It was brought to my attention there is a beautiful hanging sign for only $12.00 at Love for Everly’s Etsy Shop. No printing is required, and the proceeds go toward the cause detailed below. I know a large portion of you don’t actually want to have something professionally printed. This is a nice alternative. As you’ll see when you visit, there are options for a baby boy, baby girl, young boy, young girl, and multiple children.
My daughter, Everly Marie Hopkins, was born with Trisomy 18, a complex and mostly fatal genetic condition. This chromosomal disorder affected every part of her body making her a prime candidate for infection, illness and early death. Any small sickness carried by someone else could potentially be life-threatening for her tiny body. In a desire to protect my daughter, I placed a specially designed sign on our front door alerting and/or reminding potential visitors of her fragility. I hunted high and low for a sign such as this but to no avail and thus had to commission a custom sign be made. Thus, came the inspiration for our sign…to politely but stylishly share how careful we must be around our medically fragile babies and children. If someone you love or know has a condition that requires extra care and barriers at times (like cold and flu season), this sign is the perfect choice!
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This listing is for 1- 8.5×11 sign professionally printed on card stock.
It is laminated for durability and the perfect amount of tulle, ready for hanging.
GIRL/BOY, BABY/CHILD, & CHILDREN option available.
♥ 100% of proceeds benefit Everly’s Angels Foundation, Inc. The specific purpose for which the corporation is formed is to promote education, provide assistance and advance public awareness about Trisomy 18, a rare and life-limiting genetic condition. Everly’s Angels Foundation is a federally recognized 501 (c) (3) non-profit charity striving to provide encouragement and support to special needs families, parents who receive a devastating prenatal diagnosis and families who have experienced the tragedy that is child loss. The Foundation was formed in memory/honor of the daughter of the principal directors, who passed away from Trisomy 18 in January 2015. They desire to encourage others to live with intention and purpose, despite a diagnosis, ailment or circumstance, and to make the most of every day.