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A Grave with a Sandbox (4 pics)

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  • 17 Mar, 2014  |
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The parents placed a sandbox on their son's grave, so his older brother could play with him when they visit the cemetery.

1 A Grave with a Sandbox (4 pics)


2 A Grave with a Sandbox (4 pics)


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№1 Author: Tomaz86 (17 Mar 2014 02:16) Total user comments: 10821


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:04: She is sick! :09:
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№2 Author: cancron (17 Mar 2014 04:01) Total user comments: 97


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Tomaz86,
I agree, I know the idea was born out of her being thoughtful, but that's going to damage her kid down the line
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№3 Author: Lucho (17 Mar 2014 04:26) Total user comments: 0


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Thats creepy
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№4 Author: Petter (17 Mar 2014 04:50) Total user comments: 4


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Call her sick, but man, she is tottally a milf
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№5 Author: Bonded_by_Blood (17 Mar 2014 08:13) Total user comments: 48


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So sad and so creepy at the same time. :51: Don't even know what to think about it, I mean being judgemental is easy...
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№6 Author: fairmania (17 Mar 2014 13:14) Total user comments: 1436


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I would suggest those criticizing this have a talk to anyone that has lost a child when there was a young sibling to explain it to.

How do you tell a child of perhaps 2 or 3 years old that your new baby has died? How do you allow them to remember their lost future playmate? 5 days old!

They would have lived the pregnancy with the parents waiting for this new life to emerge, only to have the baby die. Adults do not deal with this well in the majority of cases, so how could a small child understand??

This may seem strange, but it allows remembrance of the lost child, while allowing the other child to visit the grave without feeling left out of the healing process.

Time will pass, and so probably will the play times, but it may be their way of coping now.

What would yours be??
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№7 Author: saint357 (17 Mar 2014 15:02) Total user comments: 2366


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I have to agree with Author No5 and also thank him for being so thoughtfull :01:
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№8 Author: Lu (17 Mar 2014 23:03) Total user comments: 15100


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I have mixed feelings about this. Would like to hear feedback coming from the kid.
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№9 Author: alexacrow (23 Mar 2014 00:03) Total user comments: 1164


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@fairmania I totally agree with you.
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