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Memorial tattoos *LeeAnn+3* 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Batesville, Arkansas 12492 posts
3rd Feb '13

I have 2 ideas for a memorial tat.



1st: pregnancy/infant loss ribbon with Angel Baby in the middle, dates along the side?
Which dates? Loss date on one side edd on other side?
Input?



2nd: tiny baby feet with wings connected then one foot blue dots other foot with pink dots like a shadow & how many weeks at loss time & day of loss under
Input?




Have better ideas? Let me know!!



I'm doing this on my due date btw!

☆ IVAN'S MAMI 1 child; Utah 4210 posts
3rd Feb '13

i always wanted to get a tattoo on memory of my son father but never did... i wanted to get something that meant strong .... and i could over come anything... sorry not much help

*LeeAnn+3* 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Batesville, Arkansas 12492 posts
3rd Feb '13

Bump, I know someone has to have some ideas!!!

LayLu (girl); 17 kids; Virginia 4007 posts
3rd Feb '13

It's really up to you and your preference. I carried my son full term, had him, and got to enjoy six hours with him. I've always used owls to represent him and got an owl on my arm with his initials above it.

PurpleBama582 52 kids; Dothan, Alabama 3875 posts
3rd Feb '13

I have a tattoo that commemorates all of my children, the living ones and the ones I lost through miscarriages(I actually have two more to add to it...one miscarriage, and hopefully another live birth this summer). I have a rose vine going around my wrist. For my living children, I have full blooms in color(pink for my oldest daughter, blue for my son, and purple for my youngest daughter). For the miscarriages I'd had up to the point I got the tattoo, they are small white rose buds. They go in the order of my pregnancies, child, loss, child, loss, child.

thisunrest India 10364 posts
3rd Feb '13

I'm not much of a help. I wouldn't get a memorial tattoo because the experiences of those I've met who have them haven't been easy. Some relive the loss every time they answer questions about their tattoo, and some feel the grief more strongly whenever they look at theirs.