Our lives have been shaped by Family. We have 6 beautiful children, 2 of them in heaven... all of them Angels.
Because 2 of our daughters were stillborn we have appreciated our living children infinitely more. Though Launa and Jaine never breathed we have made it our purpose to live for them.
On May 17th 2009 our first daughter, Launa Mae was Born at 36 weeks.
Her name is ours combined meaning "To Meet" and Mae meaning "the Goddess of springtime." Perfect in every way, 5lbs 9oz we buried her 2 days later.
The pain was so deep and the questions so big... we did not share our experience with others for seven years.
On June 27th 2018 our 5th child, Jaine Veloy was born at 36 weeks 6lbs 9 oz.
Jaine meaning "gift from God" Veloy coming from her Grandmother who passed recently before. Also Perfect in every way, we buried her on Lavon's birthday.
We were never given any answers to what caused our daughter's deaths.
We were left with a hole in our hearts so big nothing could fill it. With the support of family, friends and angels we have learned to accept the gift of 36 weeks. We realize that 36 weeks is still enough to change our lives for the better. We're not going to let our children go without them fulfilling their purpose.
By doing the best we can to be better people specifically because of Launa and Jaine, we have found healing, purpose and deep meaning in our experiences.
We have experienced the fulfillment of the words of Christ, "Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted." We want to help fulfill that promise to others.
The true comforter is Christ, we want to share the message of hope through giving gifts in honor of those we have lost to express one simple truth,
Life is a Gift.
Life is not measured by the breaths we take but by the moments that take our breath away.
Our mission is to comfort those who mourn.
We design and create angel baby crafts for those who mourn. We regularly gift our keepsakes to families in mourning and offer them an opportunity to pay it forward to another family through the "We Remember" program.
By this process we are able to comfort those who mourn, honor our daughters by comforting those who mourn and inviting others to do the same.