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Mom Comforts Grieving Families With Teddy Bears Sewn From Soldiers’ Uniforms For The Families They Left Behind

We have all heard the saying, take the lemons and make lemonade. Or always try to make the best out of a bad situation. Either way, it is so much easier said than done. A Georgia mom did exactly that though.

Mom Comforts Grieving Families With Teddy Bears Sewn From Soldiers' Uniforms For The Families They Left Behind

This is Matthew Freeman. At 29 years old he was a marine and serving our country. After being in Iraq for 3 weeks, he was killed in action.

Mom Comforts Grieving Families With Teddy Bears Sewn From Soldiers' Uniforms For The Families They Left Behind

After such terrible news, Matthews mother decided to do something different.

Mom Comforts Grieving Families With Teddy Bears Sewn From Soldiers' Uniforms For The Families They Left Behind

She started a fund dedicated to her son helping people of less fortunate companies.

Mom Comforts Grieving Families With Teddy Bears Sewn From Soldiers' Uniforms For The Families They Left Behind

But her biggest accomplishment is creating bears out of fallen soldiers uniforms.

Mom Comforts Grieving Families With Teddy Bears Sewn From Soldiers' Uniforms For The Families They Left Behind

Families of the fallen soldiers will send Mrs. Freeman the uniforms and she will make the bears for them.

Mom Comforts Grieving Families With Teddy Bears Sewn From Soldiers' Uniforms For The Families They Left Behind

She stated “I kind of pray over the uniform while I’m going”

Mom Comforts Grieving Families With Teddy Bears Sewn From Soldiers' Uniforms For The Families They Left Behind

Each Bear is unique, but it also holds a very special place in the family members hearts.

Mom Comforts Grieving Families With Teddy Bears Sewn From Soldiers' Uniforms For The Families They Left Behind

The goal is to comfort the youngest members of military families — children, nieces and nephews — after the death of a service member

Mom Comforts Grieving Families With Teddy Bears Sewn From Soldiers' Uniforms For The Families They Left Behind

What an inspiring women. She has taken something tragic and turned it into something beautiful. She said her son would be proud of what she is doing.She has started a foundation called “The Matthew Freeman Project”, their website is here.

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