Real Men Sew Teeny Diapers

When you envision a typical Teeny Tears volunteer, the first stereotype that comes to mind is an offensive lineman from the local high school football team, right?  No?  Well, maybe it should be.  And maybe it will be after today!
I received a beautiful email from a local Eagle Scout candidate that was very interested in adopting Teeny Tears for his Eagle project.  He received quick approval from the Scout committee, so he gathered his family, a friend, and his fellow scouts to sew 72 diapers for angel families!
The fantastic team rolling up their sleeves...
You have a tear in your eye, don't you?  (I don't blame you.)
I'll have you know that this invested young man picked out each and every one of the fabrics for these gorgeous little diapers.
These 72 diapers have been donated to the SHARE Project of Cache Valley, Utah.  SHARE chapters are located all over the United States and serve those whose lives are touched by the tragic death of a baby through early pregnancy loss, stillbirth, or in the first few months of life.

A great big THANK YOU to Tanner for choosing Teeny Tears and to all those that participated in his Eagle Project! Words really cannot express how impressed I have been by you throughout your entire project or how touched I have been by your willingness and enthusiasm to make teeny tiny angel diapers.

Father and son!  Great men, sweet men, awesome family; I can tell you that.