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In memory of our fur babies
We are 1 in 4
Pregnancy, Infant, Child Loss
I Will Always Wonder, Who You Would Have Been
Your wings were ready, but our hearts were not
Gone But Not Forgotten

The Inspiration Behind Nevaky

Having lost my first child I looked for anything I could find that would represent her. Something that would make me feel close to her. Anything to keep her memory alive. I found it difficult to find any keepsake in memory of my lost loved one. I wanted to create this store to help you find that special keepsake. Whether you are a mom grieving your child, a child grieving your parents or even if you are a fur parent, we will help you find that special keepsake!

Nevaky was created simply out of my love for all loved ones gone to soon. 

5 Amazing Moms, 5 Heartbreaking Stories

Read these 5 stories shared by real families on their loss. Each loss is different and they all have one thing in common: Unconditional Love.  

If you're interested in having your story displayed on our site, contact us through our "Contact Us" Form and we will be in touch! 

Grief, I've learned, is really just love. It's all the love you want to give, but cannot. All that unspent love gathers up in the corners of your eyes, the lump in your throat, and in that hollow part of your chest. Grief is just love with no place to go.

-Jamie Anderson

New Year, New Ideas!

New Year, New Ideas!

Loss. It happens to everyone, and it's not something we can escape. Some loss is expected and some so unexpected it shakes our world. When I first created Nevaky I wanted to bring awareness to the pregnancy, infant and child loss community. As I started this journey more loss started happening around me and I realized that this was my true calling. Helping everyone during their grief journey. 

After the loss of my daughter I realized people truly didn't know what to say or do. A while after her passing, I had friends and family coming up to me asking for advice. They had a friend or family member that lost their baby and they didn't know what to do, so naturally they asked me for advice. I always said remembering their baby was the most important thing to do for grieving parents. Finding them a keepsake they can cherish. 

Recently we had lost a beloved family pet (on my husbands side). Of course knowing how deeply close our animals are to us, I understood the grief that came after his loss. After all, I have lost a few pets myself. I started looking for memorial keepsakes in memory of him and this started my thinking train.

So this is the new idea for the new year. This store will help anyone with any kind of loss. We will soon be selling memorial keepsakes for baby loss, family loss and even fur baby loss. We can't wait for you all to see and share! Thanks for following our journey


Love and hugs,


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Happy birthday in heaven

Happy birthday in heaven

This year Nevaeh would have been 6! We get a cake made for her birthday with a new theme every year. This year we decided to go with mermaids. It's hard choosing a theme every year because it's something I have to guess she would be into at that age. It's unfair. I want her to choose her theme, and I want her to blow out her own candles. 

This year her younger brothers were really starting to grasp what this occasion was, but because they are still so young they didn't fully understand why she wasn't there. It's heartbreaking knowing her siblings want her back just as bad. 

We sang happy birthday to her loud and proud, and her little brothers blew out her candles. Happy birthday Nevaeh! We hope you enjoyed your cake.



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The Holidays

The Holidays

The holiday season is fast approaching, and it's a constant reminder of what's missing. Our daughter would have been born right before Christmas (or maybe even on). Her due date was December 20th. However that wasn't the case, and now it's a constant reminder every year of what's missing.

We try to "celebrate" her would be birthday. We choose a cake, we sing happy birthday and we mostly stare off in space wondering what she would have been like. This year she would have been 6.

The firsts are always the hardest. The due date creeped up on us pretty quick and while we were mourning the loss of something that was supposed to take place, we instead had to hold it in because Christmas was right around the corner. I remember being angry. How could anyone possibly have joy? Didn't you know my daughter died? Why is opening presents, watching Christmas movies, reading stories and singing songs by the fire so much more important?

Didn't they know our joy was gone?

6 years into this journey and I can say the anger has since left. While my heart does ache around the holidays, I find a new kind of joy by doing things in her memory. We buy special ornaments for her every year and hang on our tree. We donate toys to less fortunate kids under her name. There will be more things added to our list i'm sure, but for now I find warmth during these cold days knowing she's somewhere watching over us. 

If this is your first, your sixth or your tenth holiday without your angel; We care. We know the joy is gone, and we know it's hard. We hope you feel the warmth in this coldness knowing your baby is watching over you too!

Love and Hugs,



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