Diapers by Pam Baldwin

Pam B. has been knitting and crocheting blankets and hats for her local NICU.  She is now adding Teeny Tears diapers to her list of donation items!

"This is my 10 yr old daughter Sarah. She was born at 32 weeks, 2lb 14oz at Gulf Coast Medical Center. After her 28 days in the nicu, she continues to thrive. I know that things could have been very different, and I thank god for every day I have her in my life!" ~Pam B

For Love of Blake and Shane #18, #19, #20

Angel mama Holly M. donates again in memory of her little boys, Blake and Shane.

These diapers have been made for families served bySun Home Health and Hospital in Northumberland, Pennsylvania
For Overlook Medical Center in Summit, New Jersey
For Hunterdon Healthcare in Flemington, New Jersey

For Love of Lauren Part #3

"Today was a tough day, the one year anniversary of learning that Lauren was no longer with us. Spending a little time putting together this donation and mailing it helped me keep my mind busy and I hope these sets will ease other families' aching heart just a little." ~Amy, angel mama to Lauren

To read more about little Lauren, please click here.

This collection was donated to Regional Medical Center of Orangeburg and Calhoun Counties in Orangeburg, South Carolina.

For Love of Donavan

We had a wonderful time getting together with a great group of family and friends to cut and sew diapers. When my mom and I took the diapers and blankets up to Cape Fear, the lady in charge of the bereavement was not there. I heard from her later in the day. She was so appreciative and touched that we did the diapers. Thanks for allowing me to have that wonderful feeling and experience. 

It was such a wonderful experience to be able to provide this service for families in need. Throughout the whole experience, my mind kept going back to my sister and her sweet angel Donavan. I can still remember all of the trouble she had finding something to bury Donavan in. I am so glad that I am a part of providing that bit of service for grieving families. 

My sister told me that it was difficult in the logistics of finding something to bury Donavan in but there was also an emotional burden of having to search for something to bury your tiny baby in. She loves that this service will alleviate a burden from a grieving family at a terrible time. Thank you for honoring her and her dear angel baby.    ~Elizabeth M., angel auntie to Donavan

 These diapers were donated for families served by Cape Fear Valley Medical Center in Fayetteville, North Carolina and Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, Hawaii.