Thursday, March 5, 2009

Blog up

Jaxsons Blankies for Babes blog is finally up. Go check it out. I don't know how to write one word and link it.

There are still some gliches though. I still need to figure out how to link the request button to a the form to fill out. (If anyone knows how to do that, let me know PLEASE)

So for now just leave a comment on the blog.

Here are some pics for you new people who don't know what this is. If you have or know a kido with life threatening illness. Leave their name, age, sex, a little history, and stuff they like and we will make them a special blankie. Here are a few recievers so far.


Blessed with Boys said...

Your so sweet! We are excited to see the blankie!!

Malachi is not officially adopted yet, but he will not be going home. Since we are adopting him through the state it could take a year or 2 before its all official! How is Jaxs doing today? We hope he is getting back to normal!!

Junior said...

The blankets are all wonderful.
Give Jaxson a big hug from us.

Heather said...

Site looks great and we are honored to be part of it.I will add the button and do a little write up tonight.Thank you Lacey.Really and truly,thank you.

Melissa said...

OH LACEY, I absolutely ADORE the new blog! We feel so honored to be part of such a great endeavor! You are SO FANTASTIC!!
BTW, Dillon now sleeps with his new blanky every night! It's just so comfy & the fact that it was made with so much love makes it so much more wonderful;)
I'll have to make sure to wash it carefully so it'll last Dillon forever!! THANK YOU LACEY..Again, you are amazing!!

Druava Family said...

Lacey I am so impressed with your blankets, such a cute idea! I have added it to my blog in hopes it will spread the word. A blanket is a precious gift to a sick child, brings much comfort.

Unknown said...

That is wonderful and crazy you are in West Jordan! Here's my email...let me know what I can do to help and if you need it. My brohter and his family life in S. JOrdan so we come down there from time to time or are at PCMC. Jaxson is glad we found you guys!

Victoria Strong said...

Hi Lacey, I just got your message on my blog and I want to thank you for the offer to make Gwendolyn a blanket. She would love it. She loves purple and animals -- especially cats. I'm not sure what else you may need. She is 17-months-old and pretty long, 33 inches.

I also wanted to thank you for suggesting an SMA pal for Gwendolyn. I always like being connected to other families. Jonas is actually already Gwendolyn's buddy and I love that little guy, too. The Coleman's are a wonderful family and I find sharing ideas with them enormously helpful.

Thank you so much for contacting me. -- Victoria

Alan Anderson said...

I just found your blog from a link on another blog. Your sweet Jaxson is so cute. It sounds like he has been through a lot. My son, Carter, was born one year ago with Down Syndrome, ASD, VSD, PDA and Pulmonary Hypertension. We too have endured very long hospital stays at PCMC and understand what that is like. We hope Jaxson is feeling better and that you are enjoying being home again.

Kristi Anderson - Mom to Carter

Kristen's mom said...

Amazing person you are! I put the button on my page and I can help make blankets too!

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