Don’t say “she’s in a better place”
The only place a grieving parent wants their child to be is in their arms. Even the most spiritual person is human. They want their baby to take their first steps, get paint smudged on her face on her first day of kindergarten, and have a favorite movie they watch over and over. While the sentiment is nice because it’s meant to offer comfort, to a grieving parent it’s a slap in the face and a reminder that their baby isn’t with them. If other people get to have their children on earth and in Heaven, why shouldn’t they?