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Thread: Doll to a sick child....

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    Super Member JanTx's Avatar
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    Oh hurray! So good to see her smiling face. You are doing great work and do it with true passion. Sew on!
    So many quilts, so little time.

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    Miracles!! God CAN deliver and give special talents to the doctors who treated her!!

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    Thank you for posting the story and pictures. Wonderful doll, beautiful child. Great positive story to start the day with.

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    A very heart warming story. I am so glad you shared with us. She is a beautiful child. Us adults have to take notice from these little ones who suffer some horrible sickness.. and look at their little faces.. how smiley and bright. Our son was the same way.. I remember back in 1986 when my son was born with short gut syndrome, we had asked all the specialists about a bowel transplant. Our surgeon said we had a better chance of enjoying some life with our son NOT having the surgery. As at that time, there had been no survivors of that type of surgery at the time. The doc my son had at the time, traveled all over the US teaching bowel sugery and etc to others, and was on a team trying to get the transplant to work. We had questioned the surgery when we were told our son would never live to be 8.. one of the reasons was the TPN.. really does wreck a body inside.. I am very happy to say he is now married..and doing very well. So I will personally be praying for this little angel to have the very best outcome she can. My husbands brother is a kidney transplant survivor. So we know about all the meds...

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    Quilting, crocheting, sewing and crafting in my Sewing Room...Peaceful and wonderful !!
    All I have to say is you are very special to do this for the children .. Definitely an ANGEL !!
    When Life brings big winds of change that almost blows you over.Hang on tight and Believe.
    Words and hearts should be handled with care-for words when spoken and hearts when broken are the hardest things to repair. Author unknown to me
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    O she is a cutie and
    has a beautiful doll.
    Thank you for caring and sharing.
    J J

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    Super Member nena's Avatar
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    What a precious sweet face.

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    Have you considered buying white sheets to obtain the fabric needed for the petticoats? That might be more economical than buying white fabric by the yard.

    Your dolls are lovely.

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    Super Member mountain deb's Avatar
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    Awww that is so awsome.
    Let God be your quilt and wrap you in His loving care.

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    two dolls found a home with a sick child toda

    I hope I get these posted as the right dolls for the right child. This morning at 11:30 a.m. I took a doll (topsy turvy...two in one doll) to a local single mother for her child. The child is only 6 months old, and much younger than I normally give a doll to....BUT...she ha had two surgeries already as she was born with her heart on the wrong side. Her next surgery will be (barring emergencies) when she becomes at least 5 years of age. The doll's dress has little blocks that say America and Land Of The Free on it along with other designs. It is red, white and blue. The underside or nightgown part has blue trim and tied in red, white and blue ribbons as is the waistband on the front. It stands 22 inches high. The babies name is Ziouna (pronounced GUY O NA) The picture (s) is below
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