Monday, December 31, 2012


A four letter word that holds so many emotions for me.....hope, frustration, trust, anger, love, worry, faith.....and the list could go on and on. 


In life we are required to wait on so many things.  jobs, money, love, ADOPTION.  Waiting is a part of everyone's life.  Some wait me....wait very unpatiently. 

What kind of "waiter" are you?  What is your attitude in your waiting?  Who or what do you rely on?

It is in your waiting that your true character is revealed. 

When you pray "Lord, let YOUR will be done."  Do you REALLY mean that?  Or are you actually praying with a selfish heart knowing your prayer actually means "Lord, let MY will be done"  If we prayed that prayer with pure motives we would never question God and His timing. 

I get I said I am someone who does not wait well.  I hate not having control...I hate not being in control....I hate not knowing the outcome.  But you know what I hate even more....not completely allowing God to handle my wait.  I get so frustrated with myself for giving in to satan and his evil plans to still the joy out of my waiting, the prayer out of my waiting, the full reliance on God out of my waiting.   

This has become my daily prayer..
"God, I am going to be faithful in the NOW and trust that when YOU decide to answer my prayer (in your way) you will."

Romans 8:28
"And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose."

As Christians we often over look the fact that we will have troubles.  We expect life as a Christian to be easy, for God to answer our prayers exactly how we want them to be answered.  But if there is one thing that I have learned in my 33 years on this earth is that God rarely answers my prayers in the way that I want.  Does He answer them...yes....but rarely in "my timing" or "my plans".  So, yes we will have troubles...we will have waiting, but God promises to overcome.

So I leave you with this....
How are you in your waiting?
Will you still follow HIM even if HIS plan is not your plan....HIS timing is not your timing?

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Our sweet Kenzie is 5 months old today!!!  She is growing up SO quickly.  I CANNOT wait to get my hands on her in just a week and a half.  It is going to be so hard to leave her but I know that I will be with her again very soon and she will be in our family forever. 

We have been having so much fun this Christmas break.  We have had tons of family time, relaxing time, and even some cleaning/organizing time (totally not my favorite and the offer still stands if someone wants to come to do that for me.....haha).  God has truly blessed me and I am so in love with every part of my life right now.  This time last year there were some MAJOR uncertainties but over the past year God has performed some amazing miracles and Richard and I will always give him all the glory, honor, and praise.  Some day I will share God's story of redemption, forgiveness, and love....but right now this blog is dedicated to our journey to Kenzie.

10 days....10 days baby girl....mommy and daddy are coming! 

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

We had an amazing Christmas!!

My parents surprised us with a trip to Dauphin Island this summer as an entire family (my sisters and their families included).  We have to pay for meals and souviners but everything else is taken care of!!  So June 29-July 6 we will be laying (as a family of 4!!!) on the beach!  So excited.

It was so fun to sit around and talk about Kenzie.....knowing she will be with us next year.  At first I thought it was going to be super hard but I actually was very upbeat and excited knowing that our process will all be over very soon and also that she will be in my arms even sooner!

We got an email from Ted this morning that the social worker appointment is on Jan. 10.  The SW appointment is important because this is a report that is submitted to the judge that shows him we are "fit" parents and encourages his approval on our case.  We are still praying for immediate approval!

Now the craziness of getting ready for Taiwan begins!  There is so much to do to prepare to be gone for a week and a half.  I am so thankful I got all of my school stuff done.  That is one less thing I have to worry about.  Now I just have to get us packed, make sure stuff is ready for Kyler, clean my house (anyone wanna come over and do that for me..hah) and finish getting Kenzie's room all ready! 

11 days and we will be on our way!!!  PTL! 

Monday, December 24, 2012

The baking is done.....the presents are wrapped....I am finally ready for Christmas.  This year is different than ever before.  My family is spread acrossed a HUGE pond.  Early on in the adoption of Kenzie we had prayed for a Christmas miracle.  We had prayed that we would have her home by tomorrow.  We quickly realized that, that wasn't going to happen.  Yes, we continued to pray but realistically we knew it wasn't going to happen.  So tomorrow I will wake up with various emotions.  Sad because my prayer was not answered in the way I had hoped, but excited because in 2 weeks I will finally get to hold my precious Kenzie in my arms. 

