In Japanese, "mizuko' means "water child" - stillbirth, miscarriage, or abortion. In the Mizuko kuyo ceremony, these children are openly mourned and parents comforted. Here, it is often a different story, with parents grieving in silence and secret or well-meaning platitudes that dismiss their pain. We can do better.
Give comfort with Urban Apothecary tea, Laney honey, and Soapy Gnome lip balm. Provide ways to express grief with a Feltie Addiction angel wing necklace (charm color will vary) to wear and Sai Shakti Palo Santo to burn, matches from Ruby's Blooms included. Optional add-ons include soup mix, chocolates, seeds to plant, or a bouquet. I can help you with wording for the free gift note if you are at a loss.
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