When Paramount Ward (Meridian Idaho Paramount Stake) Relief Society President Becky Hansen contacted St. Luke's Hospital to see what they needed, Amber Frank, who works in the NICU, suggested the sisters in the ward make and donate baby burial clothing.
Hansen agreed to take on the project with the original goal to provide 30 boys' outfits and 30 girls' dresses in 12 weeks time.
The final number was double that, with 71 boys' suits, 65 girls' dresses, 50 headbands, 43 hats, 25 pairs of booties, 30 lace bootie socks and 122 blankets.
JaNae Neyman and Kathie Kynaston drove the project. Kynaston had lost a little girl. Neyman had buried two children.