We found out a little more information about our process today.  Since our BM report is done the judge could actually issue us our first decree on the spot and we could begin the quick wait (about 2 weeks) for our final decree and AIT appointment but we were assured that, that probably will not happen.  We do believe in miracles and it would be amazing to be able to bring her home that we will pray for that.  But we also have to remain realistic.  We were told every other couple has had to wait at least 5 weeks from the time the BM report was done and given to the judge before the judge has issued a first decree and then it is typically another 2 weeks after first decree before we can actually bring her home.  So from our court date around 7 weeks is a realistic time frame (end of Feb.).  We will continue to pray for sooner and ask you to join with us!  God knows!  .

We are slowly beginning to prepare for our flight over.  We called the airlines today to check on some baggage issues and I have started to make a "pile" of stuff that we will take.  Richard is working on her room this evening....setting up a shelf that I bought.  It is so exciting to see all this pink, girly stuff in my house!  I NEVER thought this day would happen!!!!  I will post pics of her room as soon as it is done!

God has truly blessed us this holiday season.  Although we wished our sweet Kenzie was home with us....we know we are still blessed to have her and are excited for the memories we will create with her very soon! 

Love you all.....
Thank you for the prayers and PLEASE keep them coming! 

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Check out this cuteness!!!!
I CANNOT wait to get my hands on this precious baby girl! 

Friday, December 21, 2012

I love Christmas! I love the holiday season and this year is a special one.  It will be our last as a family of 3.  We are so excited to welcome Kenzie into our forever family and we cannot wait until she is home with us.....but God has been working on my heart.  I realize that I need to live in today.  God holds the future and as much as I want to figure it out....mold it into my desires....or plan it on my own.  If I truly trust in an almighy God that means I have to trust in Him in EVERYTHING...not just when it is convienent for me. 

This has been so hard with our adoption process to Kenzie.  It is so easy to compare our case to other cases.  To wonder why "they are moving" and we are not.  But just in the past week God has began to show me exactly what has been going on.  We have received very positive news for THOGL and how our process is going.  We still do not know exactly when God will allow us to bring Kenzie home...but we have hope.  Just a few weeks ago I was in a really bad spot.  I was crying out to God, pleading, and begging Him to give me answers.  He did!  It wasn't the timing that I wanted...but He gave us answers! 

Several have asked when we will get to bring Kenzie home after court.  At this point we have no idea.  We asked THOGL what they thought and they gave us their opinion but they also do not know. For the majority of the couples who are home it has taken 2 months after their court appearance to bring  home their baby or get their first decree.  One couple actually took 3 months.  But because our process is being done a bit different we have been told our "long" waiting was done before court (10 weeks) so we remain very positive that it will be in God's perfect timing.  We know we will lose a week during Feburary because of Chinese New Year.  But we are praying that the Lord will show us favor and process everything before that week (this is very wishful thinking). 

Kenzie will be 5 months in 6 days!!!  We had hoped to have her home by 6 months.  At this point we know that, that will not happen.  But that's okay!  God has given us a huge peace about her age. 

We are so thankful for this time in our life and we know that God has us exactly where He wants us!  We know that it is going to be so hard to leave Kenzie...but we also know that God will reunite us very soon and when that day comes we will give HIM all the glory!

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Good news today! 

Ted emailed this morning.  The courts sent notice that our court appointment is on Jan. 11 at 9:30am which is Jan. 10 7:30pm Joplin time.  So please set your clocks, calendars, and alarms to be praying for us during that time!  We are unsure if Kenzie's birth mom will meet us at court or come to THOGL first and ride with us to court.  But we are very excited, anxious, and nervous for that meeting.  We want God to be glorified and for Him to give us the words to say to her.  We are forever indebted to her and the precious gift she has given us.  So please pray for her as well.  We know that this will be a very hard time for her.

Several friends who are adopting from THOGL are having hold ups in their cases.  The judge and social workers seem to be moving very slowly right now.  Please pray for them and that they will not get discouraged in their waiting.  God's timing is perfect and it is so hard to understand that some times.  Please also pray that the judge and social worker will work through our case rapidly.  As Chinese New Year approaches in Feb. we are hoping that they judge will want to process as many cases as possible before that date....if not it could set us back a week or two.  We are still praying to have her home in March.  We were told that is very realistic and actually it could be even sooner because of paperwork that has already been completed towards our case.  We pray this is true.  It would be so much fun to have Kenzie at Kyler's 6th birthday party...which is March 16! 

Thank you for your continued prayers!  We feel them and know God hears them! May HE be given all the glory and praise through this process!

