This is the text from her website The Sweet Pea Project. She is an incredible young woman, graceful, wonderful, helpful, and a beacon of light in what is the darkest time in a mother's light. Stephanie Cole Founder of the Sweet Pea Project "I am an artist, an activist, and above all, a mother. My husband and I are the proud parents of three amazing and beautiful children. Our first child, Madeline Jonna, was silently born one week after her due date. One year and six days later, Benjamin Madan brought color back into our world when he was born early one perfect January morning. Another rainbow lit up our lives recently as our second little boy, Nathaniel Richard, was born healthy, strong and perfect. Since Madeline's death I have dedicated myself to honoring my daughter's short but precious life by working to improve the way stillbirths are handled at the hospital and in the community. That is why I started the Sweet Pea Project and wrote my book, Still. I also give presentations at hospitals about the needs of bereaved parents, I have created an art exhibit that focuses on using art as a tool to navigate through grief and I run creative workshops for bereaved parents. I have met with Senators and State Representatives to urge them to pass legislation to issue a Certificate of Birth Resulting in Stillbirth, instead of just a death certificate, when a baby is stillborn. None of this will make the death of a child okay, but I'm hoping it will help create a more supportive and compassionate community for the families left behind." Stephanie and her supporters were successful in getting the law in PA changed so now that Pennsylvania joins the other states that offer a certificate of birth resulting in stillbirth. She is also the author of the book Still and continues to reach out to hospitals to donate these special blankets and now her book for bereaved parents. She is amazing!!!!!