Pictured here is the silver charm created
by her great-great aunt and jewelry
artist, Pat Yawn Lundberg, with the
photo she used for a model. Any
donation over the cost of the charms
benefit the "Sailor's Snuggles" program
where teddy bears are donated to needy
children or those who have been involved
in highway accidents.
This is a gazebo built in loving memory of
Sweetpea by her grandfather (Poppy). It is
decorated with hand-carved baby angels and
hearts. We in the family believe she was an
angel from the day she was born and
captured our hearts. Because Sailor loved
baby ducks, Poppy carved two of them to
flank the entrance. Every inch of "Sweetpea's
House" has amazing detail and represents
something about her.
|"Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others
cannot keep it from themselves." (J.M. Barrie)
This is a colored pencil drawing of
Sweetpea done by Austin Williams, a
talented eighth grade student that was
in my class during the 00-01 school year.
This is a portrait done of Sailor in her
first birthday dress by another
BabyCenter mommy, Dawn. The
mommies from the Dec. 99 board had it
framed and sent to us. This portrait
captured a very special memory for us.
|Telfair Regional Hospital
Friends and family designed murals and
decorated a room in memory of Sailor Kate at
local Telfair Regional Hospital. This room is
designated for pediatrics. Sailor Kate was given
excellent care at this hospital before being
airlifted to Scottish Rites.
CLick here to see more pictures and read the
article written about it.
|McRae United Methodist Church
The nursery at McRae UMC was painted with happy murals
in memory of Sailor Kate. The children who attended
Vacation Bible School all contributed to the project. Click
here to see more pics!