Monday, February 25, 2013

Mommy Necklaces: Keeping Joshua close to my heart

I was blessed to have many people thinking about how I could keep Joshua with me at all times.  I had a lot of people give me a necklace that represented Joshua and I love every one of them!  I love that I will be able to wear one of them with every outfit!

These necklaces have become so important to me.  I feel like I can put one on and have a little piece of Joshua with me.  I also love that I have multiple!  Thank you to everyone who thought of this as a gift.  I LOVE them all!!

This one was give to us by some people at Tim's work.  I LOVE that it has both my boys on it.  I hope I will be able to add to this with more kids when the time is right. 

This is one that we actually purchased.  There was a lady that worked with the mortuary that came and took Joshua's finger print after he passed away.  The large pendant has that finger print on it.  I love this because it is more subtle, but has a real personal touch to it.

This one was given to me by the Intermountain Healing Hearts Angle Moms group.  This is a group of moms that have lost children to congenital heart defects.  The heart has four little charms: 1) The red heart with the word "family" on it. 2) Little blue feet representing my little boy. 3) A little person with Joshua's birth stone and 4) The round charm with the words "Mommy's angel."  I plan to wear this one on special occasions -probably events associated with the heart mom group.

This one was made by a very dear friend of mine.  The main charm has Joshua's name engraved into it.  The three charms are 1)an engraved heart representing Joshua's heart defect, 2) Joshua's "angel wings" 3) A beautiful little gem to make it pretty.  I love that this was made for me by a dear friend and it goes perfectly with many of my outfits :) 


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Joshua Kent Ipson was born December 1, 2012 with a very complicated combination of congenital heart defects. After 2 1/2 months of fighting for his life, he passed away on February 13, 2013. We invite you to share our experiences as we grieve his loss, rejoice in God's plan, & keep Joshua's message of hope alive.
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