NewsPhoto & VideoVideo Baby blankets keep Haitian moms employed, families together Originally published January 3, 2015 at 10:44 am Updated February 19, 2015 at 10:47 am In Haiti, many orphans have living parents who can’t afford to support their kids. A Seattle nonprofit employs moms to knit baby blankets and pays enough to keep their families together. Video by Mike Siegel, produced by Lauren Frohne Share story By Lauren Frohne Seattle Times video editor In Haiti, many children in orphanages have living parents who can’t afford to support their kids. A Seattle nonprofit is employing moms to make baby blankets that it sells in the U.S., paying good salaries that keep the families united. Lauren Frohne: firstname.lastname@example.org.