Our Llama is named in honor of Bodhi Magnolia Scarbath, who was born on August 7th, 2020 at 22 weeks gestation and passed away 4 hours after birth. She weighed 1lb 3.2oz and had the perfect little nose and long fingers like her daddy. Bodhi's parents, Hillary & Derek, chose a llama to represent Bodhi because llamas represent trust & faith. Two things that Hillary and Derek have to remember while on their journey navigating Bodhi's loss.
Our Giraffe is named in honor of Riley Elizabeth Fuller, born sleeping on August 21, 2016, at 24 weeks. She weighed 1 lb 5 oz. Riley's parents, Lauren and John, chose a giraffe to represent their beloved first daughter because it is their second daughter Ellie's favorite animal.
Our Elephant is named in honor of Landon Onyx Ballard, born silently into this world on January 6, 2009. He was 3lbs 10oz of gorgeous with his Daddy’s thick black hair and his Momma’s chin. Landon's parents, Kasie and Jorge, chose an elephant to represent their son. Not only is it his mother’s favorite animal, but elephants are also known for their incredible family bonds. It is often said that elephants never forget.
Our Deer is named in honor of Ellett Gray Crump, born silently into this world on June 26, 2018. Ellett was 4lb 4oz and absolutely perfect in every way. Ellett's parents, Kate and Scott, choose a deer to represent their son since it was his nursery theme. Deer represent gentleness, unconditional love, and grace to cope with challenging situations. Our hope is that our Ellett Deer helps families to be gentle with themselves as they start their healing journey.
In honor of all
gone too soon.
If you would like to honor your little one by writing a letter to newly bereaved families for us to include in our Honor Lamb gift box, please send us an email with your letter attached.
Our Lion is named in honor of Zion Kenneth Louis, who entered the world silently on November 17, 2017, at 39 weeks and 2 days. Zion was 6lb 3oz of perfection, with blonde hair and a nose that matched his four older siblings. Zion’s parents, Taylor and Drew, chose a lion to represent their son. Lions traditionally represent strength and courage and we hope our Zion Lion will help bring those qualities to grieving families.
Our Bunny is named in honor of Finley Ann Berry, born at 38 weeks on April 29, 2017, and weighing 7lb 2oz. Finley had blue eyes and brown hair and looked just like her mom. Finley's parents, Sarah and Jeff, chose a bunny to represent their daughter because Sarah has always liked bunnies and Finley had several in her nursery.
Our Moose is named in honor of Odin Robert Miller, who was born at 40 weeks and 2 days on August 31, 2007, and weighed 8lbs 10oz. He left us quickly after he arrived. Odin's mother Erin chose a moose to represent her son because it is his father’s favorite animal. Moose symbolize life and strength. We hope our Odin Moose will offer grieving parents a glimpse of peace in the storm of pain they are experiencing because they are never alone.
Our Sloth is named in honor of Laken Ty Anderson, born sleeping at 39 weeks and 5 days, on October 5, 2018. Laken was 9lbs 2oz and looked just like his daddy. Laken's Sloth was actually the first official Weighted Angel. The sloth was chosen because it was the largest animal Kasie could find! Sloths also symbolize enjoying life and caring for others and Laken's parents, Heidi and Daniel, like to think that would have been Laken's personality.