Monday, April 1, 2013


This blog is created for you! Learn more about what these bracelets are and how they came about. I am excited to share hope with other moms as they struggle through loss and pain. Know that you are not alone.

As these bracelets become more widespread so does the need to make this cause more known and understood. The purpose of Hudson's Bands of Hope is to honor my baby while donating bracelets and cards to hospitals for moms who experience stillbirth and miscarriage. Currently, the bracelets are in both Kokomo hospitals and will soon be expanding to Marion General, Methodist, IU North and St. Vincent, here in Indiana. I have commited to provide bracelets to these hospitals as funding permits.  Bracelets have also been mailed across the country as requested by family members and friends of those who have a loss.

I have included my story and the initial seed that God planted for this idea to grow. Since begining this ministry I have been completely overwhelmed by the support and willingness of others to help, as well as how easily things have fallen into place as God blesses me with resources and expansion.

I pray that this is an inspiration and a source of healing for many!


  1. April 29, 2013

    Hi Misty. My husband and I go to Crossroads Community Church like you do.

    I'd appreciate it if you would please contact me at:

    I would like more information about what it takes to make bands of hope bracelets. I certainly do have some spare time available when I am not taking care of our four year old granddaughter Zoey two days a week.

    I would like to possibly make some of these bracelets, if help is needed in this way.

    I will look forward to hearing from you.

    What a great idea bands of hope bracelets convey to mothers that have lost a baby to either a stillbirth or through a miscarriage.

    May you have a wonderful day and week ahead.


    Pat Worley

  2. Misty,

    So touched by your story! God will surely bless you for your 'heart' to help other in this way. I do have a question, I have a couple family members, one had a miscarriage, another a stillbirth in the recent past. Any way to get a bracelet for them?
    Please email me at God Bless you for all you are doing!

  3. Thank you so much for a little ray of sunshine on a very dark day. Yesterday, my husband and our two little boys left the hospital empty handed. Our 32 week old sweet baby Jesse did not get to come home with us. Being a mom that loves to make jewelry in my spare time, I loved the gift and what it represents. The pain is still very raw and your kindness and story are truly a God send. Thank you.