I carried you every second of your life, and I will love you every second of my life.
A dedicated page for mothers who were given a fatal diagnosis or poor prognosis for the baby they are carrying inside their wombs right now.
Our hearts break for you during this sad and difficult time. We offer practical ideas and advice for preparing for the birth of your baby and navigating your anticipatory grief. We provide a list of ways to cherish the time you have with your baby and make memories together while he or she is still living inside of your womb.
A dedicated page for families walking through the heartbreaking experience of losing a baby.
Our hearts break for you during this sad and difficult time. We offer information on what to do immediately after your baby's birth, such as:
what to bring to the hospital
how to make memories with your baby during the time you have with them
how to plan a memorial service
how to prepare for your baby's burial
In their own words, bereaved families share about their experience of receiving a Bridget's Cradle for their baby in Heaven. Though a simple cradle made of yarn may seem like such a small gift to receive during an incredibly heartbreaking time, these families share how a cradle allowed them to bond with their baby in a dignified and respectful way.
We believe our cradles offer more than just a functional and stable way to hold a delicate, precious baby; each cradle is uniquely made with love and care to validate the sanctity of the baby's life it will hold. To us, our cradles are a tangible gift of comfort, love, and hope to a family in the moment of their greatest loss and grief.
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If you received a cradle for your baby in Heaven, we pray that it was comforting to you in your time of loss and allowed you to cuddle your baby in the moments you had together. We would be more than honored to hear about your baby's life story and share about him or her with the world, if that would be healing to you.
Read our featured story written by Jordan Owens, bereaved mother of Imais King Owens.
Imais was born into Heaven on July 14, 2017 and received a cradle at Wesley Medical Center in Wichita, Kansas.
"He was 2 lbs 4 oz 14 1/2 in long. He was the most beautiful baby. He was so perfect in every way. I will forever cherish the short time that I got with him."