"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted" - Aesop
As bereaved parents many of want and search of a special way to remember our child. We may decide to celebrate with loved ones, celebrate alone, or invite others into our celebration. One of our JLB Project families has chosen to to celebrate and honor their daughter Kennedy by doing what they call "Random Acts of Kennedy." They are acts of kindness, acts of love, acts of service all in honor of a sweet little girl who touched countless hearts in her short time here on earth. This year marks the 4th annual "Random Acts of Kennedy," which is every year from March 25-30th. Those whose lives have been touched by Kennedy participate in random acts of kindness.
From Kennedy's Mom:
"We still miss the one who watches us from above. Our sweet Kennedy Jane. Time really does have a way of softening the pain of her loss. And I feel like we are all at a point where we can see the remarkable changes within ourselves that have occurred because we endured the loss of her. We are so grateful for the ways in which she continues to teach our family about the important things in life."
If you would like to know more about "Random Acts of Kennedy" you can visit here.
We know that this act of love and remembrance is only one of many that happens amongst our families. We would love to hear about your traditions and ways that you remember your child. If you would like to share your story with us please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. It would be wonderful to share you with our community.