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Lancaster New Era & Intelligencer Journal published a piece on Sweet Pea Project's to linger on hot coals poetry gathering in their Book Review section on February 27, 2014.

An article about Sweet Pea Project's to linger on hot coals poetic gathering entitled
Art and Healing, was published in The Pennysaver on February 26, 2014.

On February 24, 2014, Stephanie was interviewed live on Good Day PA's Author Spotlight segment, where she spoke about Sweet Pea Project, Still., & to linger on hot coals.


Stephanie & Catherine discussed Sweet Pea Project, to linger on hot coals and our poetry gathering on the People & Perspectives radio show which aired on Wink 104, Hot 93.5, 105.7 the X and Nash FM 106.7 at 6am (or 6:30am on some stations) on Sunday, February 23, 2014.


An article about Sweet Pea Project's to linger on hot coals poetic gathering entitled Art and Healing, was published in
The Advertiser & The Merchandiser on February 19, 2014.



Lancaster New Era/Intelligencer Journal
ran a piece on January 20, 2014 about Sweet Pea Project's to linger on hot coals poetic gathering at Mulberry Art Studios in March.  



The Ephrata Review printed an article about Sweet Pea Project's to linger on hot coals poetic gathering in their January 22, 2014 issue.


Lancaster New Era/ Intelligencer Journal published an article about Sweet Pea Project's Butterfly Tree Children's Mural on Nov 23, 2013: Mural Gives Wings to Children's Love


On Nov 21, 2013, The Reading Eagle listed Sweet Pea Project's Butterfly Tree Mural exhibit on their To Do List page.


LancMoms published an article about Sweet Pea Project's Butterfly Tree Children's Mural on Nov 16, 2013.  Butterfly Tree Children’s Mural to be unveiled at Manheim Township Public Library on National Children’s Grief Awareness Day, Nov 21
 

Sweet Pea Project was mentioned in a piece about the Extraordinary Give, printed in the Nov 13, 2013 editions of the Elizabethtown-Mount Joy Merchandiser, Millersville Advertiser, Quarryville Advertiser, Willow Street Advertiser, Conestoga Valley-Pequea Valley Penny Saver, New Holland Penny Saver, Columbia-Wrightsville Merchandiser, Hempfield-Mountville Merchandiser, Manheim Township Merchandiser, Manheim-Lititz Merchandiser &
Elizabethtown-Mount Joy Merchandiser


An article about the Alternative Gift Fair which mentions Sweet Pea Project, was published on Nov 6, 2013 in The Manheim Township Merchandiser, Hempfield-Mountville Merchandiser, Elizabethtown-Mt Joy Merchandiser, Columbia-Wrightsville Merchandiser, Conestoga Valley- Pequea Valley Pennysaver & Millersville Advertiser.


Lancaster New Era/ Intelligencer Journal and LancMoms named Nicole Jackson "Mom of the Month" and printed an article about her and her work with Sweet Pea Project on Nov 1, 2013.
Nicole Jackson sits with daughters Ava Jackson, left, and Sophia Jackson. Standing behind swing from left are Colin Sauder, Austin Sauder and Esabell Deluca. (Photo: Blaine Shahan)


Channel 11 News at 10 aired a segment on Sweet Pea Project's 4th Annual Remembrance Gathering on October 15, 2013.


WGAL News Live at 5 covered Sweet Pea Project's 4th Annual Remembrance Gathering on October 15, 2013.


The Intelligencer Journal/ Lancaster New Era published an article on Sweet Pea Project's 4th Annual Remembrance Gathering on October 15, 2013.  

Susquehanna Style Magazine featured a spread on Sweet Pea Project, entitled From One Mother to Another, in their October 2013 issue.  
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The Reading Eagle printed info on Sweet Pea Project's 4th Annual Remembrance Gathering on October 10, 2013.


The Manheim Township Merchandiser, Hempfield-Mountville Merchandiser, Elizabethtown-Mt Joy Merchandiser, Columbia-Wrightsville Merchandiser, Conestoga Valley- Pequea Valley Pennysaver & Millersville Advertiser printed an article on Sweet Pea Project's 4th Annual Remembrance Gathering on October 9, 2013.
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Lanc Moms published pieces on Sweet Pea Project's 4th Annual Remembrance Gathering on September 17 and September 25, 2013.


The Lancaster New Era/ Intelligencer Journal printed info about Sweet Pea Project's 4th Annual Remembrance Gathering on September 7, 2013.


