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A Way to Give Back


We just returned from a Disney World trip with Mom and Dad. We took Silas and had a blast! It was really nice to get away from the cold and soak up some warm sunshine for a few days. Taylor and Jason stayed in Little Rock since it was such a quick trip. We will have to go back now that we know the basics :-) Sarah will have pictures on her work blog soon I am sure!

Before we left Sarah joined Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep , an organization that offers professional pictures to families who aren’t able to bring their babies home from the hospital. The photographers involved donate their time and talent in order to give lasting memories to the families who wouldn’t otherwise have pictures to remember their babies. Sarah says this is just a small way for her to give back after all that has been given to her through the loss of our precious Mamie. There has been a lot of press here in Little Rock on the organization recently. Here is the segment from KARK 4. Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep Segment I know we say it so much, but thank you, thank you for all of your continued prayers and support. This is such a long road and your kindness is so appreciated.



  1. Sarah,

    I continue to be so very proud of you and amazed at how God is using you in unbelievable ways to show His grace and love for all of us. Your strength is so admirable!!! I love you and pray for you daily!

    Julie Scarborough


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