To honor Fiona – March giveaway #3

Thanks to all who have been entering this month’s contests!  I’m so happy to be creating these special paintings in memory of your little ones.

This week’s giveaway is going to be for multiples.

Only I didn’t want to paint it yet because there are so many different kinds of multiples.  So if you have lost twins, triplets, quads or more, multiples and a singleton, or if you had more than one singleton loss,  I will create a painting that is similar to the painting from week #1 (shown below), with a large mommy heart surrounded by smaller hearts, but with enough hearts and names to represent your situation.   I know that not all of your losses may have names, but I can represent them with a heart. We can work together to get it just right for you.

The text will read “As long as I’m living my babies you’ll be.”

As a reminder, here is a photo of the painting from week #1

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To enter, please post a little about your situation (for example, “I lost twins, Fiona and Brigid, and  two singletons“) in the comments below. Please enter only once. The entries will close on Friday, March 21 at 8 p.m. EDT, and I will announce the winner at 8:30 p.m.

Good luck!

UPDATE:  After a busy Friday and Saturday morning, I am just getting a few minutes to post the winner.  So sorry for the delay!  Congratulations to Tyler Clausen, the first commenter, for winning this week’s giveaway.  Tyler, please let me know when you get the message.  I will be personalizing this painting just for your little winged ones. ❤

12 thoughts on “To honor Fiona – March giveaway #3

  1. I lost a set of twins-Kinley Marie and Riley Jean. They were both born at almost 23 weeks due to preterm labor and an infection in my uterus. We were able to hold them each for about an hour before they passed away.

  2. I lost twin daughters, Willow Anne & Hazel Jaymes, due to pPROM in Dec of 2012. My water broke at 19w6d and I was able to hold off and deliver them at 26w4d. Willow lived 16 hours and Hazel lived for 8 days. They were my first pregnancy after 6 years of infertility and treatments. I miss them more and more everyday.

  3. We lost our identical twin boys October 14th, 2010 at 26 weeks. Their names are Takoda and Enapay Revilla♥ Thanks again Eileen, for helping us mommies heal 🙂

  4. I have had three losses. I had a stillborn son at 38 weeks, an eptopic pregnancy at 5 weeks and a miscarriage at 9 weeks. Thank you for what you do.

  5. I lost my twins exactly one year to the day and just hours apart from the day that I lost my oldest son Matthew. My twins names are Michael Anthony and Madlynn Jeanne. Michael lived for 7 hours while they tried to keep Madlynn in utero. He waited for her. When she came, they both went peacefully within a couple of hours. they were 24 weeks. Thank you so much for all you do.

  6. I lost two little boys. Joshua in Oct 2009, aged 3 1/2 months because of a virus causing viral encephalitis and Oscar, in Nov 2013, aged 2 1/2 months to SIDS.

  7. I lost twins, Robbie and Jake, in a triplet pregnancy to TTTS at exactly 26 weeks. Robbie was stillborn and Jake lived a couple of hours. Also an early miscarriage. Thanks for what you do; it makes a difference.

  8. Lost my Id twins Scarlett Josephine and Eleanor Rose due to TTTS on October 10th and October 14th 2011 after PROM on September 22nd.

  9. I lost my first daughter, Riley Grace at 24 weeks due to a cord accident on 3/1/08. I lost my son, Braylen Jeremiah at 7 weeks d/t miscarriage on 9/19/09. I lost my second son, Logan Kale, at 11 weeks d/t misscarriage on 1/21/13. He had Down Syndrome. I also lost my second daughter, Audrey Rayne, at 8 weeks on 10/7/13 d/t miscarriage and she also had Down Syndrome. I did an IVF cycle and lost 2 babies after fertilization b/c they never started growing, and 3 babies on day 5 b/c they had chromosome issues. We transferred one and will know in two days if the baby implanted.

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