13 Ways to Honor Your Child’s Memory Online

May 31, 2013

13 ways to honor your child's memory online // www.stillstandingmag.com

We have a lot of newly bereaved moms and dads that find their way to us everyday, and I hope this list will be a comforting reminder that their children will always be remembered. There are so many generous and loving families who have gone through the loss of a child before you that dedicate their precious time to helping other loss families. If you know of any others, please mention them in the comments and I will be sure to update this list.

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Christian’s Beach have your child’s name handwritten by the talented and inspiring CarlyMarie on the seashores of Perth, Western Australia.

Wall of Remembrance a free way to remember your child by including their name, a picture and a message on this page.

White Signs of Grief a beautiful way to send a message to your child.

Pledge to see the movie Return to Zero

Treasure Beans Pebble Works painted rocks with your baby’s name and beautiful artwork.

Butterfly Footprints this artist can create a printable keepsake using your baby’s footprints.

Gabriel’s Garden memorial graphics using pictures of flowers

Angel Wings Memorial Boutique handcrafted angel wings with your child’s name

Triplet Butterfly Wings memorial photos with monarch butterflies

Hope Collage a printable word collage with your child’s name and words and phrases that remind you of your child

Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope share your child’s story

BabiiLove Graphicz heartfelt memorial graphics

The Sacred Seashore memorial photos on the seashores of Italy and Los Angeles, CA


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Franchesca Cox
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Franchesca Cox is the founder and Editor of Still Standing Magazine. She is currently seeking her Master’s in Occupational Therapy, a yogi and author of Celebrating Pregnancy Again and Facets of Grief, a creative workbook for grieving mothers. Learn more about her heartwork on her website.

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