Miscarriage jewellery

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Miscarriage jewellery

Hi ladies.
I have just found a website. It has been designed by a lady who has obviously suffererd from the same tragic loss many of us have. She now makes m/c jewellery (which i have never heard of) - some of the pieces look lovely with a special way of remembering. There is a particular bracelet with a heart with little footprints on. I may get this, you can get it engraved and add on birth stones. I was thinking of having 'Angel 8wks' with a ruby birthstone for what should have been my little ones birthday and a topaz stone to represent December, our loss.
Would anyone take a look at the website and let me know what you think?
I'm not sure if im being silly. Does this seem like a silly thing to do? I just thought it was a nice little remembrance thing for me.

http://www.labelledame.com/miscarriage-infant-loss.html

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Its a beautiful way to remember your baby, and don't think you're silly at all. A lot of girls on this site remember their babies...some by wearing jewelry, planting a special garden or a memorial. Its what you feel in your heart.:bighug:

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Aw thanks for your reply, that means alot. I have bought it now, a little on the expensive side mind but well worth it. Thanks again for the lovely words x x

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The funeral home that we used makes jewelry to remember. I ordered a necklace that has my baby Zara's footprint on one side and her handprint on the other side. It takes a few months to get it made, but I will post a pic of it once I get it. I love the idea of having a little piece of jewelry to remember her by.

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"HopefullySoon" wrote:

I will post a pic of it once I get it. I love the idea of having a little piece of jewelry to remember her by.

Ah I would love to see a photo when you get it if you wouldnt mind!

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I have memorial jewelry for my babies...its actually a heart with footprints on it, alot like you described. I will be getting another charm to add to my necklace for our most recent loss soon.
I think its a great way to remember them... I feel like I always have a little bit of them with me.

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I don't think it's silly at all. Most of us have ways that we remember. I got a tattoo, have a Christmas ornament for her, a keychain with a 'K' on it, and we have named a star. It's all about what feels right to you. ((Hugs))

Amy

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Thank you for posting that. I don't think it's silly at all, and I'm ordering something today. I've been trying to think of a way to discretely honor my angels and I've now found the perfect way.

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I think this is such a lovely way to remember our babies. Thanks so much for sharing. I have just found out today that I have had a missed miscarriage and have to go in on fri for a d & c. This is the perfect way of remembering my little angel. Do you know if they deliver to the UK?

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"kt1981" wrote:

I have just found out today that I have had a missed miscarriage and have to go in on fri for a d & c. This is the perfect way of remembering my little angel. Do you know if they deliver to the UK?

Hiya, im so sorry for your loss, i have just messaged you on your thread. Im from the UK too, yes they do deliver to us, shipping prices are very reasonable too. As i said in my other message to you, feel free to pm me if you need to talk x x x

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This is a lovely idea and not in the least bit silly. I think providing a way of memorializing the baby is an important part of the grief process. My husband and I are having a tree donated to a national forest, and my parents named a star. We also dried and pressed flowers that we are framing.

Whatever feels right to you and will provide a way for you to remember the baby you lost. For me, not forgetting was an important of what allowed me to even begin to think about moving forward.

K.

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That really is a fabulous site. I have a necklace in remembrance of Damien from there. It is a major emotional soother for me. Thank you for posting it again, for others.

Shelly

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Not silly at all.

That is an awesome site. I've ordered 2 pieces (necklace and bracelet) from there and they sit on Zachary's memorial shelf in our room.