Cheryl Chow

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About Cheryl Chow

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    HAIN Volunteer
  • Birthday March 14

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    North Bend, WA
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  1. Hello. I just wanted to thank you so very much for the lovely blankets and other gift items sent for our little NICU angels. The gifts bring great comfort to the babies’ families and are appreciated very much. Merry Christmas to you all! Beth Beth A. DeHoff NICU Nest Family Support Coordinator – Riley
  2. Boys Outfits

    Thanks, Jen! Have you seen this cute outfit? Kinzie Baby Romper It's not separates but is really cute and shouldn't be too hard to get baby into. ~Cheryl
  3. Boys Outfits

    I don't know about you, but I often have a tough time finding patterns to make cute outfits for boys. Browsing through Bev's Country Cottage website one day I came across this cute Sweater and Diaper set. Knitting a hat to go with this two piece outfit makes a really nice set for a grieving family. Here's the basic knitting pattern for the hat. I used Patons Beehive Baby Sport yarn for the hat pictured but any sport yarn would work. For the hat (knit in the round): CO 72 sts with 3mm needles and blue yarn K1, P1 for 8 rows Change to 3.5mm needles and white Knit until hat measures 3” K7, k2tog repeat Knit K6, k2tog repeat Knit etc. until 8sts left. Thread yarn through. Weave in ends. If you've never looked through Bev's website I hightly recommend it. There are so many patterns that I want to knit, crochet, and sew that my printer does overtime when I visit!
  4. Thank you so much for the four lovely fleece blankets with the crocheted border. We've never seen them done that way and it was a nice change. The material you used is so bright and happy ... our little ones that are sick will certainly love to receive them. Without generous, caring volunteers like yourself we (Sparrow) would not be able to give our patients the loving and healing environment that we do. Thank you for your donation. Tracy Feagel
  5. Good afternoon Cheryl, I did receive 5 gowns today from Beth Romeo and we just wanted to say Thank you. We truly appreciate the effort your organization has made to help us in fulfilling our need for gowns, and we look forward to continuing to work with you. If there is anything that I can do for you, please let me know. Thank you. Sincerely, Sarah J. Reyna
  6. Medical Learning Dolls

    Your mom does a beautiful job, Jen. The dollies are so cute!
  7. The items were beautiful! I received hats and a "wrap gown"? She sent it even thought I did not request it and so I was wondering if they could send a few more? They sent me a girl one. They were beautiful. such a warm keepsake. I believe her name was Deb... Thank you again for such a beautiful gift you all give. Take care, Dana
  8. ~ love and hugs to all

  9. Love and hugs for you, Amy!

  10. Thank You i recieved his little outfit and bracelet with a card. I keep thinking the bracelet out and rubbing it against my cheek or just holding it for a while it is so precious. To the lady who sewed the outfit she done such a beautiful job of knitting it. Now if i get lucky for the memory box I am going to put letters from me and my other kids, and grandparents along with other mementos. This foundation is such a God send.
  11. Cute little top, Carri! That was so nice of Kymy to provide it for us to use. Blessings,
  12. Cheryl,Thank you so much for the beautiful blankets and gown sets.When I opened the package I was amazed at how beautiful the gowns were. I really appreciate all the time and effort you put into making these for our unit. It really means a lot to our loss patients and as a caretaker it always make me feel good in such a sad time when I can bring their baby to them dressed and wrapped in such beautiful articles of love. Again thank you from the bottom of my heart. Bless you,Tricia Mann
  13. On behalf of Jordan Valley Medical Center, I would like to thank you for your generous donation of baby sweaters. The new moms who receive these are always touched by the thoughtfulness of strangers. Lorraine Neher Volunteer Services Coordinator Jordan Valley Hospital
  14. She has a blog for her baby and an online diary that she writes in. You can find it here Hugs,