Blue Ridge Cable Channel 11 News interviewed Stephanie Cole and previewed the Sisters & Brothers Picnic in a news segment that aired on the 10:00 News on May 30, 2013.

LancMoms published a piece about the 3rd Annual Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic on May 30, 2013.


On April 17, 2013, Lancaster New Era/Intelligencer Journal featured a blurb on the 3rd Annual Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic.


Lancaster New Era/Intelligencer Journal printed a piece about the 3rd Annual Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic on April 9, 2013.


Warwick News published an article about Sweet Pea Project's picnic in their April 9, 2013 issue. Sweet Pea Project plans annual picnic


Lancaster County Woman Magazine published an article about Stephanie Paige Cole's Unity Award nomination in the Mar/Apr 2013 issue.  Local Mom to be Honored at Unity Awards Luncheon in Arizona
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Stephanie Paige Cole was featured in an article published on March 20, 2013 in the Millversville Advertise, Conestoga Valley/Pequea Valley Pennysaver, Hempfield-Mountville Merchandiser, Manheim Township Merchandiser, Manheim-Lititz Merchandiser  


Sweet Pea Project was featured in LancMoms on March 19, 2013.


An article about Stephanie Paige Cole's nomination for the Unity Award was published in the Ephrata Review on March 13, 2013.
A20: Local Mom to be Honored at Awards Luncheon


An article about Sweet Pea Project's Coffee & Conversation with Catherine A.G. Bayly event was published in the Jan/Feb 2013 edition of Lancaster Woman's Magazine.


Sweet Pea Project's upcoming event, Coffee & Conversation with Catherine A.G. Bayly was featured in the Hempfield-Mountville Merchandiser & Manheim Township Merchandiser on February 6, 2013: Event Will Feature Poet


A piece about Sweet Pea Project's upcoming event, Coffee & Conversation with Catherine A.G. Bayly was printed in the Manheim-Lititz Merchandiser, Millersville Advertiser, Willow Street Advertiser, Conestoga-Valley/Pequea Valley Pennysaver, Columbia-Wrightsville Merchandiser & Elizabethtown-Mount Joy Merchandiser on January 30, 2013.


A blurb about Sweet Pea Project's upcoming event, Coffee & Conversation with Catherine A.G. Bayly was printed in the New Holland Pennysaver on January 23, 2013.


Information about Sweet Pea Project's upcoming event, Coffee & Conversation with Catherine A.G. Bayly was printed in the Quarryville Advertiser on January 16, 2013.


The Sunday News published an article on October 16, 2013 about Sweet Pea Project's 3rd Annual Remembrance Gathering.



Lancaster Newspapers aired a video on LancasterOnline from Sweet Pea Project's 3rd Annual Remembrance Gathering on October 15, 2012.



WGAL News 8 aired a segment on Sweet Pea Project's 3rd Annual Remembrance Gathering on the 6:00 and 11:00 News on October 15, 2012.  Balloon Launch in Lancaster County marks National Remembrance Day



Blue Ridge Cable's Channel 11 News interviewed Stephanie and covered Sweet Pea Project's 3rd Annual Remembrance Gathering for the 10pm news on October 15, 2012



WGAL News 8 interviewed Nicole Jackson live and previewed the Remembrance Gathering from Long's Park on the 5:00 News on October 15, 2012.



WGAL News 8 interviewed Nicole Jackson live on their 5am and 6am news programs on October 15, 2012 and aired another clip at noon.



The Sunday News printed a blurb about Sweet Pea Project's 3rd Annual Remembrance Gathering in the Lancaster's section, B2, on October 14, 2012.

Lancaster Moms published a piece on Sweet Pea Project's 3rd Annual Remembrance Gathering on October 10, 2012.



On October 3, 2012 a front page article about Sweet Pea Project's 3rd Annual Remembrance Gathering was published in the Millersville Advertiser, Quarryville Advertiser, Willow Street Advertiser, Conestoga Valley/Pequea Valley Penny Saver, New Holland Penny Saver, Hempfield-Mountville Merchandiser, Manheim Township Merchandiser, Menheim-Lititz Merchandiser & Elizabethtown-Mount Joy Merchandiser.




Montana Parent Magazine published a piece about Sweet Pea Project's blanket donation program on July 16, 2012.



The Sunday News published an article about the Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic on July 1, 2012.
 
 

Stephanie Cole & Beth Gauthier were interviewed about Sweet Pea Project and the Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic on the Sunday morning radio show People & Perspectives which aired on 5 Cumulus channels on June 3, 2012.
 
