Memorial For Baby

A beautiful way to honor the memory of a baby who has passed away. Personalized Baby Memorial Gift Print with Actual Hand Prints and Footprints, Infant Loss, Stillbirth Stillborn Gift, In Memory of Baby.

A Personalized Baby Memorial Gift for an Infant Loss Baby with Hand Prints and Footprints. A gift to remember your baby, a memorial print that can be framed so that you can always have part of your baby close to you.

This print features a loving handprint, footprint and dedication to your stillborn baby. Grieving mom and dad can use it as a baby memorial keepsake or present it to other family members, friends and grandparents to commemorate the loss of their loved one. A great gift idea which they will treasure forever.

How do you Honor the Loss of a Baby?

Here are eight simple ideas that may help:

  1. Name Your Baby. MachineHeadz. …
  2. Wear or Make Memorial Jewelry. Tim Robberts. …
  3. Write About Your Baby. i love images. …
  4. Plant a Memorial Tree or Garden. …
  5. Display an Angel Statuette. …
  6. Order a Memorial Plaque or Crystal. …
  7. Get a Special Teddy Bear or Pillow. …
  8. Donate to a Charitable Organization.

A touching and heartfelt memorial keepsake for the loss of a child. This personalized baby memorial was created using the actual handprints and footprints of your child, as well as their name. The lost child is then honored on this print with a candle that glows by pressing a button on the back of the frame.

A beautiful photograph of your baby’s tiny hand prints and foot prints, professionally printed onto high quality acid free paper and framed in a lovely white frame. A wonderful way to honor the memory of your precious angel and cherish the comfort that they are close by.

Show your love for your child with this beautiful embroidered baby blanket. The perfect keepsake for loss, or to give as a gift. Our Baby Memory Blanket is made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton, has a standard size (38″ x 50″) and will be customized with a name and date of birth in the style that you choose. You can also add footprints if you wish. We will use actual handprints or footnprints or embroidered design or name only in any shade of pink or blue to create a beautiful print that can be displayed all year round!

Memorial for Baby Boy

Mothers coping with miscarriage often find it comforting to create some sort of memorial to remember their baby. In fact, honoring the child may be the most healthy and crucial way to cope with a pregnancy loss.1

There are different ways to do so, some that are incredibly personal and private and others that allow friends and loved one to share in the loss. Here are eight simple ideas that may help:

Name Your Baby

Woman Writing Possible Names For Baby Boy In Nursery

Many women find that giving the baby a name or even hold a naming ceremony, helps them find closure by allowing them to acknowledge the loss of a person rather than an idea. If you were too early along in pregnancy to know if you had a girl or boy, choose the name to represents how you see the child or use a gender-neutral name.

Wear or Make Memorial Jewelry

Young woman making jewelry at home
Tim Robberts

There are countless online retailers that sell beautiful, handmade memorial jewelry, such as rings or pendants with angels and footprint themes. Many of these jewelers are mothers who have experienced pregnancy loss themselves. If you are artistically inclined, you could make your own memorial jewelry with beads that spell out the child’s name.

 How to Cope With Your Recent Miscarriage

Write About Your Baby

Woman writing a diary or journal, relaxing at home
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As difficult as the process can be, writing your feelings out on paper can be a remarkably cathartic and healing experience.2 Writing in a journal is like confiding in a friend who will never judge you. You may also want to start a blog or an online memorial page to share your insights with others who may be going through the same loss or want to share in your loss. 

Plant a Memorial Tree or Garden

Woman with newly planted tree
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Planting a tree or garden is a wonderful and lasting way to memorialize a lost child. Some mothers like to plant a tree on the anniversary of the miscarriage or on the due date of the pregnancy.

Living plants ultimately honor the life and represent growth and the future. If you do not have space to plant a tree, there are numerous environmental organizations that will plant one in a state forest in return for a small donation.

Display an Angel Statuette

Angel statue on a tree

If you think of your baby as an angel, you’re not alone. Some mothers who have had miscarriages get comfort from picturing their babies as heavenly spirits.3 Placing an angel statuette in your home is one way to incorporate the memory of your baby into your daily life. Other mothers will decorate a Christmas tree with a special angel ornament that keeps the child’s memory close.

 Facts about Miscarriages

Order a Memorial Plaque or Crystal

Glass plaque

If you have a good ultrasound photo of your baby, you may want to scan the image and order a memorial plaque or another type of keepsake, such as an engraved crystal, to honor your baby. There are companies that specialize in this service which you can find through a web search or an e-commerce portal.

Get a Special Teddy Bear or Pillow

Young woman carrying stuffed bear at amusement park
Commercial Eye

Many mothers long for something to hold after losing a baby to miscarriage. You may find it comforting to get a special teddy bear or a custom embroidered pillow or blanket keep close to you as you as grieve.4 There are charitable organizations such as Molly Bears that specialize in this service.

Donate to a Charitable Organization

Young woman carrying stuffed bear at amusement park
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There are a number of wonderful charities and organizations whose mission it is to increase awareness about pregnancy loss and to support couples dealing with a miscarriage or stillbirth.5 By giving to a non-profit in the name of your baby, you are telling others that your child’s existence matters and that your loss is real.

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