I just looked up the thread i started last year when my cousin lost her little one.http://thecatsite.com/forums/showthr...usin+lost+baby
I know when I was asking other people's suggestions on things that might comfort my cousin and make her feel just a little pinch better- i recieved several wonderful suggestions from some of our sweet members. I hope i wouldn't offend if i posted the links...but maybe...it will help just a little so i thought it may be worth it.
Sarah I am soo sorry sweetie.
Another member suggested this book when they learned about what happened to my cousin- so we went out and got it for her. She said that it really helped to know she wasn't
Maybe that will be a little comforting?http://www.griefwatch.com/tearsoup/recipe.htm
These are also some other links some of the other TCS members provided. Maybe some of these would be appropriate.http://www.myforeverchild.com/store/...lt.asp?One=247
Out of everything though- Christie said this is the one thing that helped her and her husband the most. http://www.babylosskit.com/resources.html
I remember when it happened that Christie said she wanted to celebrate her life and make it a positive thing...even though she didn't make it. So what she asked us to do was for our family to make a donation to St.Jude -so that's what we did. That way, it's done in her little one's memory...and even though she's no longer with us- her life is still celebrated in the best way possible- by helping others. So this year on the anniversary we made another donation in her memory and they sent my cousin a card to let her know- she said that ment a lot. Maybe that would be a good way for family/etc to celebrate his short little life in the womb. Just an idea if it may be something positive to help