Peace Bears, Picking Berries & Pink & Black Glasses

June 12, 2012 at 10:40 pm | Posted in Grief, life lessons, twins, why I write | 7 Comments
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Pink & Black Glasses:



Picking Berries:

Peace Bear Project:

Peace Bear Project, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization for families grieving a stillbirth or early infant death.  This non-profit was created by the parents of Peace A. Young who was stillborn on July 20, 2005. In her memory, they deliver teddy bears to other families leaving hospitals with empty arms.

Thank you Cheryl for writing to me about Peace Bears. Also, thanks so much to Hillary for letting me know about Wish for Wendy and to others who have let me know about organizations I will write about soon.


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  1. Please tell Alyssa how beautiful she looks…and smart…and grown up. 🙂
    Love, Amy

  2. Glasses are cool.

  3. She looks beautiful! And so smart and sophisticated. Let her know us ladies in glasses will definitely stick together!

  4. Thanks for the shout out, and love the glasses.

  5. Love the glasses! (Jadan will be jealous–she has always wanted them!) And nice to know about Peace Bears. Sounds like a lovely organization.

  6. very nice glasses – can not wait to see them!!

  7. I love the frames, very geek chique, which is just my style.
    I also love the idea of Peace Bears. We did not have such a service offered to us from the hospital where we lost our daughter, but we did opt for a huggable Teddy Bear urn for her remains and I am very glad to have something tangible to hold in moments when I want to physically and emotionally connect with her memory.

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