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Saturday, January 17, 2009

The letter project, another question.

Dear Ladies,

Thank you so much for sending me all your thoughts regarding the letter project. My dear friend Sarah and I will write the letter together this week. I do need to ask one more question.

In the wake of your baby/ies death are there any websites that you have found helpful? Where do you go on the internet to find support? Please if you could leave your thoughts and the website name in a comment here or send me an email.

With deep gratitude,

Carly x

14 Send Your Love Here:

Jim and April said...

http://www.nowilaymedowntosleep.org/

http://www.sarahs-laughter.com/

http://www.bethany.org/step/

Jill said...

http://www.livingwithtrisomy13.org/index.htm

Shannon Ryan said...

We were given a pamplet by the funeral home with a selection of urns. All very expensive! I for some reason thought to go online to look for urns, since not only were the ones in the catolog pricey, none of them fit what I wanted. We used
http://www.perfectmemorials.com/
and they even had the same exact urns as the funeral home guide for a fraction of the price. So, maybe a suggestion about checking the internet for urn styles (also memorial jewlery) and pricing?

Carly said...

Thank you ladies these are so very helpful :)

Anonymous said...

I visited Baby Center (www.babycenter.com) there is a infant and stillbirth grief and loss group. They were wonderful, and truely the reason I did not loose my mind. I also read lots, and lots of blogs.

Anonymous said...

Hallo Carly,

two great collections of different poets.

http://www.writespirit.net/

http://www.poetseers.org/

All the best.

Richard / Germany

Steph said...

When I lost my baby the non-profit group SHARE was wonderful. They gave us a little matching blanket and hat and also a tiny little braclet for me to keep. They also made molds of her feet and hands.

www.nationalshareoffice.org

heather said...

http://www.babiesinthesky.ning.com

If you happen to visit, say that Heather, Rylie and Gabriel's Mom sent you! :)

Amanda said...

I second

www.babycenter.com
www.nowilaymedowntosleep.com

both amazing...

Nicole said...

Hi Carly,
Being a triplet mum I went to

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/LAMBS/

LAMBS (loss all multiple birth) is for people who have suffered a loss of all multiples (twins, triplets, quadruplets or higher).

Anonymous said...

I went to Essential Baby http://members.essentialbaby.com.au/index.php?showforum=55

and also found Teddy Love Club http://www.teddyloveclub.org.au/ absolutely AMAZING. Only wish I found it before we said goodbye to Tadgh. It has very indepth information on what to expect when you go into hospital etc and

Anonymous said...

Hi, I know that there's a group who do photographs of babies -- I can't remember their names or contact details.

Mirne

Heather said...

http://www.asmallvictory.org/

Fantastic! Hope its not too late.
-h

Anonymous said...

When we lost our daughter Grace, there was nothing in our community in the form of support for parents who have lost babies. We came across a foundation, appropriatly called, The Missing GRACE Foundation. Their mission is to provide support to families at the time of the loss by assisting them in the hospitals and all the way through their grief journey. Please check them out, it truly is wonderful what they do!
www.missinggrace.org