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Children’s headstones

childrens headstones The loss of a child is possibly the single most traumatic experience that a person can endure in the course of their life. It is certainly a heart wrenching experiencing when mothers and fathers have to bury their own children. After spending so much time with that individual and growing so much love for them it is almost unthinkable that they should pass away before their own parents. However, in this imperfect and at times wicked world in which we live sometimes such traumatic events become a reality. Unfortunately children’s headstones can be found in cemeteries all over the world, victims of unforeseen occurrence.

The pain of a grieving parent

The pain of a grieving parent is immense and should not be underestimated. Some parents are not able to come to terms with the death of their child for many years, while some never do come to terms with it. At such a time it is important that time is taken to reflect upon the life of the child and come to terms with their loss. There may be a temptation to continue with life as normal in order to distract from the pain, but doing so will only prolong the painful process. It is therefore important to take time away from work and spend time with the husband or wife in order to receive comfort from each other and support and encourage one another. It is also important to give the necessary attention to funeral arrangements and erecting a lasting memorial from a wide range of children’s headstones.

A lasting memorial

Children’s headstones are an essential part of helping the parents come to terms with the death of their child by ensuring that their memory is never forgotten. Such headstones stand centuries later, still paying tribute to a life that was cut tragically short. Children’s headstones also give the parents a focus for their mourning; somewhere that they can feel close to their child and enjoy quiet time reflecting on the memory of their child. Such a place should be relatively happy and celebrate the life that the child enjoyed. This will ensure that the gravesite is not dull and depressing and that the parents will value the time that they are able to spend there.

The loss of a child is one of the most difficult, if not the most difficult, challenge that any person can face in the course of their life. It is important that time is taken to adjust to this change, to property grieve and to come to terms with the loss of a cherished and loved child. Children’s headstones are one way in which the parents can ensure that the memory of the child is never forgotten and that there will always be somewhere where the parents can go to reflect on the memory of the child and feel close to them. Children’s headstones can be dignified and respectful while celebrating the short life that the child was able to enjoy to the full.