The innocence and resilience of childhood, plus the amazing questions about death and funeral services. It's good to be honest, open and aware of your child's needs. 

Show Notes:

1:00 Listen to the prior two episodes if you haven't already
1:40 The questions... none at first
2:10 Let us know when you DO have questions... and he did
2:45 He wanted details about when and how
3:12 Be honest, but be aware of the circumstances
4:00 What happened was very rare
4:40 He has a million questions, a MILLION questions
5:10 A car is an amazing place to connect with your child
5:48 Yes, I never experienced that before
6:35 A church? We're not going to a graveyard!
7:30 Set expectations of what will happen
8:00 Saying goodbyes
9:00 It depends of what the family wants
10:00 Open, closed and cremation
11:10 I get to keep her in my room
12:00 Kids are resilient
13:00 Normalcy 

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.