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Old 11-04-2011, 11:45 AM
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Heart Quotes about Foster/adopt...

I am a bit new here. I have been reading all of the boards for awhile though We are going through classes now to foster with the hope of one day adopting. I have been looking into decorating the room and I want to get a quilt made for the bed (we will be requesting girls). I want to put a message or quote in the corner of the quilt....something about watching over, safety, ect.
ANY ideas are welcome. I hope we will have many little ones, who get to experience the joy of safety and love, who will sleep under this quilt and I want something special sewn in to a square for them. I would love input...thanks so much!!
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Old 11-04-2011, 12:36 PM
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What a lovely idea. Maybe something like "Love makes a house a home"? Also if you take her to Target or something and let her pick out a poster or some small decorations it will help her personalize the room and identify it as her own space.
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Old 11-04-2011, 01:46 PM
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Do you expect to get children who can read? If not to 100%, then how about a cute image that conveys safety? Just a thought.

In advance, I framed and hung a picture on the wall in the kids' bedroom that had a giant St. Bernard dog with a lop-eared bunny lying calmly on his head. The idea that despite big differences, bigger beings can be supportive and kind to little beings.
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