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How do you....*please don't quote* Mandy ♥ Hailey+Roo 2 kids; Middleton, Idaho 11788 posts
23rd Aug '12

Thanks Ladies. I figured there was no easy way, but figured I'd ask anyway.

Amber n dave Due August 28; 3 kids; Wisconsin 2620 posts
23rd Aug '12

theres really no easy way to do it. Id say the best thing to do is just come out and tell her that her mom passed away.

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49254 posts
23rd Aug '12

Maybe something like "I understand you don't like your mother very much, but you have the right to know that she's passed away."

~Ba.zin.ga~ Due December 4 (girl); 1 child; Under your bed, OO, United States 3938 posts
23rd Aug '12

I'd sit her down and tell her exactly what happened.

breathingchaos 1 child; Tennessee 882 posts
23rd Aug '12

I agree, just come out and tell her. :/ There's never an easy way to tell someone that someone so personally close to them is gone. She may have hated her mom, but I don't truly believe you can ever hate the people that brought you into this world. :/ I hope everything goes alright.

Squid Kid Unavailable, NA, United States 32346 posts
23rd Aug '12

I'd use a card and leave information to contact her family and the location of the grave site in the card and tell her you're there if she needs you. I'd leave it at that.

Mandy ♥ Hailey+Roo 2 kids; Middleton, Idaho 11788 posts
23rd Aug '12
Quoting Squid Kid:" I'd use a card and leave information to contact her family and the location of the grave site in the card and tell her you're there if she needs you. I'd leave it at that."

All gone.

~Manda Panda +3 1/2~ 16 kids; Arkansas 39074 posts
23rd Aug '12

I lost my dad at 15. There's not an east way.
I'd just say I have some bad news and tell her. Then be there for her because its gonna be a rough ride.

Hy'ska 2 kids; Washington 50791 posts
23rd Aug '12

I'd just be upfront and honest. Can't really sugar coat this kinda thing.

Debbie_Frutos Due September 27 (girl); 1 child; Spartanburg, South Carolina 1138 posts
23rd Aug '12

one mama on here had to do the same thing a couple years ago. She just sat her down and told her. The little girl was 6 or 7. So she had to have some counseling and all that. There isn't any easy way to tell her that her momma isnt coming back

Mamitato2 Due November 30; 2 kids; Dover, Pennsylvania 983 posts
23rd Aug '12

I would be honest and sit down and tell her she passed away. I would have a grief counselor lined up for her to help her and you guys deal with how she may feel

Mandy ♥ Hailey+Roo 2 kids; Middleton, Idaho 11788 posts
23rd Aug '12

All gone....

Squid Kid Unavailable, NA, United States 32346 posts
23rd Aug '12
Quoting Mandy loves Hailey:"



Well then include that information in there.