25 minutes | Aug 15, 2021

Episode 6 - Raising a Rainbow Baby to Remember Their Sibling in Heaven with Ashley Opliger

In this episode, Ashley Opliger discusses how to raise Rainbow Babies (or older living children) to remember their sibling in Heaven. Through her experience of raising two boys on earth after the loss of her daughter, Ashley shares four practical ways you can help your living children honor their sibling in Heaven.Ashley is joined by her four-year-old son, Branton, for a few minutes during this episode to demonstrate how to talk to a young child about God, Heaven, and their sibling in Heaven. This short episode is a sweet glimpse into Ashley's life mothering children on earth and in Heaven. If you have lost a baby and desire for your living children to know about them, this episode is for you.In this episode, Ashley shares: How to talk to your living children about their sibling in Heaven Traditions you can do to honor your baby's place in your family How to involve your living children in Celebrations of Life for your baby in Heaven such as a Heaven Day Birthday Party  Acts of Kindness you can do in memory of your baby in Heaven (plus a link to 50 ideas and a free personalized template card) How Bridget's life has positively impacted her parenting Why having a baby in Heaven has allowed them to share the Gospel in a very real and tangible way with their living children EPISODE SHOW NOTES, FULL TRANSCRIPT, & FREE PDF HOPE GUIDE:www.bridgetscradles.com/post/episode6CRADLED IN HOPE PODCAST WEBSITE:Sign up here to receive email updates and hope-filled resourceswww.bridgetscradles.com/podcastCRADLED IN HOPE FACEBOOK COMMUNITY FOR GRIEVING MOMS:www.facebook.com/groups/cradledinhopeFOLLOW BRIDGET'S CRADLESwww.facebook.com/bridgetscradleswww.instagram.com/bridgetscradleswww.pinterest.com/bridgetscradlesCONNECT WITH THE HOST | ASHLEY OPLIGERwww.ashleyopliger.comwww.facebook.com/ashleyopligerwww.instagram.com/ashleyopliger#cradledinhope #cradledinhopepodcast #bridgetscradles★ Support this podcast ★
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