Ma’Ko’Quah Jones says her daughters were aged 5 and 2 when their baby brother died. But they unknowingly found one way to openly cope with the loss. With dolls or even bear figurines, they would play “games where the baby died and the mommy and daddy was very sad.”

Ma’Ko’Quah Jones says her daughters were aged 5 and 2 when their baby brother died. But they unknowingly found one way to openly cope with the loss. With dolls or even bear figurines, they would play “games where the baby died and the mommy and daddy was very sad.