Funerals for the Unborn

Funer­als for Mis­car­riage and Stillbirth

We do not grieve in pro­por­tion to to what is lost,  we grieve with our whole hearts.  A preg­nancy is a child with a future in our hearts.  Your child’s life may have been short but you have all been on the jour­ney of life together.  You have opened the doors to your life wide and wel­com­ing and now death has shut that door.

It may be very dif­fi­cult to find an appro­pri­ate way to express our sor­row for a mis­car­riage.  Often no one else even knows that you were preg­nant.  A cou­ple who expe­ri­ences mis­car­riage or even still birth is often denied the oppor­tu­nity to grief their loss.  They are often encour­aged to just move on.  There is no funeral, no mourn­ing, no sym­bol of their sorrow.

Together we can craft a cer­e­mony that hon­ors and cel­e­brates your lost child.  Every sit­u­a­tion is dif­fer­ent but there are many ways to cre­ate a memo­r­ial for an unborn child.  We can plan a nam­ing cer­e­mony; if there are remains an inter­ment cer­e­mony would be appro­pri­ate; or we can cre­ate a memo­r­ial work of art or box.

Cer­e­mony can be very help­ful in the griev­ing process.

Let the Heal­ing begin, let’s talk about a cer­e­mony for your child.

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