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Eulogies and Funeral Tributes: Young Child or Toddler Eulogy 5 min


Word Count: 723
Price: US$24.90


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 This is an emotional, beautiful eulogy to a young child or toddler which offers comforting words, support, love and praise to the family involved.

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“This is courage…to bear unflinchingly what heaven sends”.  I quote Euripides from Ancient Greece but I am sorry Euripides, I disagree.  Perhaps in ancient civilization it was thought noble to not to flinch when heaven **** **** *** ************ ****** ******** ** **** ********** ******** **** ** ** **** **** ********** ** **** **** ***** ******* **** **** *** ******** ******* **** ** **** ******* ** ****** *** **** *****************

Today we are all hurting and we feel angry and grief stricken.  Our hearts are full *** ********* *** **** **** ***** ********** ****** ***************** ** ********* ***** ************** **** **** ***** *** ******** ** ****** ****** **** ***** ******* *** ********** ** ***** *** *** **** ** **** **** **** ******** ** ************ ** ** **** **** ** ****** ***** **** **** **** *********** *** ****** *** ****** ** * ******* ****** ********* ********** **** ***** ** ** ***** * ****** *** **** ** ***** **** ********** ***** *** ** ******** *** **** ********* **** ********

I am sure many of us have some delightful memories of moments spent watching (Child).  One ** ** ********* ** ** *** ******* **** ******* ******* *** ****** ********** *** * **** ********* *********** ******** *********** ****** ******** *************** **** *** *** ********** *** **** **** ****** *** ******* ***** ** *********** * **** **** ******* * ******* **** ****** ************ **** ********* **** * ********** *** **** *** ****** ********* **** ******* ******* **** ***** **** *** ****** **** ********* * ******* ** ******** ************

(Her/his) (beauty/hansomeness) grew as (she/he) did.  As did (her/his) gentle, fun filled nature.  Guided by (her/his) **** ****** *** *** *** ******** ****** ** **** ******* **** ***** **** **** ************ ****** ******* ***** **** **** ***** ******* *** *** ******** ** *** ************* ********* ******* **** *********** *********** ********* **** ******** ********* ******* **** ********** ********* ***** **** ******** *** ********* **** **** *** *******

How we all loved (her/him).  How we all will miss (her/him).  How we all hurt helplessly *** ****** ***** **** *** ******** ** ********* ***** ****** ********* **** *** *************** ***** **** *** **** ** ** **** *** ********** ** **** **** **** ********* *** ***** *** **** **** *********** *** ** ** ****** ***

I don’t know all the answers but I do know that the key thing we have ** *** **** ** *********** **** *** ******* **** ** **** **** **** *** ************* **** *** *** *** *** **** ********* ** ********* **** *** *** ******* *** *** **** *************** *** ** **** ******** **** ****** *****

I read an article recently written by Barbara Bush, First Lady of the United States.  In ** *** ****** *** ***** ** *** ********** ***** *** **** **** ******** ** *** *** ** ************ *** ***** **** ** ******* **** ****** ***** **************** *** **** ****** ** ****** *** **** ** *** * ***** ** ************* **** ***** **** *** **** ******* ****** *** ********* ******** *** ************ **** ************** ** *** ********** ** ***** ****** ******** **** ***** ***** *********** **** ******** ******* *** ***** ******

            “I don’t cry over her anymore.  She is a happy, bright part of our lives.”

She quotes her husband as having written the following:

            “But she is still with us.  We need her and yet we have her.  We ***** ***** **** *** *** ** *** **** ********** ** **** *** **** **** ** *** ***** *** * ******* **** ******

Their story may help you both one day (Parents).  But for now I just want you ** **** **** **** ** *** *** ****** **** *** ********** ************ ** **** * *********** ** **** *** *********** ** *** ******* *** ********** ** ***** *** *** ******* *** *** ** *** ***** *** *** ***** ***** ********* *** *** **** *** **** **** *******

I leave you with a poem sent to the Bush family by a friend:

            So I am glad not that my loved one has gone

            But that the earth she laughed and lived on

            Was my earth, too.

            That I had known and loved her,

            And that my love I’d shown.

            Tears over her departure?

            Nay a smile

            That I had walked with her a little while.


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