Monday, November 12, 2012

Banner for Special Kids

Welcome to the Christmas Banner Hop for
 Special Needs Children

As joyous as Christmas is for most families, for some,
their holidays are filled with worry, 
medical treatments and tests, and pain -- for their child must
be hospitalized or she or he needs long-term care rather 
than being home with their families.  
For these kids, Santa doesn't slip down a chimney 
but rather, often comes  in the guise of community volunteers 
who help make the season bright 
This is the Reason for my Season that God has laid on my 
heart to help and why I created my 
Banner for the KIDs..
So on to the HOP ..

SO if  you arrived from Linda's Blog your on the right track
The beginning of the blog hop is over at 
Now this is a long hop but well work it for the KIDS 
The Queen created a JOY Banner in hopes of bring 
some joy into the life of a special needs kid...

Your next stop on this hop is 
Vicki Blog ... Now don't forget the BIG event you can join
in on is over at the Ellen Blog  where they have tons
of giveaways and things you can do too...

"In the eyes of children, we find the joy of Christmas.
 In their hearts, we find its meaning."


Linda Simpson said...

Oh how cute! The wording is fabulous and will definitely bring Joy to all the children.

Linda xxx

Unknown said...

i love your banner...the papers you used are so cheerful! Thanks for sharing said...

Great Banner you Created!! TFS!!!
ilovetonkinese2 at hotmail dot com

Edwina said...

Your banner is so bright and cheerful! It will bring joy to others. It will make a room cheerful. thanks for sharing. Edwina Brown

Tambo said...

Theresa, This will definitely bring joy to one little child. tfs Tami
Tambos Creations!

Madison said...

Theresa, so bright and beautiful for sure. I love this banner. Thank you so much for being a part of this hop and donating your banner to the kids at Children's Hospital. I appreciate that so much! You ROCK:)

Unknown said...

Great color choices.


Ellen Jarvis said...

Queen T, your banner is fantastic, and knowing you continued to forge on despite your injury means the world to me. And thank you for featuring the sweet pic of my grandbaby Charlotte -- the one with the remarkable eyes at the bottom of your post. Isn't she a sweetheart?!

Thank you again for participating in this hop that is so very dear to me. It is hard to describe the look of wonder and pure, innocent delight in the child's eyes when he or she first sees the banner hanging bedside... precious! That child appreciates you more than I can ever. May you always be blessed knowing the joy you bring.

Ellen ♥ CardMonkey

Harley Rowe said...

I get many toys for my kids for their B-Day. She is very happy and enjoy a lot with toys. girls toys