Monday, December 17, 2012

3 weeks from today we leave to meet our precious baby girl!  We are so excited!   This weekend Richard and I had an all day date day in Springfield, MO and Branson, MO.  It was so great to get a away, finish Christmas shopping and just spend some time together dreaming about the future and setting family goals.  While we were shopping we did find a super cute outfit that we are going to take over to Kenzie for a mini photo shoot!  I will be so excited to share those pictures....

Speaking of all have been patient long enough. 

Here is our precious Kenzie Ann Mei-En Jett  (4 months old)

A few things we have learned about Kenzie:
*She is a great sleeper
*She doesn't like her bottle at first but once she realizes what it is she is a great eater
*She is VERY loved by several of the workers (they aren't "allowed" to have favorites...wink, wink)
*She loves to cuddle
*She giggles, rolls, and is begininng to sit up
Hang on baby girl......mommy and daddy are coming!

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Going private....

Richard and I decided that we are going to make our blog private until we get Kenzie home!  We want this blog to be a place that we can update you all as we prepare to go to Taiwan and while we are in Taiwan.  It is much easier for you all to go to one place to read our updates than for us to send out individual messages! 

Thank you so much for your support and prayers as we have been on this journey!  We COULD NOT do it without you!

Much Love,

Monday, November 26, 2012

Over the weekend I watched the movie October stars.  Words cannot even begin to express how this movie made me feel.  I loved every second of it....I am so thankful for the writers and that God nudged them to create a movie that touches on an issue that is hard....but so needs to be shared.  So grab a box of Kleenex and watch it if you haven't.  You will be blessed.

I have so much to be thankful for this holiday season.  God has truly blessed me this year and I am so thankful for this year.  It was a year that started out a bit rough...but God has redeemed the situation and allowed something so beautiful to come from it.  Maybe one day I will share that full story.

The only sad thing this year was that on Thanksgiving I was in bed....yep....the stomach virus hit me hardcore and I was throwing up every 2 hours.  I am still struggling to get back on my feet...but hoping tomorrow I can get back at it.  The laying in bed and "thinking" is not always good for me.  But Richard and Ky had a great time with my family and I was able to join them for a few hours over the weekend.  Good side.....I didn't gain a pound....I actually lost 5 pounds in the past 4 days from being sick.

There are some BIG changes happening in the Jett household over the next few months and we will be excited to share those with you as they come.....for now....we just ask for your prayers.  God is doing some amazing things and we love seeing His plans come together.

Much Love.....


Monday, November 5, 2012

Shopping with a Purpose...

I LOVE Christmas!
I LOVE Adoption!
So this year....I am shopping with a purpose and I challenge YOU to do the same.  As you begin to make your Christmas list think about checking out these sites! You will not only be getting your shopping done BUT you will also help bring a child home to their forever family!  It is a win, win!

One of my dear, dear friends owns a little business called Lil Bees. She specialize in little girl if you have a little girl in your MUST place an order!  100% of the profits made from Lil Bees goes towards the adoption of their second child.  (The below picture features a romper and headband/bow that you can purchase in her shop right now!)

I meet Beth through the Give1Save1 Blog!   I immediately feel in love with her work.   The below picture is just one of the many precious little girls she has painted!  You can customize with a scripture or a saying that fits your precious little child.  Check out her custom artwork at ArtisticAdoption

Lindsay with Lindsay Lou Creations creates some of the most beautiful crochet items I have ever seen!  All the money that is raised from her items goes towards their adoption from the DRC. 

Hannah James is a small business committed to raising money for adoption and for orphans!  The owner Desiree is passionate about helping couples adopt and bring their children home!  If you love unique will love Hannah James

Sew Cute and Crafty is full of  adorable personalized Christmas stockings, onesies, shirts, dresses, and more!  100% of the proceeds from Sew Cute and Crafty go towards their adoption!

Get You Here was a shirt created by Natalie.   She and her husband are on a HUGE journey right now! They are in the process of adopting TWINS from Africa.  They have created this amazing shirt and all proceeds go towards their adoption and bringing their boys home!  (I have the shirt and LOVE LOVE LOVE it!)

The team at Worthy of the Prize are HUGE supporters of adoption.  They help couples who are adopting raise money to bring their precious babies home!  Check out their full website and shop their store!  I LOVE their wristlet keychains.

These are just a few of my favorites! Please check these sites out and don't forget this holiday season....




Friday, October 19, 2012


2 billion Christians...
132 million orphans...
If the church arose each child could be provided for 15 times over.

What will YOU do?
November 4...Orphan Sunday...YOU can make a difference!

