There is nothing more vulnerable than a small baby, and no one more fearful than parents of a newborn who is struggling. We hope that the little things we make provide the families they are given to some comfort during an extremely difficult time.

Our Mission

To provide a piece of comfort and tenderness to infants staying in the neo-natal intensive care unit and their families during a time of immense stress.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Almost Wordless Wednesday

Packed and ready to go!


St. Joseph

The emoitional walk to the NICU


Our first quilt was given to Baby Madilynn

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful baby. Love the b&w photos. Adds atmosphere to the story :)

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  2. awww what a great way to help with quilts.
    beautiful idea and beautiful quilts! thanks for sharing!!

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  3. The baby who received the first GracieJane quilt at the neonatal unit was my granddaughter Madilynn (Maddie). My daughter was quite thrilled to receive the quilt it was a lovely gesture and something we will always treasure. Timing was perfect as we were just recovering from a down loop on the rollar coaster of miracles at the NICU. It was very comforting for my daughter and will provide Maddie with love and comfort through out her life. Your kindness is greatly appreciated

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  4. You've reduced me to tears. My god daughter was born at 28 weeks and weighed 1 lb. 11 oz. She spent 12 weeks and 1 day in the NICU and is now a thriving, happy little 6 month old who weighs around 9 lbs. The work you do is beautiful and inspiring. I have been looking for a project to get involved in, and I think I've just found the perfect one. God bless you for what you do.

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  5. oh this post hits home with me! my first daughter was born at 3lb 12oz and spend a month in that very same nicu (that picture IS very emotional indeed!). they were amazing there. i will definitely keep my eyes peeled for a chance to donate to this awesome cause!

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