A half year update with lots of good news

St. David's Georgetown Hospital

Yesterday, August 15th, 2017 we delivered our fifth Cuddle Cot in the Austin area. So far we provided Cuddle Cots in south Austin, central Austin, north Austin and Round Rock. Today we drove up to St. David’s Georgetown to complete the list of hospitals within the St. David’s Healthcare system.

We are so excited to give the gift of time to families all over the Austin area and are already setting our sites on Seton hospitals that cater to new mothers and their babies.

The St. David's Georgetown Cuddle Cot

We are so blessed each time we get to deliver a Cuddle Cot. The nursing teams that take care of families that are experiencing a loss in the hospital understand the value of the time that a Cuddle Cot provides and are passionate about the increased level of care they can now provide for grieving families.

Twelve short days ago we donated our 4th Cuddle Cot to St. Davids South Austin. We had the opportunity to share Mary Margaret’s story, and the inspiration for why donate, to a local reporter. The story they tell is a beautiful summary of what we have set out to do for our community.

Here is a link to the video:

http://www.fox7austin.com/good-day/273268150-video

Sara and I are also excited to be welcoming our rainbow baby into the world in September. With this added good news we are excited to continue our journey as parent together, and can’t wait to tell her about her older sister.

We are still raising funds for more Cuddle Cots. We are getting everything in order to line up a Seton hospital for our first donation into their system. If you would like to donate, please go to https://marymargaretsfootprints.com/ and use the instructions in The How section.

Thank you for your support.

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