I am so passionate about adoption and about orphan care.  Long before Richard and I realized that we would grow our family through adoption we wanted to adopt.  It was actually something we talked about on our very first date.  So thankful he felt the same wasy as I did because that could have been a deal breaker ;)  But God knew what He was doing! 

My life has been so blessed through adoption.  I think about Kyler and the gift his bio mother gave to us.  I think about our future child(ren) and the gift they will be to our family. 

You can make a difference. 
Here is my challenge for you:

First Challenge:
Give a financial gift of any amount (it can be $5, $10, $20, $100) towards someone you know that is adopting.  That might mean you don't get your weekly Starbucks or you dont take your family through the drive thru.  We ALL have places that we can cut back.  I know that the times in my life when I have given financially towards helping someone adopt have been the times that God has blessed my family in huge ways!  Money is very tight for Richard and I right now but I PROMISE to you that I will also complete this challenge.  **If you do not know of a family that is currently adopting please contact me and I can give you a couple of names** 

Second Challenge:
Pray about adopting, fostering, or being involved in your local orphan care ministry.  Adoption and fostering can be very scary but their are so many people that have done will instantly be a part of a new family just by taking a step of faith.   

God will use you....He will break your heart for the Fatherless.  God commands us to take care of the orphans.  Will you do your part?

Celebrate life with me......celebrate the life of an orphan being able to have a forever family!

Saturday, September 22, 2012

I love Fall.....

I love it when the leaves change....
I love it when the weather gets a bit cooler....
I love it when my husband is constantly yelling at the TV (College Football)
and I love it because it means it is closer to the Holiday season!

I love Fall.....

Today is the first day of Fall.  We got to kick off the Fall season by taking Kyler and my niece Bailee to The Bluegrass Festival here in our hometown.  It was a such a beautiful day to walk around outside and do a little bit of shopping and playing.  I love hanging out with my family.

This Fall season is sure to bring lots of excitement around the Jett household as we prepare for the Holiday season and a New Year.  God has truly blessed us and I am so thankful. 


Monday, September 17, 2012

This weekend was one of the busiest weekends we have had in a long time....but we loved every minute of it!  

Friday night I got to go out with some fellow THOGL momma's for a Girl's Night Out!  It was so fun to eat, chat, and talk about our precious children.  Then on Saturday morning Kyler and I got to meet up with April and Lilli Chism for a swim date (at their hotel) and lunch at Chick Fil A.  April is one of those friends that I love dearly.  She is a fellow adoptive mommy and seeing her with Lilli inspires me to be a better mommy.  She has truly become a kindred spirit and I am so glad that we finally got to meet in person!  Next time...I am going to her!  She lives in Portland, OR.  I have never been there and would love to visit that part of the country!  

Then that Saturday evening we got to meet up with over 100 members of our THOGL family!  Families came from OR, NY, IN, TN, KS, and MO to reunite our precious children!  God has truly blessed us with such an amazing group of people.  We truly thank God everyday for Ted and Bev Skiles and THOGL.  Our family is complete because of them! 

THOGL children that were at the reunion

Kyler and a couple of his buddies!  The little guy in the middle was a boy that was a crib mate of Kyler's at THOGL!

We are already looking forward to the CNY 2013 celebration to see some of our best friends again!

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

My encouragement....

I haven't been getting much sleep lately for a variety of isn't because I am not tired....because I am stinking exhausted.  I just haven't really wanted to sleep because I would much rather be working on other stuff.  God is so good and he has truly blessed my family! 

There are those times when you look at your life and you feel completely overwhelmed by it all....but after over a year of feeling that way...I get it.  God knows what he is doing.  He is in control!

My dear friend, Kate, has a necklace that she made and it simply reads...."be still"  There have been so many times in my life that God has been whispering those words to me...yet I have chosen to ignore them.  But when I finally listened...HE stilled my heart and gave me my greatest desire! 

We are on a journey.  Our journey does not look like anyone else.  It is a journey that has had some major highs and some major lows....but I wouldn't change it for anything.  It is a journey that is easy to judge by others....a journey that others can look at and say "you should do it this way or that way".....but I don't want others opinions to try and change it...because it is ours!  God has used our journey as a testament of his redeeming power and love.  He has chosen US to be his a calling!  

Let Him be the author of your life...."be still" in Him.  Remember it is easy to become very jealous of what others have or what others have been blessed with....but rest assure in your journey....God has you exactly where HE wants you!!

