An Angel in the book of life wrote down my baby's birth. Then whispered as she closed the book, too beautiful for earth.

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The Garden of the Sleeping Angels

The Garden of the Sleeping Angels is a garden created specifically for those who have experienced the loss of an infant or child. It serves as a living reminder that although we can no longer hold or touch our loved ones, we can remember them always. Our hope is that visits to this peaceful setting will enable you to remember, reflect, grieve and begin healing, as you celebrate your sweet one’s all too short time on this earth. We also welcome visits from caregivers; those who have been blessed to be part of the angel’s lives.

  • Celebration of Angels~~~~Forever

    March 22, 2015: We had an early Spring, but are not quietly returning to the last of Winter. Our growth has been amazing these past six months. So many babies to remember. Little did I know when I signed on to be caretaker of these …

  • So much is becoming clear

    I must quit apologizing for not updating my blog. The Gardens have been busier than usual, with Open Gardens almost every weekend, and people requesting to stop by during the week. The upkeep of the Gardens, and communication with people interest in visiting is a …

  • Amazing Growth

    My failure to update the Garden blog is absolutely no reflection on the activity surrounding it; in fact, quite the opposite! At last writing we were anticipating warmer weather, and once it arrived (and stayed) we experienced a flurry of activity within all of the …

  • Planning the Blessing

    inter continues to visit us; those who anticipate warmth, sunshine and gardening sigh, waiting for more time to pass so we can renew, feel even closer to God and offer our gift of presence to Him. The Garden remains quiet in appearance, yet I know …

  • Significance

    o much time has elapsed since my first blog. With that, so many changes in the plan for the Garden~its place within the hearts of parents who have lost infants and for those who care for those individuals. Primarily, I realize that if I keep …

  • Garden in July

    The way it all began:

    This is my first attempt at a blog for the new Garden of the Sleeping Angel site.  The Garden has been in my mind for years, but to understand how it came to be what it is now, after only physically ‘being’ for a year, …