Infant Baby Cremation Urns and Children Urns are Made for our Little Angels with Love
There are little words one can say to comfort a friend or family member who has lost a child. This is one of the hardest situations imaginable, and often strong feelings, such as anger or even guilt, can accompany grief. There is no right or wrong way to grieve, especially after a loss as traumatic as that of a child. The person mourning should be assured that they are not alone, and what they are feeling is natural. While the pain may seem unbearable, it is a part of the grieving process and unfortunately, it will be felt for a while after the loss. For families who have selected cremation, an elegant infant or child cremation urn will honor the memory of their child, and a properly selected design can help soothe a troubled heart.
Infant and children ash urns are created specifically to memorialize the memory of a child, and many of the pieces incorporate whimsical and heartwarming designs that vary greatly from piece to piece. They can feature elegant, sculptured ash urns, such as a teddy bear sitting on a ABC block, or even a simple funerary box that is etched with a peaceful scene of cherubs. The materials used to create these beautiful pieces range almost as much as the designs themselves do. One of the reasons these urns are created to represent the memory of a child is that the whimsical design is meant to gently remind us of the happy memories the child left, rather than concentrate on the loss. That is not to say that all of the urns strictly adhere to this theme. Many pieces are crafted to look like simple vessels, such as a small ceramic vase with a lid, and are simply sized to properly accommodate a smaller set of cremation ashes.
One of the biggest steps that can be taken to begin the journey of coping is to, with the assistance of a trusted loved one, begin the arrangements for the memorial service of the lost child. Often times, this must be done immediately, but that does not mean that the family should feel pressured into any certain decision. Instead, they should carefully consider each part of the service, to ensure that they are creating a final tribute to their child that also brings comfort to them. As said before, the whimsical designs offered by the child cremation urns can provide a peaceful final memory of a little angel.
"I want to thank you. The urn was beautiful. In fact, the gentleman who dug the grave and the cemetery caretaker scrambled to find a heavy plastic bag in which to place the wooden block urn so that it wouldn't get wet and rot. They loved it too. The urn came on the day promised and was securely packed for safe travel. We are impressed with your service. " Kim W.