Much love...

Thursday, September 6, 2012

A two month hiatus.....whoops!

I really needed the break from the blog world.  After all the craziness with fundraising and losing our referral it was nice sign off for a while!

But I am back!

Good things are happening in the Jett family!  We serve a God who is so stinking awesome and He continually shows me how trusting in him and his perfect timing is what it is all about!

For those who are curious we are still on the road to adopt a baby girl!  Please pray for us and for our journey.  God is working and with Him all things are possible!

In other news.....

Kyler started school on August baby boy is growing up!  I still cant believe it sometimes that I am his mommy!  He is so stinking amazing and I know that he is going to grow up and do BIG things for Jesus!  I am blessed.
School has been a huge change for me.  I am now teaching 4th grade.  It has already had it's moments of challenge but I love it.  I am so thankful for the amazing and supportive group of ladies that I teach with.
Richard is same ole same ole....working his rear off (literally...ha ha) for our family!  He is such an amazing provider.  His heart is for God and his family and I love him so much for that.

Well I hope to make this blog a bit more consistent,  but that is all I have got for now!

*We continue to ask for donations to help off set the cost of our if you are feeling generous, win the lottery, or just plain want to help....we would be FOREVER grateful!  (Click on the DONATE button)

God is good!

Sunday, July 8, 2012

I have tried to write this post a bazillion times, but each time I delete it and step away.  I guess I have just needed more time to heal and process the changes happening in our adoption process.  But slowly word is getting out so I realize that I need to "go public". 

It is with a very heavy heart that I tell you we are no longer adopting Kadence.  Kadence is not meant to be our daughter.  God has other plans for her life and we know the He has her exactly where He wants her.  She is a beautiful little girl and we will continue to pray for her and her precious life. 

So where does that leave us?

We are now back in waiting mode.  We are taking some time to pray about our precious daughter and waiting on God to guide us and direct us.  We know that His timing is perfect and until then....we will trust in that!  We will continue to keep you all updated and hopefully be able to once again share in the amazing news of a referral!

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!  Our auction was a huge success and we feel so blessed by the generosity of so many.  We are still gathering the bids and sending out items so once that is finished I will have a grand total!  But we are so excited to add this amazing chunk of change to our adoption fund!

We will continue to raise funds and save for our adoption because we know it is coming!  We know that one day soon we will welcome a precious baby girl into our forever family!!!


I am still facilitating St. Vincent adoptions.  So if you are interested in adopting from St. Vincent I have added a "tab" on my blog as to how you can get info!! 

Monday, June 11, 2012

Adoption Auction

It's {finally} here...our adoption auction to raise money to bring our little girl home from St.Vincent!!

First of all, let me just say a big thank you to those of you who have been followers of this little blog in the last several months. Next, a big WELCOME to those of you who are visiting from another blog that you follow. And, last, but not least, I have to give a shout out to my amazing creative family, friends, and blog buddies who donated their goods to make this auction possible...THANK YOU!

So, on to the reason you are here...our Adoption Auction. I am SO excited for this auction! We have been given some amazing donations (mostly handmade!) from some great friends and from people who we've never even met! Here's how the auction will work:

1. Peruse the AWESOME items that are for sale during the auction (June 11, 2012 at 10:00am through June 15, 2012 at 11:59 p.m, central standard time).

2. Find the items you would like to bid on and leave a comment* with your bid, name, and e-mail address. (Your bid on most items will include shipping from Missouri, so please keep that in mind as you place it! :))

3. If you win, I will send you an E-mail requesting payment for the item and/or information about your requests (if the item is custom-made). Upon receiving payment via check or paypal, I will ship the item to you!

That's it...super easy! And, every last penny that you spend will go directly into our adoption fund to bring Kadence home!!

So, without further ado...the auction items! (Click on each item for it's bid page.) Happy shopping!!!


Health and Beauty



Burp Cloth Pair

Joplin/Surrounding Area Only

Antique Window Frames

One Less Necklace

"ONE LESS" is stamped on this beautiful copper with two little footprints!
So precious!

Starting Bid

Donated By
The Jetts

"Where He Leads..." Necklace

"Where He Leads I Will Follow"  Necklace in Copper

Starting Bid

Donated By
The Jetts

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Antique Window Frames

This antique/vintage frame is a fun and creative way to decorate!  There are so many ideas on Pinterest that these frames can be used for.

Available: 6 frames with unbroken panes
4 frames with 1 or 2 broken panes

On your bid please specify how many you want and if you want unbroken or broken.
Top bidder gets first selection of frame(s).  Some frames have more or less color.

