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    I was thinking about getting a charm or bracelet or pin... something with the mom in the heart or something symbolizing a loss. I tried searching the internet for miscarriage jewellry but found crap sites. Any ideas???

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    Hi Deborah

    I think jewellery is a great idea. It's a permanent tribute that keeps our angel babies close to us at all times, especially if it's a piece of jewellery we never take off.

    When I was searching, I couldn't really find anything I liked either (websites, etc). So my DH and I decided to go for a conventional piece of jewellery (an anninversary ring), with the names of our angels engraved on it. We decided to have the engraving done on the inside of the ring (just like we get done to our wedding bands) because our 7 year old would wonder why her name isn't there too. Her big sister knows of our losses, because she's much older (19). But our younger girl doesn't know about the m/c's yet (and doesn't need to know yet -- not for a long time).

    I think you and your DH should choose whatever piece of jewellery you like, and I think it's a nice idea to have "Mom" engraved there too.

    Happy searching,
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    I think that jewelry is a great way to remember your little one.

    Personally, I love www.labelledame.com

    they have a ton of different ideas that go from obvious to very subtle. I have a necklace from them and wear it 24/7.


    I hope you find that perfect piece of jewelry.


    Shelly

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    I would try and find a local jeweler. I was given an "Angel ring" by the Chaplain when I lost our son and wore it around my neck every day until his due date passed. I realized, wearing it everyday didn't allow me to move on. I think I will have something made soon to symbolize all four losses, I just haven't had the strength to do it just yet... I'm too scared to add to the loss count. Good luck!

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    I second Shelly's recommendation. I got a beautiful bracelet after my missed m/c from there. I wear it everyday.

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    I got my keepsake jewelries from www.MyForeverChild.com . I just love them, the woman designes and makes all the jewelry, and she's had her own experiences with loss, so she really understands.

    You might want to check it out next time you're surfing. I wear my necklace everyday.

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    I got this little charm bracelet from "Things Remembered" at the local mall. On one side it says "I miss you Rob" and on the other it says "9-14-74 to 3-2-08"
    Last edited by TyrantOfTheWeek; 03-31-2008 at 02:31 PM.

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    I think that jewelry is a good way to memorialize a loss. Every time I go to the mall, I walk through the Things Remembered store just to look at all of the beautiful things they have there. They specialize in engraved gifts, so I think it would be a great place to get a personalized item to remember your angel by.

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