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Grieving Parent Journal


Letters to my Rainbow Baby features a smooth, matte, cover.

One of the hardest things in life is grieving the loss of a child. This journal is a space for grieving parents to process through the pain, and into joy by writing letters to their unborn or stillborn child. The first letters may be very difficult, but the healing will take, and the letters will move from pain to therapy.

This is a great idea way to feel connected to your child in heaven. Some write prayers down in these books.

Use it for messages, words of wisdom, and to chronicle funny stories you would have otherwise shared in person.

This is the perfect gift for grieving mommas. Surprise them with this lovely 6x9 journal for parents. It is the perfect place to write letters of love, prayers for them, advice, dreams and desires, words of wisdom, and lots more.

It's perfect for sharing too! A must-have shared mother-son, father-son journal for the pair who are seeking a thoughtful, creative way to connect with one another.

140 lined pages.

Trim size for this Journal measures 6'' wide by 9'' high.

It is a hard topic for many!   I personally have not walked this challenging road.   I have had the opportunity to pray with mom's who have lost a child in the womb and even out of the womb.   There are never the right words to say or actions to try to cheer someone up.  The Bible tells us to grieve with those who grieve.   Giving a gift of this journal might just be the start of some healing for them.   I encourage you to help a parent going through this grief and pray with them and help them get started on a journal!  

This journal is available for $8.88!   ORDER IT HERE


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