WE PROUDLY INTRODUCE
JUDE MAREN RAMSDEN
A LIVING TRIBUTE TO HIS OLDER BROTHER
PATRON SAINT OF LOST CAUSES
MOST WISHED FOR CHILD
(AND FAVORITE BEATLES SONG!)
We are absolutely thrilled that we have been matched with a beautiful baby boy. He is such a sweetheart and we are so thankful to Jack for bringing Jude into our lives
WE ARE ALSO PROUD TO INTRODUCE
AN ILLUMINATING TRADITION
Our first annual Twelfth Night Illumination event is being held tonight at 6pm in Warren Park. To tap into Jack’s playful spirit, we will set up a luminary display in the shape of a recognizable object. Each year we will do something different as a fun way to keep the little ones guessing. In addition, we will have cookies, cocoa, music and glow sticks. My friend Darlene has graciously offered to sing some of Jack’s favorite toddler tunes and we have made a soundtrack of the many songs that Jack continues to play for us. We hope that it will be a wonderfully festive night and a meaningful way for us to remember a bright little soul.
We think it no coincidence that Jack chose this time of year – so perfectly situated among the various holidays of the Christian, Jewish and Muslim religions. For the past five years, his soul has been prayed for by people of all faiths. Rosaries have been said, menorahs have been lit, cranes were folded and prayer carpets were well worn. During his illness, a Hajj to Mecca was completed and holy water was obtained from Greece and Rome in his honor. He is truly a child of the people. We have decided to continue in that tradition with non-denominational candlelit celebrations. We welcome you to start the Twelfth Night tradition in your own neighborhoods. On the night before he died, Jack’s last request was to drive around and look at all of the lights of the season. He never wanted that night to end and now it doesn’t have to. Help us pay tribute to our little boy by celebrating his life and the light that shines in each of us!
Remember, remember the Twelfth of December!
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