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Family Tree Prints
Flying birds remember loved ones who have passed on.
Ultrasounds
Watercolor effect ultrasounds created from your images
Footprints
Beautiful true-to-size hand and footprints with birth details
Wreaths
A touching and elegant memorial gift
Baby in Hands Collection
Baby in Hands Collection
A precious remembrance print

Welcome to A Beautiful Remembrance

We offer a beautiful selection of thoughtful, comforting gifts for those grieving the loss of a child through death, stillbirth, and miscarriage. We are deeply sorry for whatever circumstances have brought you here for a memorial print. I pray that each gift will bring some comfort to the family who has lost a loved one. 

How to Love & Support a Loss Mom

How to Love & Support a Loss Mom

 Recently I asked the community of loss of Moms on Instagram this question: What was the most loving or thoughtful thing someone did for you after a loss?  I know there have been a number of blog posts written on this but its helpful to hear a variety of answers….  Below you will find some of these answers. There are many practical things you can do such as meals & child care but please also consider how to support the mom on an emotional level. One theme that stood out was allowing the mom to talk/cry, asking them about their heavenly baby. The most hurtful thing is pretending nothing happened and staying away from the mom or not asking her how she is and talking about the baby who died.

This response in particular stood out:  “There were many wonderful ways friends and family loved me during this time but the one that always sticks out is my friend who said “I don’t know what to say to you. I love you, I want to be here for you in any and every way. But I have no clue what to say and what not to say. I never want to hurt you so if anything I say or do offends or crosses a boundary please tell me.” Her honesty meant the world to me. Especially when I was getting a lot of cliché saying spat at me.”

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Don't Rank Losses

Don't Rank Losses

Hearing this reminder in the meeting “don’t rank losses” was a balm to my heart and a precious reminder. Ladies, we are all mothers, even if we have never been pregnant. The love and longing and desire for children that God put in our hearts makes us mothers. We are in this together, no judgement, no ranking, supporting one another in the heart break we have each lived. When I ponder all this it brings to my this bible verse: “…weep with those who weep.” (Romans 12:15).  Everyone’s grief is different, comparison does not have a place. As we love and support one another, we will weep with those who weep.
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Just Show Up

 

 Just Show Up

   So many people want to know how they can support someone dear to them who has lost a baby.  There are so many things you should NOT do such as avoiding that person or avoiding the subject.  Be at peace, you do not have to have any answers, you do not have to try to fix anything, you simply need to love them. Loving them can be shown in different ways but one of the most loving things you can do is “just show up”.  Show up in their lives, be available to listen, sit with them in the pain, stay close to them and ask about their baby.

   And after days, months and even years pass by, remember their heavenly baby with them.  There is not a lot you need to say, showing up speaks volumes reminding them they are not alone and they are loved and their baby will never be forgotten. Thank you to all the dear friends in  my life who showed up and loved me.

 

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