Some new things

I just wanted to share a couple of bits of news on this, another snowy day in New England.

First, I am excited and honored to be a part of a special blog series for mothers who are pregnant following a loss.  The series starts tomorrow over at Stillborn and Still Breathing, and is meant to be a source of encouragement and affirmation during what can be a very emotionally difficult time.   If you are pregnant again after a loss, I’m curious: what has been your experience?

Final Icon PAL Series 2 with website

Second, I have added a new size for sketches to my Etsy site. Now, in addition to a 9″ x 12″ sketch, which is wonderful for hanging on a wall, I am also offering a smaller, 5″ x 7″ sketch, which is not only less expensive, but is also a better size for a table top frame.  Additionally, I have begun working on sketches of older children – not just babies.  As soon as I am finished, I will have a photo to be able to add a listing to my Etsy shop, but until then, if you are interested in having a sketch done of an older child, please let me know!  You can order it in the meantime as an “infant” memorial sketch, in the size of your choice. I would love to honor your child and create one for you!

Finally, I mention those things now because I also have a sale going on through the end of February: 14% off your order with the coupon code LOVEYOUFOREVER14.

I hope you are staying safe and warm if you find yourself in the path of the snow today!  One blogger dubbed this “The Winter That Nearly Killed All the Moms,” and as my three energetic boys bounce off the walls today, I’m inclined to agree with her.  How about you?

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