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Did you do anything to honor or mourn on your baby’s due date? Some families may find that they don’t need to do anything special on their due date; and that’s okay. resize=683,1024&ssl=1" alt="Some families may find that they don't need to do anything special on their due date; and that's okay.Some women may want to do something special for their lost children or for themselves; and that’s okay too. Some women may want to do something special for their lost children or for themselves; and that's okay too. w=736&ssl=1 736w" sizes="(max-width: 683px) 100vw, 683px" data-jpibfi-description="Some families may find that they don't need to do anything special on their due date; and that's okay.Stay in your jammies all day if you wish, let the housework take a break.If you have other children and wish to mourn alone, drop them off a their normal daycare or school, or see about arranging childcare for a few hours.
It’s a lot easier to work through your feelings when you aren’t surrounded by tasks you need to complete and people who aren’t aware of what this day means to you.
) If your finances are good, consider donating to a charity that you love on this date.
If you know why you lost your baby, see if any research is being done and donate to the study. Try searching for one that delivers life saving medicine or vaccinations to children in need, volunteer midwife or doula training, or SIDs prevention.
They may have similiar feelings and need to release them as well.
If they’re too young or don’t need to express grief, try taking them somewhere fun such as a park or play area.