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Jaxon's Story

Posted in Recipient Stories on 03 April 2015. 812 hits.
By: Paulette Hughes OAW Volunteer with Flyover Photography Baby Jaxon's story is one that speaks to the remarkable strength that our On Angels' Wings families...

Anencephaly | Bethanie & Everly's Stories

Posted in Conditions on 02 April 2015. 1194 hits.
By: Kim Patterson The very first baby born into Heaven that On Angels' Wings founder, Michelle Cramer, had the honor of photographing was Bethanie Baker. Bethanie's...

Simon's Law | Fighting 'Futility Policy' in Missouri Hospitals

Posted in In the News on 02 April 2015. 1079 hits.
By: Teneka Huffman What if your mailman decided the type of medical care your baby received? Or if your hair stylist dictated when your child would be fed? What...

Araya :: Trisomy 18

Posted in Recipient Stories on 23 February 2015. 590 hits.
By: Kim Patterson Like so many couples, Shelby and her husband struggled with fertility issues and endured the pain of miscarriage along the path to becoming parents...

Spinal Muscular Atrophy

Posted in Conditions on 23 February 2015. 588 hits.
By: Teneka Huffman Everyone remembers their first: their first job, their first heartache, the first time they realized what they were put on this earth to do...

Pint-Sized Wonder Women

Posted in Recipient Stories on 23 February 2015. 533 hits.
By: Janis Bennett When Lexi ran through the crisp autumn leaves in her Wonder Woman costume, complete with a blue tutu featuring sparkly silver stars, there was...

A very hopeful heart.

Posted in Faith on 05 February 2015. 557 hits.
By: Rachel Hudson The day was my college graduation. A day of excitement and a great sense of relief. My plans were to celebrate the victory then move onward and...

Changing the Negative Trisomy Mindset

Posted in Recipient Stories on 07 January 2015. 772 hits.
Part 1: Ashlyn By: Michelle L. Cramer, OAW Founder & President Incompatible with life. That is the phrase most Trisomy parents hear just moments after...

How do you do it?

Posted in Letters from the Board on 07 October 2014. 1015 hits.
By: Michelle L. Cramer (Founder & President) I get asked all the time, “How do you do it?” How do I take these pictures for these beautiful families...

Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

Posted in Blog on 01 October 2014. 586 hits.
By: Kim Patterson Death is a difficult enough subject when it concerns the passing of an adult, but when it involves the loss of a child, the topic becomes practically...

Hope Anne-Marie :: Trisomy 18 { On Angels’ Wings }

Posted in Recipient Stories on 14 April 2014. 959 hits.
Hope Anne-Marie was diagnosed in utero with Trisomy 18. Born on January 3, 2014, she graced this earth with her presence for just under two months. One of our St...
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