 

Warwick News  published an article on May 22, 2012 about the Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic. Sweet Pea Project Will Host Picnic
 

Lancaster County Woman published an article on the 2nd Annual Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic in their May/June 2012 Edition.
 

The Ephrata Review ran a piece about the 2nd Annual Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic on May 16, 2012.
 

Channel 11 News aired a news segment on the 2nd Annual Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic on the 10:00 news on May 14, 2012.
 
 

The Conestoga/Pequea Valley Pennysaver printed an article about the 2nd Annual Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic on May 9, 2012.
 
Annual Family Picnic Slated
 

Channel 11 News aired a piece about Stephanie Cole's art, exhibit and experience on the 10:00 News on January 5, 2012, Madeline's 5th Birthday
 
 

The Sunday News printed a blurb about Stephanie's art exhibit, five., on January 1st, 2012.
 
 

The Grapevine published an article about Stephanie's exhibit on December 29, 2011.  five. exhibit opening at Lancaster's Mulberry Art Studio
 
 
Read entire article HERE
 

  
Stephanie Cole's exhibit, Five, was listed in Lancaster County Magazine's Dec 2011 edition in the What's Happening Now section

The Ephrata Review published an article about
Stephanie Cole and five. on Nov 23, 2011 

Sweet Pea Project was featured on WGAL's 6:00 News' coverage of Gifts That Give Hope, Lancaster's Alternative Gift Fair on November 20, 2011.
 
 
 

Central Penn Art Guide covered Stephanie's upcoming art exhibit with a piece entitled Stephanie Paige Cole: five  on November 11, 2011.
 

Central Penn Art Guide published a piece about Sweet Pea Project and their involvement with Gifts That Give Hope, Lancaster's Alternative Gift Fair on November 11, 2011: Letter to the Editor. 
 

Sweet Pea Project's 2nd Annual Remembrance Gathering was featured in the Sunday News on October 16, 2011: Sowing Seeds of Remembrance
 
 

Nicole Jackson appeared on WGAL's 11:00pm News on October 14 and on the 9:00am News on October 15, 2011 to talk about Sweet Pea Project's 2nd Annual Remembrance Gathering.
 

The Merchandiser printed a front page story on Sept 28, 2011: Second Sweet Pea Remembrance Day Planned
 
 
 
The Grapevine printed a front page article on Stephanie Cole on September 15, 2011: Loss of a Daughter Leads Woman to Help Others Through Suffering
 

The Grapevine referenced Stephanie Cole and her work with Sweet Pea Project in a September 15, 2011 editorial piece: The Cities of the Plane
 

The Scranton Times-Tribune 
printed an article on September 26, 2011 about a related blanket drive: Blanket Drive to Ease Pain of Lost Infants.
 

 

 
 

 
Stephanie Cole and Nicole Jackson received Lancaster New Era's Red Rose Award on August 6, 2011 for their work to pass the CBRS Bill and their outreach to other bereaved parents through Sweet Pea Project. 
 

Nicole Jackson's comment on the passing of the CBRS bill was a Sunday News Quote of the Week in the Perspective Section on July 31, 2011.  "Instead of just acknowledging the fact that Max died, it now feels like the world will acknowledge that he was here."
 

 
Stephanie Cole & Nicole Jackson were mentioned in a blurb entitled Stillborn Certificates in the Lancaster Section of the Sunday News  on July 31, 2011
 

On July 27, 2011 ABC27 aired a segment about Nicole Jackson & Stephanie Cole on the 11:00 News
 

 
Stephanie Cole & Nicole Jackson appeared in a clip about SB 326 on ABC27's 7:00 News on July 27, 2011
  
 
On July 27, 2011 Nicole Jackson & Stephanie Cole
were interviewed for a piece on WGAL's 5:00 News
 
 

Stephanie Cole & Nicole Jackson were featured in a Lancaster New Era / Intelligencer Journal article on July 27, 2011:
 

 
The Harrisburg Patriot-News printed a front page article about PA's CBRS bill, quoting Sweet Pea Project board members Nicole Jackson and Stephanie Cole on July 17, 2011:
 

 
The Sunday News published an article about our 
Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic on July 10, 2011
 
 

 Blue Ridge News 11 interviewed Stephanie Cole about Sweet Pea Project on the 10:00 News on July 6, 2011
 

 
The Millersville Advertiser and Hempfield-Mountville Merchandiser both published an article about the Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic
on July 6, 2011
 

 
The Manheim Township Merchandiser and The Manheim-Lititz Merchandiser both published an article about the Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic
 on June 29, 2011.
 
