Etsy - MyPrettyPeggy

Angel Peg Doll Baby

This little angel baby comes in a small box with a white ribbon and a Sympathy greeting card with a letter written by me and space to add your own message. Also included is a note to the gifter with practical support tips. I know it can be tricky finding the right thing to say to someone going through a miscarriage. Heres a way to show your love and sympathy while being sensitive. The letter reads: Dear Mother, The pain of losing a preborn baby is very real. You wer while being sensitive. The letter reads: Dear Mother, The pain of losing a preborn baby is very real. You were falling in love with and making plans for an irreplaceable child. Likely, you did not have the closure of a burial. There are many ways that the sorrow of miscarriage can go on and on. The person giving you this gift knows that you are grieving and loves you. There are several ways you may want to use this wooden baby. He or she can be a helpful tool to explain what happened to older children who were expecting a sibling. You can carry this baby in your pocket to remember that, yes, your baby was real. Sometimes a hurting mama just needs an excuse to say the word baby. You may want to set this baby in a special place to honor the life of your child and the piece of your heart that is missing. This baby can also be used in an act of closure such as burial beneath a tree, cremation, or memorial. Finally, consider naming your real baby. Naming often helps partners talk about their loss and makes the death feel more grounded. Grief is hard work. Loss has touched and changed you. Know that one day, happiness will begin to sneak back in. In the meantime, please be gentle with yourself. Love, My Pretty Peggy NEW a letter for stillbirth or loss of a newborn Dear Mother, To seek comfort amid the sorrow of losing a child is not always to find comfort. Grieving the loss of a child is a lonely and difficult experience, and no less so for having only known your little one for a short while, or perhaps not at all, on this side of the womb. The person giving you this gift knows that you are grieving and loves you. There are several ways you may want to use this wooden baby to help you through your grief. He or she can be a helpful tool to explain what happened to older children who were expecting a sibling. You can carry this baby in your pocket to remember that, yes, your baby is real and will forever be a part of you. Sometimes a hurting mama just needs an excuse to say the word baby. This baby can be what you hold onto when you sob for what might have been and for what was. You may want to set this baby in a special place to honor the life of your child and the piece of you that will always belong to your baby. Grief is hard work. Loss has touched and forever changed you. Know that one day, happiness will begin to sneak back in it does not mean you love your baby any less or that you have forgotten. In the meantime, please be gentle with yourself. Love, My Pretty Peggy read more