Learn What To Do If You Lose Your Baby After A Premature Birth

Posted on: 26 April 2017

Having a baby prematurely and losing them within a few hours or days can be devastating for a parent. Most people do not know what happens after a premature baby passes away unfortunately. The guide below walks you through a few things that you will need to consider if your baby passes away from a premature birth.  Consider If You Want to Have a Funeral The first thing you need to consider is if you want to have a burial for your child.
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When A Loved One Dies: Commemorating Their Memory In A Variety Of Ways

Posted on: 24 April 2017

It is hard to lose a loved one. If a person close to you dies unexpectedly, figuring out what to do with their remains can be a daunting task. When a loved one planned their own funeral, this takes the guesswork out of after life decisions. If your loved one wanted to be cremated, you may have to decide what to do with the ashes. While you can keep the ashes of your loved one on the mantel in a fancy urn, you can also bury the ashes, spread the ashes in a favorite place of the deceased, or turn some of the ashes into commemorative jewelry.
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Some Questions You Should Ask After The Death Of A Loved One

Posted on: 19 April 2017

If you have lost a loved one, or are in the process of losing a loved one, you are probably wondering what you can do to prepare yourself and plan the funeral. People don't generally think about funerals, because it is something that you hopefully don't have to worry about. But when tragedy hits it is important that you educate yourself on funerals and how to make it the best experience possible.
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Funeral Planning: 3 Tips For Creating A Symbolic Send-Off

Posted on: 30 April 2016

There is no shortage of ways to plan a funeral, from a traditional service to celebration of life festivities. No matter what you choose, symbolism can play an instrumental part in any funeral. When you are looking for a special touch, consider ways you can integrate symbolism into the planning. Use Color Color is an impactful way of setting the tone at the funeral. Traditionally, people wear black, but splashes of color can be appropriate.
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