The objective of our business is to provide high quality products to families suffering the
loss of a miscarried child or early stillbirth. Our products were developed to allow for handling and burial of
a tiny baby consistent with how we handle other losses in our society.
This is a home based business. The items you see are created and stocked in our home.
We pride ourselves on being able to provide personalized items quickly to a family suffering a miscarriage or early stillbirth.
we have been blessed to bring seven living children into this world, along the way, we have lost three children to miscarriage.
Our first two died at 6 and 10 weeks of gestation, and their remains are buried in baby food jars at the head of
our gravesites. We wish there were better options for us in burial of our babies. Our last loss was
at 17 weeks and required us to go through labor at the hospital. Since our baby should have still been in the water
of the womb, we chose to place him in a jar of saline water and his appearance improved dramatically from when
he was delivered. Despite searching diligently for a suitable burial casket, we were not able to find any funeral
home or cemetary who would help us find a casket for a baby only 8 inches long. He was buried in a canning jar that
fit into a wooden box we had found. I sewed linens to make it look like a casket. We realized there
was a real need to provide burial materials for miscarried children, and so we began developing and offering these products.