 
Lancaster County Woman published an article about our event Sweet Pea Project Presents: Coffee & Conversation with Dr. Joanne Cacciatore in the April/May 2011 edition
 

 
Sweet Pea Project was mentioned in a Penn State Live article published on March 30, 2011.  Speaker to Share on Bereavement and Traumatic Loss
 
 

 
Sweet Pea Project was featured in the
 Sunday News on March 27, 2011. 
 Grieving Session for Parents
 

York Daily Record wrote about Sweet Pea Project's Coffee & Conversation event in an article published on March 25, 2011. 
 

 
Sweet Pea Project's Coffee & Conversation was mentioned in the York Daily Record's Flipside section in March 2011.
 

 
An article on Sweet Pea Project's Coffee & Conversation with Dr. Joanne Cacciatore event was printed in the Millersville Advertiser, Willow Street-Strasburg Advertiser, Conestoga Valley Penny Saver, Hempfield-Mountville Merchandiser, Manheim Township Merchandiser on March 23, 2011. 
 


Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era
wrote about Sweet Pea Project's Coffee & Conversation event in their March 16, 2011 article, Food Bits.
 

News Lanc published an article on Sweet Pea Project's Coffee & Conversation with Dr. Joanne Cacciatore event on March 12, 2011 Speaker to Discuss Child Bereavement
 

 
On October 15, 2010 WGAL News 8 aired a live interview with Stephanie Cole at Long's Park for the
Sweet Pea Project's 1st Annual Balloon Release




Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

featured Sweet Pea Project's 1st Annual Balloon Release
in a front page blurb on Oct. 16, 2010


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The Merchandiser & The Advertiser
both published front page articles about
Sweet Pea Project's October events

Photo by Dayna M. Reidenouer

Sweet Pea Project Offers
Comfort, Support After Loss




The Sweet Pea Project was featured in the
Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era

Unfortunately there were several inaccuracies in this article that the paper later corrected corrections/clarifications

Lancaster Newspaper's LancMoms
ran an article on September 19, 2010
Sweet Pea Project plans events for National Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month



 
An article on Sweet Pea Project's Kids Cookie Creation Station & 1st Annual Balloon Release was published on News Lanc on August 27, 2010. Sweet Pea Project Plans Events for National Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month
 
 


The Ephrata Review
published a front page story, Legacy of  a Lost Child, about Stephanie Cole and Still. on August 25, 2010.
(Article not available online)


 
The Evening Sun ran a story on August 17, 2010 about the For The Love of Emma Fundraiser, which will benefit the Sweet Pea Project.
Fundraiser to help grieving families


Lancaster County Woman published an article about Stephanie Cole and Still. in the July/August 2010 edition, click here to view.


The Sunday News spotlighted
Stephanie, Still. & the Sweet Pea Project


photo by Jeff Ruppenthal


July 11, 2010, Stephanie Cole:
Mother reaches out to grieving parents




Lancaster's Sunday News interviewed Stephanie Cole for a front page article about Mother's Day on May 9, 2010. The story, Mom's Aren't Looking For Holiday From Family mentions the Sweet Pea Project and Julia Ward Howe's original vision for Mother's Day.



ABC-27 News at 5:00 interviewed the Sweet Pea Project's Stephanie Cole & Nicole Jackson for their March 31, 2010 news segment, Parents of Stillborn Babies Fight for Rights


The Sweet Pea Project's Stephanie Cole  and Nicole Jackson were interviewed for a front page article on the fight for a PA CBRS in the Lancaster New Era's March 16, 2010 article:


Pregnancy Today mentioned the Sweet Pea Project and quoted Stephanie in The Facts, Risk, Causes & Aftermath of Stillbirth.




The Sweet Pea Project was featured in
The Lancaster New Era.


photograph by Marty Heisey/New Era

Click on the link below to view the article.
Comfort In Connection


The Sweet Pea Project was featured in
Lancaster County Magazine.

Not available online, to read please
pick up the May 2009 edition (page 10)





On the Blogs...
 

On March 5, 2014, the blog Ellison Ann wrote about Stephanie's new book, to linger on hot coals in a post entitled The In Between.

LuluKai
blogged about Sweet Pea Project's Coffee & Conversation event in a May 3, 2013 post entitled Healing Space.

