Final Barn Dance post, well until the follow up. I’m really looking forward to filling you in on how it went. Hopefully it’ll be good news! (Glass half empty kind of girl).
Here’s the other half of the prize list, I know I keep repeating myself, but we ARE really lucky to have collected so many. There are a couple in these collages that weren’t in the original viewings..yes we have even more, there are also a couple still to be collected tomorrow morning.
I cannot believe it is only tomorrow. Where has the time gone? Doesn’t seem like 5 minutes ago that we were going to cancel, (more like a month ago). Here we are.
We have raised so much awareness for Towards Tomorrow Together who support Little Daffodils, it has been wonderful to put a crack in the taboo, we really have only just scratched the service with how much we would like to change, particularly in the South West. This event will help fund what we’d like to achieve.
I have spent a lot of time speaking about Little Daffodils and what we do, who we are. So today in this final run up post I thought I would share the two babies behind the Little Daffodils’ Mamas. We’ve known each other since secondary school, but became really close after the birth of our babies who came after our losses..
It was October 2009 when Tracy and her family were met with the devastating words at a scan, that their baby’s heart had suddenly stopped.
At 21 weeks Pregnant baby Beanie was born silently to Tracy, leaving the family heartbroken, departing the hospital empty handed, forever missing a little one.
I remember her story so well, much before my own. How sad I felt for her.
In February 2012 Julz became Mum to a micro preemie, born at just 26+6 because Mum was very poorly, weighing in at 670g she flew threw her early days with flying colours and was soon on the road to going home, with a discharge date all in hand. At 5 weeks old she contracted Sepsis in the NICU and sadly died on April 1st 2012. Never coming home. Leaving another family heartbroken.
I host another blog dedicated to her here
Thank you, these babies are so precious to us.
There are so many more families out there with similar stories, and some with not so similar but with the same outcome, that is missing babies.
We will help all we can locally to make sure noone is alone.
These are the final half of the prizes.
Final round up.
Body shop hamper
Perry’s Cider Voucher
Yeovil Town Football Club Tickets
Children’s Rainy Day Hamper
Haynes Motor Museum Tickets
Angel Eyes Photography Vouchers
Sarah Hodge Voucher
Yeovil Railway Centre Ticket
Walk In Voucher
Fleet Air Arm Museum Voucher
Hair Inspirations Voucher
The Big Sheep Voucher.
These are some amazing prizes.
Cannot wait to see who wins, I hope they will be as pleased them as we have been obtaining them.
Raffle Tickets are now available just on the night, you have until 8pm to purchase WITH cash before we draw them.
Good Luck to Every One.
To everyone coming to the Barn Dance I will see you tomorrow night.
Thank you for purchasing tickets.
We will also be running a cake stall, with yummy homemade cakes some made by us including Dairy Free, also some donated by Tracy’s Mum, Julia and Gemma’s Mum Ros thank you Mums!
So once you’ve had your Ploughman’s (and hopefully won on the raffle), you can tuck into a delicious cake for pudding!
We’ll like to see all of these gone too..
Thank you to every one who has been reading and following.
See you on the other side..
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