Memorial Box For Baby

Whether you had a baby born stillborn or died shortly after birth, a memorial box for baby can help you to cope with your loss. The box contains objects belonging to or representing the deceased child to help relatives come to terms with their loss.

In the event of your loss, a Memory Box will be provided. It contains objects belonging to or representing your baby. When you are ready, please call us to set up an appointment for a de-briefing meeting with one of our bereavement specialists who can help you sort through some of the items so that you can start to find some meaning in this difficult time.

Memory boxes are a way for parents to memorialize a fetus, infant and/or baby who passed away prematurely. These boxes are made out of wood, usually pine in the shape of a square or rectangle with a hinge on one side or from both sides. The memory box can have special inserts that hold objects that represent their child’s life like photos, important memorabilia and birth certificates etc.,

What do you Put in a Memorial Memory Box?

A memory box is a container that holds special things belonging to you. It might include photos, some favourite music, letters, or a recorded message. These objects and messages can help remind your children or loved ones of happy times you spent together and offer them some comfort.

A memory box is a keepsake that helps you remember your loss. It’s usually provided by the hospital when a death occurs during pregnancy or childbirth, but you can also create your own by collecting small items that hold meaning to you and your family.

Creating a memory box for your child is a wonderful way to help you cope with the loss of your baby. A memory box will help keep those memories alive and provide an opportunity to share those memories with others.

A beautiful keepsake to commemorate your baby’s life.

Bereavement Boxes for Hospitals

Chances are, you’ll want to keep every tiny, precious thing that belongs to your tiny, precious baby. After all, every outfit, every toy is a memory. On the other hand, you don’t want to see your home disappear under piles of stain-splattered rompers and bibs!

Don’t let clutter take over your life. Instead, pick a few of the most special baby items and store them in a beautiful keepsake box. It’s a decorative yet compact way to keep your mementoes and is designed to be passed down through the generations. But how do you decide what goes in? Here are ten great ideas:

1. BABY’S HOSPITAL WRISTBAND

The first item ever to grace Baby’s tiny body – of course, the hospital wristband should be in there! It will include Baby’s name, their date of birth, weight and height and Mummy’s name. When your little one is all grown up, they’ll look back on it in wonder.

keepsake lock of hair

2. A LOCK OF BABY’S HAIR

When Baby gets their first haircut, be sure to hold onto a curl of hair. This long-held tradition results from an old saying: keeping the first lock of Baby’s hair will bring luck! Pop the little lock inside an envelope to keep it tucked away neatly.

keepsake first clothes

3. BABY’S FIRST CLOTHES AND SHOES

Store away the first set of clothes and shoes that Baby ever wore. You’ll feel a swell of joy and nostalgia every time you look at them in the years to come: could that great big kid of yours ever have been so tiny?

keepsake birthday cards

4. BIRTH AND BIRTHDAY CARDS

It’s lovely to look back on the congratulations and well-wishes you received when Baby was first born and on their earliest birthdays. You’ll get to pull them out once your child is old enough to read and the two of you can pore over them together.

keepsake journal

5. MUMMY’S BABY JOURNAL

Lots of Mummies keep diaries of their pregnancy and Baby’s first year. These little books are perfect time capsules. They capture all the big milestones and lots of little memories you might have otherwise forgotten, like the names you were considering and the foods you craved.

keepsake newspaper

6. A NEWSPAPER FROM BABY’S DAY OF BIRTH

When your child turns 18, sit together and read the newspaper from the day they were born. You’ll be marvelling at how the world has changed, and it will remind you both of how you’ve changed alongside it.

soft-toy

7. BABY’S FAVOURITE TOY

AKA Baby’s first-ever BFF. There’s always that one particular soft toy or soother that Baby reaches for again and again. If it actually gets them to calm down during a tantrum, it might just become Mummy’s BFF, too.

keepsake photos

8. PHOTOS OF SPECIAL MOMENTS

Print some of your very favourite snaps and put them together in a little photo album. You’ll probably have bigger albums elsewhere, but this can be a selection of the absolute most precious. Don’t forget Baby’s first ultrasound scan!

keepsake first tooth

9. BABY’S FIRST TOOTH

This one comes later, when Baby has turned Toddler. It’s always a special moment when that first milk tooth pops out. Once The Tooth Fairy has paid her visit, tuck that tooth in a little trinket box for Baby to discover a few years down the line.

keepsake first school report

10. (NO LONGER A) BABY’S FIRST SCHOOL REPORT!

Getting your child’s first school report can be unexpectedly emotional. Yes, the first day of school marks the end of an era, but the first report is a chance to see how your baby bird flies! It’s a joy to see your child through the eyes of the world and to get to know the person they’re becoming.

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