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    Default Do I take anything to a babies funeral???

    A very dear and good friend has just given birth to a 25 weeker (their first child) who sadly passed away not long after birth.

    I have been very fortunate in my life to have only been to a couple of funerals and they have mostly been older people with donations in lieu.

    Do I take any flowers or anything with us?????

    Please help........

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    Default Do I take anything to a babies funeral???

    A few people bought a small arrangement of flowers and a couple of beanie kid teddies to my DS funeral/grave site when he was born sleeping.

    For something different depending how well you know them/wanting to spend etc maybe but a star and name it after their precious bub or a keep sake of some sort.

    Feel free to PM me if you'd like some other ideas etc

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    Thank you so much for replying TrulyBlessed.

    I really like the idea of the star. How do I go about finding that, is there a website???

    I am so sorry that you have been through such a heartbreaking loss..

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    When my son was stillborn people giving flowers and teddies to leave at his grave ment so much to me. I think take something like a wreath and or special teddy. ...

    Heres a website i got the design for the one i had made up.. I got it the exact same except a nicer blue teddy...


    http://www.fleurtations.uk.com/funer...es_flowers.asp


    If you have time go look at the cemetery and see what other things people.have there in the baby section...

    I think flowers or a teddy or little keepsake are ideal..

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    I bought a family a forget me not figure from the willow tree range as another suggestion, they have a few that are for remembrance and for angels.

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    Default Do I take anything to a babies funeral???

    You can go to the international star registry

    http://www.starregistry.com.au/how-to-name-a-star.html

    I buy little keepsakes ie willow figures etc for birthday/Christmas/Easter.

    My eldest son has taken a car and dinosaur out to his site also.

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    Default Do I take anything to a babies funeral???

    If they are religious you could always buy some pink or blue rosary beads..

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    At our son's funeral we asked for no gifts and donations in lieu but close friends/family brought small things, a few photos and little toys. My dad and step-mum brought a small flower arrangement to his grave with aster (his birth flower). Whatever feels comfortable.

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