I am quite behind in names right now, I am working on them when I can. Please feel free to send in a request just be patient.
Thank you for your understanding.

Monday, December 28, 2009


For Jessica

Read her blog here:


For Raydrealle:

Here story is here:


For Emma
Her story is here:


For Wendy and Coit

To watch Bryson's video:

Wednesday, December 23, 2009


For Beth...


For Mattie

Tuesday, December 22, 2009


I did this photo for Franchesca. Please check out her sites here:


Heather lost her daughter Madelyn, you can find her blog here:

She has got a wonderful idea of starting a website for parents who have lost their children with any kind of helpful information out there. If you can help in any way please check out her blog. Thank you.

Jill's Blog

Just wanted to share the link for Jill's blog. She is the mother of lost twins Emma and Chase.
Thank you for sharing your story Jill.

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Happy to help

For those of us that have lost a child (or children), there is not much that helps with the pain, but its the little things people do that make us smile. Nothing will ease the pain but I am glad that I have found something that I can do for others. I have made three more names today, and it hurts that I am making these names for sweet babies that cannot be here, but it also fills my heart with joy to help in this special way.
I will share their names, and if the family wants I will share their stories when I get permission.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

For Margaret...

...who lost her sweet Calvin. Please read her story here:

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

What This Site Is About

Written in the Stars in something I started after losing my daughter at almost 15 weeks pregnant. I have nothing from her, no photos, no prints, nothing. I came across the site To Write Their Name In The Sand where they will make you an imagine with your childs name written in the sand on a beautiful beach on sunset. It made me wonder if there was something I could do and one summer nite I took a picture of the sky that I really like. Looking at the stars always makes me think of Ireland so 'writing' her name in the stars seemed like a fun thing to try. I loved it, and it was one more thing I could have to remind me of Ireland and I wanted to offer this to other greiving parents.
If you would like your child's name written in the stars I would be happy to make one for you. Email me at mandimchady @