Gifts for Moms Who Have Lost a Child

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When you know someone who has lost a child, you can give her something that helps her with the grieving process and allows her to always remember her child. A mothers doesn't want to push her child out of her mind; she wants to remember him, so give a gift that helps her do that. The gift can be something small or something that can be put on display for everyone to see.

Pin

  • Give a mom a pin she can wear on her clothes. A small pin makes it easy for her to discreetly wear it on anything. Get a pin that is shaped like an angel, candle or something else that is reminiscent of her child. If she prefers large jewelry, get her a larger brooch. When people ask the mother about the pin she can tell them all about her child. It also symbolizes the child being close to her heart.

Journal

  • Journals are made to help people get through many different situations, including losing a child. Give a mother a journal that walks her through topics to think about as she is grieving the loss of her child. This will help her cope with the loss of the child and will show her how to develop healthy ways of dealing with the loss. If she writes in a journal regularly or is generally creative, give her a blank journal so she has room to write out what she is feeling. She can also add mementos of her child, such as pictures or ticket stubs from events they attended together.

Living Memorial

  • Plant a living memorial so that it continues to grow throughout the years. This is something small the mother can care for and always think of her child when she sees it. An easy way to give this gift is to plant a flower or plant in a ceramic pot. Another option is to buy a tree and take the mother out to plant it somewhere in her yard where it can grow. You can also spend the day together redoing a section of her garden. This section can be dedicated to the memory of the child.

Quilt

  • Ask the mother for some articles of clothing that were her child's and tell her you want to create something from them. Since the clothes won't be used anymore, but the mother wants to hold onto them, you can make her a t-shirt quilt. Each square can be made from a different shirt that belonged to the child. If she gives you other items, like jeans or a sweatshirt, you can still use these in your quilt. She can cuddle with the quilt and also leave it out for people to see.

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