3 years ago, my sister gave birth to a 4 month old baby boy. Obviously, he was too young to make it. None of us got to see him, and she didn't want to see him when he was born. Later, they wouldn't let her. However, a nurse went down to the pathology lab and got his little footprints and his right hand print for her. He had my sister's feet! High arches just like her, all ten perfect toes and 5 perfect fingers on his right hand. The nurse said he was a perfectly formed baby boy. My sister carried the card they made her with his prints on it around in her wallet. Last year, someone stole her wallet, and Jude's footprints were in it. She had several ultrasounds, which unfortunately got lost during her divorce and the separation of their household goods, but I just remembered I think I have some of those images on my old phone (maybe).
Can y'all think of something I could do with those images, if I can find them, as a gift for her for Christmas? Or something different, if I cannot find them, to commemorate the baby somehow? She has nothing of him since the footprints are gone. Luckily, my mom had a friend at a local funeral home make us all bookmarks out of copies of the original card, but my sister wants the one that his feet actually touched. Since that can never be recovered, I would like to do something else to help keep the little guy's memory alive. Any suggestions?