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This memorial was created for my angel Robyn Nikole. Who was born into GOD'S hands on February 1st, 1994. I love you and I miss you. MY heart aches for you my sweet angel. I will be with you someday. Until then you be a good girl. Kiss Grandma & Grandpa for us all. 
 
Love,
Mommy

DO YOU KNOW...

Do you know how hard it is
To hold a baby who doesn't cry?
Do you know how hard it is
To tell that baby goodbye?

Do you know how hard it is
To look at an empty bed?
Knowing your child should be there
Resting her sleepy head?

Do you know how hard it is
Feeling that you're to blame?
And no matter what they tell you
You'll always feel the same

Do you know the heartache
Knowing she's gone for good?
And feeing that you didn't do
all the things you could

Do you know how hard it is
To hear that it's Gods will?
Do you know the emptiness
When your child is born still?

IN MEMORY OF MY ANGEL
Robyn Nikole Arcudi
February 1st, 1994

MY ANGEL ROBYN NIKOLE
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Born still into Gods hands on February 1st, 1994

 

Rights Of Parents When A Baby Dies



To be given the opportunity to see, hold and touch their baby at any time before and/ or after death within reason.


To have photographs of their baby taken, and made available to the parents or held in security until the parents wish to see them.


To be given as many mementos as possible, e.g. crib card, baby beads, ultrasound and/or other photos, lock of hair, feet and handprints and record of weight and length.


To name their child and bond with him or her.


To observe cultural and religious practices.


To be cared for by an empathetic staff who will respect their feelings, thoughts, beliefs and individual requests.


To be with each other through hospitalization as much as possible.


To be given time alone with their baby, allowing for individual needs.


To be informed of the grieving process.


To request an autopsy. In the case of miscarriage, to request to have or not have an autopsy or pathology exam as determined by applicable law.


To have information presented in terminology understandable to the parents, regarding their baby’s status and cause of death, including autopsy and pathology reports and medical records.


To plan a farewell ritual, burial or cremation in compliance with local state regulations and according to their personal beliefs, religious or cultural tradition.


To be provided with information on support resources that assist in the healing process, e.g., support groups, counseling, reading material and perinatal loss newsletters.



Rights Of The Baby


To be recognized as a person who was born and died.

To be named.

To be seen, touched and held by the family.

To have life ending acknowledged.

To be put to rest with dignity.




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