Mothers Day can be a complicated holiday when one of more of your children is deceased. This customizable graphic offers multiple ways to share with your loved ones that you do consider yourself to be a mother, and are thankful to be remembered and honored on this day.
Customizable child loss graphics
No parent should ever have to say goodbye to their child. Download this card to show you loved one you understand the enormity of this loss.
The death of a child often turns the world dark. Download this card to show your loved one you are there for them in this darkest of times.
Sometimes we need to be blunt about how much it hurts to lose a child. Download this card for a loved one who appreciates outspoken support.
The death of a child hurts long after the funeral is over. Download this card to express to your loved one that you remember their pain and honor their love, no matter how many years it’s been.
It can be comforting to know your deceased child is remembered, even years after they are gone. Download this card to show your loved one you honor and remember their lost child.
The death of a child can leave their parents’ arms achingly empty. Download this card to show your loved one you understand there is no better place for their deceased child than here with them on earth.
There are as many ways to grieve as there are grievers, and each way is valid. Download this card to show your loved one you support them in all the ways they need.
There are never going to be perfect words; words that take away the pain. And so we offer the best words we can: I’m sorry. I love you. I’m here. Download this card to show your loved one you are with them when it hurts.
Nothing can make up for the loss of your child, so I will sit with you while it hurts (Customizable support card)
We are often tempted to look for the ‘bright side’ in loss, but sometimes there is comfort is acknowledging there isn’t one. Download this card to show your loved one you will sit with them when it hurts.
It can be surprisingly helpful to acknowledge that you aren’t an expert about your loved one’s loss, but that you are open to listening. Download this card to show your loved one you are a safe place to share their pain.
People often feel obligated to find a silver lining in every tragedy, but sometimes, there simply isn’t one. This card is a good way to show your loved one that you acknowledge the enormity of a situation that just sucks.
One of the things bereaved parents want most is to know that their child is remembered. One of the best ways to do this is to say their child’s name. Download this card to show your loved one you acknowledge their child today and always.
Sometimes the most comforting thing to say after loss is also the simplest: “I love you. I’m so sorry this happened”. Download this card to show your loved one you care.
Snowballs and sledding and all of the mid-winter fun, but one person’s snowman is missing. These are downloadable graphics you can use to honor and share about your deceased child/ren during winter.
Thanksgiving can be hard when you’re grieving, especially when the one who is gone is your child. These are customizable graphics you can use to honor and share about your deceased child/ren during the Thanksgiving season.
There are stockings missing this Christmas; voices missing in this house. There are memories we should be making, and more cheer shared around the tree.
Missing my pumpkin this Halloween and all round; these are customizable graphics to remember your deceased child or children during Halloween.
The month of October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month. During this month, bereaved parents encourage everyone to learn about pregnancy loss and infant loss, and to remember and honor all children lost too soon.
15 October is International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day. By lighting a candle from 7-8pm in your local time zone, bereaved parents and families create a “wave of light” that travels around the world. Customize this graphic to honor your child lost too soon.
My son Adrian would have been starting preschool this year. This experience is yet one more of the things that stillbirth stole from our family. What about your child?
As bereaved parents, it’s natural to think about the lives our children would have lived. My son would have been a preschooler this year; what about your child?