Premature baby loss babies in limbo!

For a premature baby loss you no longer have to have a cremation.

Cheeky Chums are sensitive to the needs of parents at the time of their loss.A baby bereavement section was added a few years ago to our main webasite for premature babies.the baby berevement section is aimed to help make the passing of a premature baby loss more comforting to the family.

What is babies in limbo?

sweeping the concept out of the Roman catholics church’s teaching.

before 2005 Limbo was concocted in the 13th century as a solution to the theological conundrum of what happened to babies who died before they were christened.

According to their doctrine, they could not go to heaven because their original sin had not been expunged by baptism. Yet they had done nothing to harm anyone so they scarcely deserved purgatory, let alone hell.

So what happened to a baby that was born stillborn or died after days after birth Well before 2005 Across Britain and Ireland lie thousands of unmarked mass graves. People drive past them every day, not knowing that in them are buried tens of thousands of tiny stillborn babies. Hidden and secret, it is as though they never existed they would be buried near churches.In marsh boggy land no sign of  the gravestones as with adults.

Recent comments from an undertaker told us many years ago a tiny premature baby that had passed away would be whisked away for incineration no no family burial or a baby cremation service. A family was left to get on with it after a loss.

Nursing staff are more compassionate these days to help parents through the grieving process even for the smallest of infants.

Worried in case baby does go to limbo well don’t.Idont believe babies go to limbo especially when God Hates” hands that shed innocent blood” Proverbs 6 verse 17. or Matthew 19 verse 14 Jesus said, Suffer LITTLE CHILDREN, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.

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