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To request free diaper patterns and a welcome packet, please visit this link.

Mailing Address:
Teeny Tears
c/o Schwartz and Bradshaw
6965 Union Park Center Suite 280
Cottonwood Heights, UT 84047


Rhonda Uren said...

Dear Megan

Thank you so much for your reply email today and the attached Teeny Tears Diaper Patterns and information pack. "Gowns of Love" will now be able to look to provide Teeny Tears Diapers for our precious babies in Franklin, New Zealand also.
Rhonda Uren
New Zealand

Sheila said...

Dear TeenyTears crafters,
I would like to express so many THANK YOU's for the sweet donation of wee diapers for parents that have experienced the loss of a dream. When they arrived we were in awe of the size and the talent. I took them to Banner Good Samaritan Hospital NICU because they have the small gestation babies. The gestational age for babies here in the Phoenix Children's Hospital NICU is usually between 30 weeks and full term. If that size is an option for your talents we would be very grateful to accept.
Thank you...Sheila

peachiekeehn said...

To receive personalized distribution cards, please email and be sure to include the following information:
In loving memory of _angel babies gone too soon______________ (or “”)
Handcrafted by Sherry Stout_________________ (including city and state if you like)2408-40th st Lubbock, Tx 79412

Anonymous said...

I have been working in labor and delivery at UPMC Magee Women's Hospital for the last few months. I saw your diapers at the nurse's station as I left the room of a lovely women experiencing a fetal death. They were set in a lovely box with a card. I quickly figured out what they were for, and I just wanted to come here and let you know how touched I was at this gesture. Thank you for your efforts.

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Justin Allen said...


I'm pretty sure your organization donated a diaper toy wife and I when we lost our son at 22 Weeks last August. My wife endured labor and all, only to have to decide whether to bury or cremate our child. The end of last year was a hard pill to swallow.

That diaper represents lots of love and compassion to my wife and I. It helped us see that we were not alone. What you and your group are doing is amazing. I saw your story on KUTV and had to reach out. What you give families that suffer this tragedy is more than just a little piece of fabric. It's hope. And ours hangs in our little Wyatt's shadow box, next to his urn.

You all are Angels. Thank you so much.

Kathy Smock said...

I saw your piece on KUTV and have a sewing machine i have been trying to sell online without any response, so wondered if you are in need of one . I will donate it to your cause if someone can come & pick it up. It is a cabinet model , Singer Futura with extra special stitching cams, as well as other extras. It is in great shape and the cabinet is also a very nice piece of furniture. Someone with a pickup and probably a dolly of some kind could handle it. Let me know. Kathy Smock, 969 Shetland Ln. Farmington, UT. Email me with response and I will send you my phone # privately to make arrangements if you are interested

Megan B ♥ said...

Dear Kathy, I have not received an email from you and you did not leave an email here on this link. I am unable to get a hold of you without an email address.

Unknown said...

I am not sure if this is appropriate to ask. I am a grieving mother who lost her baby at 11 weeks. They believe that she had the exact genetic disorder that my son had. My son is 1 of 33,000 with this genetic disorder that came to be a live birth. His twin, that we lost, they believe that it had the same. We should know soon for sure, they took her immediately after they took her from me to be tested.

I feel as though my baby was called to be born into a world that was not made for her. Our hospital works with this amazing funeral home and they will be cremating her tomorrow and we will be provided with her cremains. That is such a blessing, I know there are many mothers that do not get that opportunity. I get to bring her home, even if it's not the way that I had wished. She would never get to wear it, I know. I just feel like I need something for her that was made for her. Something, one thing, in this world that was made for her.

I know it sounds silly and that it probably sounds as though that it makes no sense. I would make it for her, but honestly, I don't feel that I could bring myself to do it. I am having difficulty with this.

Is there anyway that I could get at least a diaper or tunic for her, for me. I can say that she had something just for her.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you so very much for all you are doing. God bless you!

D. Miller
A grieving mother

Sarah Lynn Russell said...

Today, at Bingham Memorial Hospital in Blackfoot, Idaho, we received a surprise package of 17 miniature hats, receiving blankets and diapers. I have tears in my eyes. As a social worker, I see first hand the heartbreak and loss that come when parents mourn the loss of their baby. Thank you for providing this beautiful gift. They are the ultimate expression of love and empathy. Thank you!