NoahsBears

Bringing comfort one bear at a time.

NoahsBears

Bringing comfort one bear at a time.


This bear was made in honor of SSG Ryan Coyer for his nephew. The drawing in the background is a recreation of Noah's obituary photo. Thank you, Ryan, for your life so that we may be free. 

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This bear was made in honor of SSG Ryan Coyer for his nephew. The drawing in the background is a recreation of Noah's obituary photo. Thank you, Ryan, for your life so that we may be free. 

Help Our Cause

Your support and contributions will enable me to keep on shining a light in the dark. Each donation will go toward the mission of bringing comfort one bear at a time when those who have lost need something to hold. We are a 501c3 Nonprofit. 


There is no charge for the first NoahBear. Any additional bears for the same person, will have a donation fee. 


If you feel moved to join in the mission, please click on the PayPal button. Each contribution goes straight back into the project. 


I am so thankful and humbled to find a way to honor Noah while bringing peace to those who have lost.  


-Amber Armistead



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About Us

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The concept began in the depths of grief..

In 2011, my son, Noah, passed away in his sleep. He was 22 months old and a light in the darkness. There was no medical reason found for his passing, so this momma discovered a amazing group of people who shared the same shattering, inexplicable. life altering experience...S.U.D.C (Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood). I saw other families who found a way to honor their lost loved ones...I searched and searched for my path... memory bear

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Inspiration appeared in the most unlikely of places..

After all these years, I still held onto his clothes. They hid in the closet in a trash bag. I struggled with what to do with them. What is better than something to hold? Something that reminds you of the one you lost? Something that was made with love, pain, prayer and ultimately healing? I found it in my first teddy bear. Made from his clothing....

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Now my mission...

I want to inspire. I want to empower the grieving. I want to help soothe the pain of the loss by letting you know that you are not alone. I want to create a bear from your loved one's personal fabrics (clothes, blankets, or other things that remind you of them) called a Memorial NoahBear. Or I want to create a bear and accessorize it in a way that reminds you of the one that is no longer with you from purchased fabrics, a Memory NoahBear. I want to honor Noah's memory by shining a light in the darkness. The bear will be a tribute to your story. And with it, Noah's memory lives on. 

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