“A parent’s grief is uniquely painful because a parent’s love is uniquely strong. Parents not only love their children unconditionally, wholeheartedly, and selflessly, but they are also responsible for them. When someone you love so very deeply and feel responsible for dies, your grief is naturally profound.” - Dr. Alan Wolfelt
Here are some helps such as finding a funeral home, grieving, pregnancy loss, planning a funeral, writing an obituary or even remembrance photography:
“It meant all the difference in the world to lay little Sloane to rest in such a sweet Cradle.
What a comfort to us and her parents to have her lay in such a beautiful bed.” Carolyn - Grandmother
“Veteran grieving parents have taught me that through active mourning, they not only survived, they eventually learned to embrace life again. It was not easy. But over time and with the support of others, their grief softened. It became a bittersweet part of their lives, still and always essential yet no longer all-consuming. You, too, can grieve and mourn fully so that one day you will live and love fully again.”
These beautiful baby coffins (burial cradles) will surround your baby in soft white flannel and lacy white eyelet. Each interior is adorned with a set of pink or blue hand tied satin bows. A removable lid preserves the cradle appearance during viewing. They are made of solid wood and are available in either Cherry or a Whitewash stain.
The cradle size you need might be smaller depending on your baby’s size. By choosing a larger cradle there will be more room for placing a toy, blanket or religious object in the cradle.