DeLanee's Story

10 years ago, Becky and Tommy, were blessed to be pregnant with their second child. Shortly thereafter they learned that they were going to be parents to a little girl, but the probability of their daughter living for very long was extremely low. Their daughter was diagnosed with a condition called Dandy-Walker Cyst. The doctors believed that their baby girl would deteriorate and pass away during pregnancy, but much to their surprise DeLanee developed until 28 weeks gestation when she was delivered and lived for three hours. As you can imagine, these 3 hours was precious time that they spent as a family with their daughter taking pictures, bathing, dressing and holding her until she passed away in their arms. Upon DeLanee's passing, the nurses brought the family a box to put their daughter’s belongings in to take home with them. Because DeLanee was born in January the nurses were able to find a leftover Christmas box. That Christmas box became extremely special to them and they clung to it and the contents inside that held their daughter’s precious belongings as they left the hospital without their baby. It was because of this box that the inspiration for Lanee’s Legacy began. . .

Wednesday, April 22, 2015


We are hosting a Mother's Day Box Making on Thursday, May 7, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. at Phoenix Perinatal Associates (1840 S. Stapley Drive, Ste. 131, Mesa, Arizona).

This is a great opportunity to come and connect as Mother's who have experienced a loss while we work together making boxes. This event is free and all are welcome.

If you'd like to create a box in memory of your baby, please pre-pay ($20) by clicking on our "donate" button at the top right of this page. Please remember to leave your baby's name in the comment section.

Please help us spread the word so that all may take advantage of this opportunity. Refreshments provided. 

Wednesday, January 14, 2015


We want to send a great big THANK YOU to the Horne Family and the Seth and Maurine Horne Trust for their generous donation. All donations that are received by our organization are viewed as "sacred money" in which we bear a huge responsibility to use those funds in a way that would be most beneficial and cost effective to the organization. None of the members of the LL team receive any payment or even reimbursement for expenses they acquire while serving within the organization. All funds received go right into the making of the boxes. We appreciate the Horne family and their trust in us. Their donation will make a difference in a lot of lives! Thank you for your generosity!