Still Playing School blogged about her experience at Sweet Pea Project's Coffee & Conversation with Catherine A.G. Bayly on March 12, 2013: A Night for Violet

On February 27, 2013, Wylder Nation mentioned Stephanie in a blog post entitled MASK Unity Award.
On October 31, LuluKai mentions Sweet Pea Project as charity/organization that was important to her after her son's death in her post Playing Catch Up Part 3.

Stephanie was interviewed by Grammar of Grief's Uma Girish for a two part piece entitled A Sweet Pea Lives On.  Part 1 was posted on Oct 18, 2012 and Part 2 was posted on Oct 25, 2012.

LuluKai wrote about Sweet Pea Project in her Oct 4, 2012 blog post, Capture Your Grief- Day 4.

LuluKai mentions Sweet Pea Project in her Oct 1, 2012 blost post, Capture Your Grief- Day 1.

About.com's Quotes About Loss page includes a quote from Stephanie in their Quotes From Famous Names section, last updated on Sept 22, 2012.

Tried, Tested & True Mommy included a quote by Stephanie is their Quotes About Miscarriage post on July 24, 2012.

Finding Home blogged about Sweet Pea Project in an April 13, 2012 post, The Sweet Pea Project.

A Little Thunder's website describes about their Comfort Boxes, which include copies of Still.

Mother Henna quoted Stephanie and mentioned Sweet Pea Project and Still on her Flash of Life page.

The Only Cure For Grief is to Grieve posted a quote from Stephanie's book Still in a March 22, 2012 post entitled Still the Same ME. 

On March 20, 2012 Hellobee blogged about Stillbirth: What Others Should Know and listed both Sweet Pea Project and Still as resources.

The Adventures of Sticky Bean blogged about Five in Art Exhibit by Stephanie Cole, posted on January 26, 2012.

See Bess Run blogged about Sweet Pea Project, Five and the remembrance candles in a January 19, 2012 post Giving Back.

Still Playing School wrote about Five and Sweet Pea Project in her January 17, 2012 post, And She Was There.
Stepping Stones shared information about the Five Art Exhibit in Lancaster, PA on January 6, 2012.

On December 24, 2011, Stepping Stones posted about the remembrance candles for the community exhibition of Five.

Epiphany Art Studios quoted from Stephanie's poem, Why I Cannot Join A Moms Group, in the Dec 6, 2011 post: Asking Why

Stepping Stones
posted about our Community Expressions Wall on Dec 5, 2011.
Melanie G. Snyder blogged about Sweet Pea Project in her November, 2011 post: Gifts That Give Hope- Part 3

The Adventures of Sticky Bean wrote about Sweet Pea Project and our Annual Remembrance Gathering in an August 25, 2011 post Flyer & Press Release.

You Are My Child mentioned Still. and Sweet Pea Project in an August 11, 2011 post Thoughts From The Mailbox

Life as a (w)hole quoted Stephanie's book and several poems in a June 9, 2011 post entitled Sleepless Nights.

My Search For Hope shared Stephanie's poem, Thursday, in her April 29, 2011 post A Poem By Stephanie Paige Cole From Her Book Still.

LancMoms
posted about the Sweet Pea Sisters & Brothers Picnic Presented by Angel Bracelets on April 20, 2011.

On April 5, 2011 a post entitled Giving... was written about Sweet Pea Project and Still. on Baby Center.

On February 24, 2011 The Hope Group posted about Still. and listed it as a recommended book and also posted about Sweet Pea Project, listing it as a recommended grief resource.

 
Stepping Stones blogged about Sweet Pea Project's Coffee & Conversation event in a February 8, 2011 post entitled Two Quick Things.

A poem and a painting of Stephanie's was posted on Alexander-Jan's tribute page on January 2nd, 2010 under the Poems tab.
 

Stephanie and Sweet Pea Project were featured as Faces of Loss, Faces of Hope's
Story of Hope on December 30, 2010.
 

The Lifespan of Butterflies wrote about Stephanie and Sweet Pea Project in a December 21, 2010 post entitled
the Sweetest Pea.
 

Faith Joy Hope's Jenn wrote about her experience at Sweet Pea Project's 1st Annual Balloon Release in a blog post on October 17, 2010.

On October 16, 2010 Funny Little Pollywogs blogged about Sweet Pea Project twice!  First about their blanket drive for us, in How many blankets did WE collect?, and then again in their account of our 1st Annual Balloon Release, in In remembrance of those who were lost too soon.

