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... We are dealing with the same issue. My son passed away Jan 12, and we have not decided what to do with his ashes either. ... (12 replies)
... and on that horrible day I just accepted that. But I decided to check into it and I can go ahead and call a funeral parlor and they will take care of either cremation or perhaps burying the baby. ... (12 replies)
... I'm so glad that you have found peace with Caitlyn's ashes. It must be a weight off your chest and you can feel as if you are moving forward. ... (12 replies)

... I'm not sure what made me stop here in this particular section...perhaps the memory of similiar feelings when I lost my first born son in 1975. Please let me share what we decided to do with his ashes. ... (12 replies)
... My tears is nonstop running to read your story as I also have the same dilema right now. We still don't know yet what to do with my stillborn son. I personally want to keep him with me, but family member want different way. ... (12 replies)
... keep the ashes. ... (12 replies)
... I had 2 sons pass away, one on July 26th and the other on January 12th. They are each in an angel urn and are in my bedroom. ... (12 replies)
... I too still have my baby son's ashes. He died in Jan. 05. I also thought I would want to sprinkle them here or there but have not been able to let go. At first I felt terrible that I could not do it, but now am at peace with it. I will let him go when I am ready. ... (12 replies)
... From reading all of your responses, i have realised that i need to do what MY heart tells me! ... (12 replies)
... I have never been through this and I can't say I know how you feel, but you really don't seem to want to let go of her ashes and that's ok. You don't have to do it just because you were told that keeping your baby's ashes could stop the healing process. There's nothing wrong with keeping them. ... (12 replies)
... but I don't think holding onto the ashes is preventing you from healing. If spreading her ashes would make you feel better, definately do it. If you want one place to go to see them, you can buy a small burial plot or just keep them in your house. ... (12 replies)
... My daughter was stillborn 8 years ago and I still have her ashes in a beautiful urn in the china cabinet. I don't think that it has in any way prevented me from healing. ... (12 replies)
... as soon as my sons body is brought back from the autopsy and then the crematory me and my boyfriend are going to bury his ashes. my bf is kinda freaked out having them in the house. ... (12 replies)
Papp-a
Feb 13, 2007
... I am sooo sorry to hear about the stillbirth of your son Ben. ... (1 replies)
... Yes I think I remember you LesleyKev, so glad to hear about little Nathan and offer my deepest sympathies over the loss of Megan and Callum. I cannot believe you had to go through that again. ... (9 replies)
... cleaning my underlay, i noticed it did have a pinky coloured tinge to it which i didn't notice the night before when i had stripped the bed! ... (14 replies)
... last week I went for my 20 week scan and they told me that there was no heartbeat... I then had to go into hospital to deliver my baby girl, which was the hardest thing I ever had to do... I then had to make the decision of whether to have tests done on the baby etc.. It was all too much... ... (3 replies)
... I was surprised to see my post bumped up here after all this time. It was the first time I had posted and somehow I got a smiley face on there and it doesn't warrant a smiley face at all! ... (14 replies)
... My deepest sympaties are with you. My baby boy Patrick died at birth a little over a year ago in Jan. 05. It was a devestating shock and I am not the same person in many ways. I went through a rough first few months and did need to seek some help for depression. ... (12 replies)
... My heart goes out to you and your familily. YOu must be in a lot of pain and shock. I lost my little angel at 36 weeks after what I thought was a normal pregnancy. He was our first baby. This was in 2005 and my heart still breaks to even think about it. ... (11 replies)




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