I needed information, so I Googled what I needed. I suggest you do the same, but here is what I found and how it played out in our lives (1 of 2) 

Show Notes:

1:05 Some great Google Information
1:30 There are great resources out there, go look for them
2:10 First, the "Do's"
2:27 1 - Tell the truth
3:35 2 - Be prepared for a variety of responses
5:35 3 - Make sure you use the words "die" or "dead"
6:20 4 - Share the information in doses
7:10 5 - Be comfortable saying "I don't know"
8:30 6 - Cry, cry together, cry often... it's natural and healing
9:15 7 - Let your child participate in all the process and rituals
9:55 8 - Let your child grieve in his/her own way
11:02 9 - Prepare your child for what will happen at the funeral service
12:30 10 - Prepare your child for what will happen without the loved one
13:12 11 - Prepare to talk about thoughts and feelings often
14:03 12 - Remember to take care of yourself

Ryan Roy

Ryan's father abandoned him when he was only five years old. After getting married, his biggest fear was having a child and not knowing how to be a good dad. After studying everything he could find, writing a bestselling book, hosting 300 episodes of a popular parenting podcast, PLUS growing an immensely successful FBI Dads program at his own kids' school... Ryan has decided to share what he's learned. FBI Dads is Ryan's life mission. Ryan welcomes YOU to join him in this journey to help dads connect, be present and be a positive influence on their children.