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Mommy, Please Don't Cry, Revised & Expanded
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Offer hope, healing, and comfort to parents who are grieving the loss of a baby. In this lovely book, serene illustrations frame gentle words that describe heaven from a child's perspective. Includes Scriptures and space for moms and dads to record their own reflections. The perfect gift when you don't know what to say. 48 pages, padded hardcover from Multnomah.
Vendor: Multnomah Books
Publication Date: 2003
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Mommy, Please Don't Cry is a book of love and comfort for mothers who have experienced the deep sorrow of losing a child. Serene illustrations frame gentle words that describe heaven from a child's perspective. With room for the reader's personal reflections at the end of the book, every page is a poignant gift of hope and healing. "Our stories are all different, but our pain is the same," writes Linda. "We are mothers who will forever grieve the loss of our children. And yet, there is hope for our troubled souls."
Linda DeYmaz, her husband, Mark, and their four children live in Little Rock, where Mark is a pastor of the Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas. On Easter morning of 1995 their little daughter was stillborn. Linda, the author of two books, believes that God sent Ali Grace to enrich her life and give her a glimpse of heaven.
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Noah's Mommy5 Stars Out Of 5extremely comfortingMay 30, 2016Noah's MommyQuality: 5Value: 0Meets Expectations: 5I received this book as a gift from someone eho remains anonymous. I absolutely love it! My son,Noah was stillborn in February 2016. The pictures are gorgeous and words are amazingly comforting. I read it to my niece when we talj about Noah and the fact that he is in heaven and its a wonderfully beauitful place. I am thinking of purchasing some to give to other "angel baby" mommies I meet.
LindaRhode IslandAge: 55-65Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Perfect for Grandmommies, too!September 19, 2012LindaRhode IslandAge: 55-65Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My friend lost her granddaughter two weeks after she was born. This past August marked little Molly's one year anniversary in Heaven. I was searching for something to commemorate the passing of this beautiful angel, but could not find anything for a grandmother. I took the chance that this book would fit the bill and it certainly did. My friend loved the book and she found it very comforting. I am now placing another order for my friend to give to Molly's mom.
Melanee Schwind3 Stars Out Of 5September 3, 2010Melanee SchwindVery well done, and truely a sweet book. It gave me encouragement in what my baby might be seeing or doing in Heaven. Though its not really biblical on somethings it brings a smile to your face when things look so dark.
Crystal Dunn5 Stars Out Of 5September 4, 2009Crystal DunnThis book is very sweet and comforting. My cousin gave it to me 12 years ago when we lost our first child. This book put pictures to my thoughts of my child in heaven. The Scripture verses on heaven were so comforting, and I especially loved the journal section where you could write down your thoughts, and even write a letter to your child. I have given it many times over to other moms who are grieving the loss of a baby. I hightly recommend it.
Abby Lehman5 Stars Out Of 5April 15, 2009Abby LehmanThis book is powerful-a great tool for parents grieving the loss of children. We use this book for mothers who have lost a child prematurely.
Q: Would this book be appropriate for a grandmother who lost her grandbaby at two weeks due to birth defects?
No, since the sentiments in the book are consistently addressed to Mommy, it most likely would not be appropriate.
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