Friday, September 11, 2009

Greyson's Gift

I just found out about this yesterday, and thought I would help by joining in on this cause. Check out Greyson's Gift to find out more and to help out. I am planning on making a couple of tiny blankets for very tiny babies of fetal demise. If any of you have had or know of someone who has had a stillborn or NICU baby, I am sure this cause would be close to your heart. If you can sew, knit, or crochet a small blanket, please help out. Tell your friends about it too! Let's get as many people as we can to help out in this great cause!
 The sizes needed are: small 12"x 12" or medium 24"x 24" (or both). 

Please ship blankets to:
Meryntha Haro
1301 East Debbie Lane, Ste 102
Mansfield, TX 76063




Gabrielle said...

This is really a great cause, I have a friend who works in the NICU and these little blankets are a treasure! Have a great SITS Friday.

Mommy Bear said...

This is a wonderful cause!

Amber said...

Thanks for sharing about this wonderful cause! Hope you have a great weekend!

Anonymous said...

what a wondeful cause!

may you find all the success


Anonymous said...

What an awesome cause.

I recently started my own site where I send care packages to the parents who have lost babies because of pregnancy loss or infant loss.

Melissa B. said...

So sweet! Thanks so much for sharing info on this important effort. And in the spirit of today's SITS Saturday Sharefest, I'm offering the 5 bloggers near me on the SITS Roll Call this morning a special treat...I'll guest blog for ya! I'm prolific, I know how to write, and I'm willing. What could be better than that?

Honeysmoke said...

Happy SITS Saturday Sharefest

My youngest spent some time in the hospital nursery, and we loved all of the goodies other families made for our little one.

satakieli said...

This is a wonderful idea. My son was in the NICU for one month after his premature birth. A local TX charity gave us a beautiful handmade blanket and a little outfit specially made for the nurses to be able to keep all of his wires and monitors attached.

Having a NICU baby is so heartbreaking, I can say firsthand that things like this are amazing for parents of NICU babies.