Bereaved parents call child loss the ‘club no one wants to be part of’. And as much as we hate that anyone else has to join us in this club, we also appreciate the companionship we find here. Use this card to express to another bereaved parent how much you appreciate knowing them, even when you wish you didn’t have to have a reason to.
Front: As much as I hate that the experience of child loss is so common, I am also thankful for the companionship and community I’ve found with fellow bereaved parents like you.
Inside: Thank you for being one of the good parts of my new world.
(Options available in blue with a flower and pink with a butterfly)
About our Greeting Cards:
All greeting cards on Adrian’s Elephant were created using templates and elements found in Canva.com and are completely free to download and print for personal purposes. Read more about Canva’s use policies here.
Cards are sized to print on standard 8.5″ x 11″ paper, and are also compatible with greeting card templates such as those produced by Avery or many other vendors of office supplies. If your template is smaller than 8.5″ x 11″, you will need to scale the design to fit. You can also print via many online services or through a local print shop.
Customize this card:
All cards are also customizable via Canva. Some cards may require a Canva subscription for premium elements; click on the individual template for details. (If you don’t have a subscription and only want a single design, please contact me. I will create it for you.)
Support the creation of these & future projects:
Adrian’s Elephant and Sea Glass Parenting will never charge for customizable digital products downloaded directly from this site. (We do charge a nominal fee for downloads from our Etsy shop). If you are moved to support our efforts, we accept tips via Ko-Fi.
Additional resources for friends and family:
Resources Homepage for Friends and Family
Notes for the Support Team
The Phone Call you Never Expect to Receive: Supporting a Loved One after the Loss of a Child
10 Things to Say to a Loved One after the Death of their Child