A pine wreath bound by a ribbon frames a medallion featuring an infant in a blanket sleeper (with butt flap) saying prayers. The mop of hair seems to me to signify a male child in the era around 1900, though this marker has been customized to commemorate a female.
SLEEP I PRAY THE
1891 – 1899
The plaque is securely set in a concrete base, but lawn mowers over the years have struck the bas relief repeatedly, leaving gashes and worn areas where the relief was highest.
Pure sentiment here in a generic (though, as noted, customized) monument. I would compare it to a sympathy card, though I will repeat here, as I have argued more fully elsewhere, banality of sentiment does not give us leave to assume that the sentiment in question was not sincerely felt.