Baby Loss condolence and sentiment
Baby loss condolence and sentiment suggestions that you can use or to help with your own inspiration… for just the right message.
The Butterfly Tree planting is arranged, a Planting Certificate is issued and €40 is donated to the Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Association – Féileacáin (Butterfly)
Your time with us was fleeting, our love for you is forever.
On this Earth you lived a moment, in our hearts, you live forever.
I was with you for every second of your life. You will be with me for every second of mine.
Holding you in our hearts until we hold you in heaven.
We held you in our arms briefly, we hold you in our hearts forever.
Too precious for this Earth, too beautiful for this world.
We wanted a baby. We were given an angel.
You were our best few moments.
Flying with angels, dancing on stars.
Your small life was the biggest moment in ours.
The smallest life takes up the biggest room in our heart.
A moment with you inspired an eternity of love.
Here for a heartbeat, loved for a lifetime.
Your heart beats in mine.
If love could have saved you, you would have lived forever.
A moment in time, an eternity in our hearts.
Féileacáin (Butterfly)-Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Association of Ireland – SANDAI – A National charity.
Offering support to those affected by the death of a baby around the time of birth. Féileacáin was formed by a group of bereaved parents to supporting families affected by perinatal loss.
Féileacáin is a volunteer led organisation and receives no funding from central government, relying instead on the support of the community and the families who avail of our services and their friends.
Registered as a charity in 2010 ( CHY – 19635).
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