I would suggest you don't bring anything except perhaps some tasteful flowers. The last thing the little girl really needs is a stuffed toy to remind her of this sad day. Odds are she probably has enough toys already anyway.
That would be nice<br />
some flowers for the mother and father <br />
ITS not about you never being through this its the parents who lost a child
NO person does, what to say or what to do
Perhaps a children's book on grief?
Well besides a good long hug...<br />
Do you think she would like a teddy bear? Maybe to remember her little brother by?
Sometimes, just a simple hug is what's needed for all. Being held and having human contact is what is truly needed.
Do a google search on this topic. I'm sure there is some answers there also. I have no answer.
My condolences to you and your friends. I think it would be very kind and yes appropriate for you to take the little girl a small gift like a teddy bear.
if you are going to bring her something, make it meaningful. like a locket with her brother's picture, or a pendant with his name so she can always keep him close to her heart. no a teddy bear. those are generic. it may be better not to bring anything at all in comparison to a stuffed toy.
no problem, and my condolences to your friend and her family. at least that child's pain is ended and they were able to know him, even if only for a little while.
You know, nobody really knows h right answer. If your heart says bring a gift, then do it. Let your best instincts lead the way and you'll be fine
Awww, I'm sorry to hear what happened. I think it's a lovely idea!
Yes, that's appropriate. Say nothing other than you are happy to see her and/or love her (if true). Definitely no, I'm sorry statements. Let her parents deal with her on things like that.
Yes, i think they'd appreciate it.
I think that is a wonderful idea. She needs comfort, she lost her brother
I think it is appropriate. Show your love to the family and daughter, a teddy bear will be nice.