl Harper.
“I wanted to give her everything,” Amber said.
But “everything” was packaged differently than she and her husband Gary could ever begin to envision.
They knew their baby’s heart wasn’t functioning properly. However, they had held onto a strong belief that she would have a good future.
Harper, sadly, passed away in her mother’s womb seven years ago.
Amber and Gary turned to their faith and believed that their baby girl’s tragedy would become a beacon of hope for others. Two years after her death, they created Harpers Warriors Foundation. The foundation provides financial and emotional support to families who have children dealing with unique medical conditions.
Amber, who overcame the trauma of losing her baby, now pours her energy and resources into helping others to heal.”