Craft For Health published an article on Stephanie Cole and her experience with art and grief on October 11, 2010: The Weight of Sadness Lifted by Paint and Paint Brush.
 

The Lifespan of Butterflies wrote about Sweet Pea Project in a September 28, 2010 post: The Imago Project and again on October 5, 2010 in a post entitled The Sweet Pea Project.

An Authentic Life wrote about Sweet Pea Project in a September 16, 2010 post: Blanket of Love.
 

The Road Less Traveled mentioned Sweet Pea Project in a September 14, 2010 post, Another Step.

Funny Little Pollywogs encouraged readers to make a donation to Sweet Pea Project in a September 10, 2010 post entitled The Sweet Pea Project Needs Your Help.

Stepping Stones published Sweet Pea Project's October Events Press Release in their September 1, 2010 post, If You Are In The Lancaster Area.

Still Life 365 published Stephanie's poem, Disbelief Dreams, as August 4, 2010's piece of art.

Stephanie Cole was interviewed live on July 25, 2010 by Still Life 365 Founder Angie Yingst as part of her Artist to Artist series.

Stephanie Cole's painting, Empty, was Still Life 365's piece of art for July 25, 2010.

Born Still published Madeline's Story, written by Stephanie Cole, in a July 12, 2010 post entitled Stephanie and Madeline.

Stephanie Cole's painting, For Madeline, was Still Life 365's piece of art for July 8, 2010 .

Out of the Woods published a letter to Stephanie reviewing her book in a June 25, 2010 post entitled Still: A Collection of Honest Artwork...

Born Still wrote about the Sweet Pea Project in a June 24, 2010 post: Sweet Pea Babies.

Kota Loss & Compassion Blog posted the press release and reviews for Still. in a June 23, 2010 entry, Still: a collection of honest artwork and writings from the heart of a grieving mother.

Little Angel Hands included Stephanie's poem Why I Cannot Join A Mom's Group in a June 22, 2010 post entitled What I Would Give.
Born Still featured the Sweet Pea Project and Still. on their blog in a June 22, 2010 post entitled The Sweet Pea Project.

On June 22, 2010 Claudine Radford, LCSW listed Sweet Pea Project as a "Favorite Healing Website" in  Preterm & Neonatal Loss: An Informative Interview with Prenatal & Postpartum Wellness Strategies.

Delightful Pregnancy & Birth mentioned the Sweet Pea Project and Stephanie's book in a May 19, 2010 post entitled Still.

The Emmet Foundation posted a bulletin about Stephanie's book, Still., on May 19, 2010.

Mother Henna mentioned the Sweet Pea Project (and posted gorgeous pictures of the Share Benefit, which Stephanie helped create) in a May 2, 2010 post entitled Reading, sharing, visiting on our trip back east!

The Emmet Foundation posted a bulletin on May 2, 2010 entitled Sweet Pea Project blogspot...stop by and become part of the community.

On April 16, 2010, Baby's Silkie wrote a note For The Sweet Pea Project, and donated a few of her beautiful blankets as well.

In a March 1, 2010 post entitled Save the Date: April 23, 2010, Stepping Stones mentioned the Sweet Pea Project  and Stephanie's involvement with Share's Benefit: A Creative Exploration of Grief.

Kota Press published an announcement about the Sweet Pea Project in a February 4, 2010 post entitled Bringing The Sweet Pea Project to Your Town.

Stepping Stones published a piece written by Stephanie on Madeline's 3rd Birthday, Jan. 5, 2010.

Sara wrote about our blanket donation project on CafeMom in a July 8, 2009 post entitled Sweet Pea Project- voted a #1 Most Popular Post!

Stepping Stones featured an article on the Sweet Pea Stones in a July 4, 2009 post entitled Sweet Pea Stones.

Stepping Stones published a piece written by Stephanie in a March 26, 2009 post entitled Beauty In The Breakdown.

Mother Henna mentioned the Sweet Pea Project as a "movement of change" in a February 26, 2009 post entitled Next Chapter: Secret 8, Collaboration.

Kota Press featured the Sweet Pea Project flier in a February 8, 2009 post entitled Sweet Pea Project.

Stepping Stones gave Stephanie and the Sweet Pea Project an award in a January 23, 2009 post entitled Feeling The Love.

Bereavement Bears mentioned the Sweet Pea Project in a January 20, 2009 post entitled Teddy Bear Donations.

Stepping Stones featured an article on the Sweet Pea Project in a December 17, 2008 post entitled Sweet Pea Project.