Mother’s Day Name Project 2013 #WW

David and I have been honored to participate in the Twinkle of Light Mother’s Day Name Project. We were given the names of babies who have died through miscarriage, pregnancy loss and stillbirth, and infant loss. We created a special image for each family, writing, drawing, photographing and knitting these babies’ names to remember and honor them. In return, each family created Clara’s name for us. (I will share Clara’s beautiful name pictures in a later post.)

Mother's Day Name Project 2013 | The Destiny Manifest #grief #stillbirth #infantloss

I have included all of the completed names from this project, and I hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoyed creating them. I have also posted them in full-resolution in an album on my Facebook fan page as well.


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If you have suffered from pregnancy or infant loss, and would like us to create your child’s name, please fill out our Google form. It would be our honor!

I’m linking up several places for Wordful/Wordless Wednesday…

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23 Replies to “Mother’s Day Name Project 2013 #WW”

  1. Wonderful project and those you created images for came out just beautiful. Seriously, you two have done such an amazing service here and just so proud to call you a friend!! 🙂

    1. I appreciate that very much, Janine. It was inspiring to channel our grief into making other people smile… and it was wonderful to find a project that jolted David into wanting to draw again! 🙂

    1. I hope it helps the other parents. I know it has helped me to have Clara’s name written all over the world, to know that her name is being said and drawn and created. It brings home the fact that she is not forgotten. 🙂

    1. Thank you Michelle! As soon as I saw the name Aryn, I wanted to knit it! I’m glad it came out so well… I hadn’t charted a knitting graph in a long time!

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