It is so very fitting that in October - National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance month - we continue to see such progress at the memorial site. This morning on my way to a meeting to share information about Wings of Hope I stopped by the cemetery. The foundation forms have been removed and we are one step closer to the paver installation.
The foundation you see here will be the base of a granite memorial stone rising about 5 feet. Atop that will sit the angel wing carving.
Within the white outline will be the pavers, done in a soft gray like the gray granite of the monument. You can order your memorial pavers here.
Around the perimeter of the circle is where the burial sites will be for the remains of children lost in miscarriage.
The members of our committee have all been on the journey of pregnancy loss, but in different ways. Learn more about why they are all so passionate about bringing awareness and comfort to families who lose a child during pregnancy.