became real, based on a personal need to be in memory of our kids. In 2007 we both faced the tragedy...Read more
Mum, did Albert have wings when he was born?
Anton 6 years old
Today 2 small princesses are buried
A mom must kiss her kids goodbye for the last time. My thoughts and not rational hope.
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We want to be a platform, where there is a basic atmosphere of ‘space’. Space for being in deep grief. Space for having lost someone years ago. Space for being a relative to someone grieving and not knowing quite what to do. Space for asking questions - and for not asking. Space for simply thinking, that we offer some very nice products.
We wish to be the place where you can find personalized memorial items, where you can find a paper windmill – even in winter, and a red heart – even in summer.
We want to be a place where you can find inspiration on how to make decorations for the grave and how it can be done together with your kids - even how it can turn into an occasion where you to have a good chat about life and death and our beloved ones whom we are missing.
Our motivations for starting MindMyAngel were the losses of our sons. Our children who died are still our children. We want to create a platform where every child in the family, equally have their own place whether dead or alive.
There is no comfort or consolidation that can take away the pain in our hearts. However, lighting a candle, putting a flower in a vase next to a picture, hanging a special heart or baubles on the Christmas tree, can be a small but welcome light in the dark.
In the past, when having lit a candle by the grave, we often rushed away on leaving the grave, and did not dare to look back, as it would be unbearable to see the little flame go out in the wind. We’ve come to think of it as being symbolic that we sell cemetery lights, funeral- and votive candles with a cover that is extra protective. Now, the flame burns until the candle has burned out.
MindMyAngle wishes, to be that small light from the candle, that does not easily go out.
Kamilla and Rebekka