KGifts for kids Initiative, is a dream for our family. As we planned the grand opening for our store, we decided to share some of the beautiful tiles to places where the 3D pictures could became alive and shine in those dark moments for families.
Kevin Gabriel born on September 28, 2012 as a preemie baby with little chance for survival, but the doctors told us, if he made it he will be a kid with special needs. As parents, we tried to stayed with him as much as we can but, 45 days later, something went terrible wrong. Before our baby could breath without tubes, he passed away. When the doctor confirmed that his heart had stopped beating, time stopped for a moment and it was when we realized that life would never be the same for our family.
On Kevin’s first birthday, we bought cake and lighted a candle. Every year since, We has celebrated Kevin’s birthday this way; because honoring and remembering our son make us feel connected to him and help us handle the feelings that arise.
Like us, there are many families who are passing thru the grieving process which is hard to understand for others, but for people like us, who went thru all this, is heart breaking.
Also, there are families who have kids with special needs. Those kind of families are really special to us because, we was about of having an special one, just like them.
That’s why we want to give smiles to families, our 3D Tile can do more than just decorate, it can shows the rainbow in a picture, and we will be more than happy to give something in memory of our lovely Kevin Gabriel.
It is a day to honor and remember babies who die during pregnancy or as newborns. Participants around the world light a candle at 7 p.m. and keep it burning for at least an hour. Because of different time zones, the result is a wave of light that spans the globe.
The day also calls attention to the needs of grieving parents and creates awareness of pregnancy and infant loss. According to the official site, “Too many families grieve in silence, sometimes never coming to terms with their loss. Our goal is to help others relate to our loss … and to help families live with their loss, not ‘get over’ their loss.