Starting Bid:
$15.00 (unbroken panes) each
$8.00 (broken panes) each

Donated By
Julie Gordon

One Less T-Shirt

One Less Adoption T-Shirt
The front is pictured
Back is the scripture Ephesians 1:4-5
Color: Black
Size: Large

Starting Bid

Donated By
Hannah Montee

Rosette Statement Necklace #1

Make a statement with this beautiful rosette necklace! The hand rolled rosettes measure 1-1.5 inches, are backed with soft felt, and are attached to a silver plated chain. This necklace measures approximately 20 in. The fabric has been allowed to fray slightly for a shabby chic look.

Like the look but want a different color? Many colors are available!
Bid winner chooses color (up to 3).

Starting Bid

Donated By

Rosette Statement Necklace #2

Make a statement with this beautiful rosette necklace! The hand rolled rosettes measure 1-1.5 inches, are backed with soft felt, and are attached to a silver plated chain. This necklace measures approximately 20 in. The fabric has been allowed to fray slightly for a shabby chic look.

Like the look but want a different color? Many colors are available!
Bid winner chooses color (up to 3).
Starting Bid
Donated By

Chocolate Covered Cherry Lip Gloss

From Jordan Essentials this mineral oil free lip gloss will give your lips a beautiful tint and a delicious chocolate covered cherry flavor. Your lips will stay hydrated and soft. Your confidence that you have a healthy product on your lips will make this a favorite.

Starting Bid

Donated by
Jordan Essentials Consultant

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Shea Body Butter

Thick and rich shea butter naturally retains moisture and returns elasticity to your skin. Our Shea Butter is a superior moisturizer.  4 oz. tube

Winner picks fragrance (My personal favorite is Oatmeal, Milk, and Honey but there are 15 frangrances to choose from)

Starting Bid

Donated by
Jordan Essentials Consultant

"be still." Necklace

This sweet "be still." teardrop shaped vintage inspired brass pendants is approx 1 1/2" X 1".
Fitted glass overlay gives it amazing clarity and a nice weight--not too heavy, but not too lightweight either.
24" antique brass ball chain included--can easily be shortened.

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Donated By

Burp Cloth Pair

This gender neutral burp cloth pair are a great accessory to any diaper bag.  Bidder is bidding on actual cloths in picture.  Brown with white polka dots.

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Donated By

Oversized Wooden Ruler Growth Chart

Original hand-stained and hand-painted Wooden Ruler Growth Chart is a perfect way to record your child’s height! The Wooden Ruler Growth Chart makes the perfect addition to your child’s bedroom, play room, or family room.

The natural grain of the hardwood is brought out by a walnut stain, giving it the look of a vintage ruler. A topcoat of sealer will be added for durability.

The Ruler Growth Chart measures 6 feet tall, with the “markings” beginning at the 6-inch mark. The Ruler Growth Chart is designed to hang 6 inches from the floor, to allow clearance from any baseboards. The included sawtooth hanger allows for quick and easy display. We also recommend Command Strips for more secure hanging.

Dimensions are approximately 1”x7.25”x72”.

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Donated By

WOTP Fit Cards

There are 3 different types of sets to choose from: prayer cards, memory cards and devotional cards.

Fit Cards were designed to clip onto your Fit Band.

Bid winner may choose what Fit Card set they would like.  For a more detailed description on each set of Fit Cards please follow the link the WOTP website!

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Donated By

Cherry Limeade Fit Band

This Fit Band is a great accessory to your wrist.  It is a comfortable style and fits most adult size wrists.  It is great for holding your keys or fit cards!

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Donate By

TOMS Inspired Slip-On

This custom made TOMS inspired slip-on is great for your newborn baby or the beginner walker.  Shoe made from canvas and sole is made from leather.
Bid winner may choose size: 0-6 mths; 6-12 mths, 12-18 mths.

Starting Bid:

Donated By

Sanuks Inspired Slip-On

This custom made Sanuks inspired slip-on is great for your newborn baby or the beginner walker. Shoe made from a heavy linen and sole is made from leather.
Bid winner may choose size: 0-6 mths; 6-12 mths, 12-18 mths.
Starting Bid:
Donated By

Pillowcase Dress #3

Every girl needs a cute summer dress! This is a handmade dress in size 4T
(Bidder wins dress pictured)

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Donated By

Pillowcase Dress #2

Every girl needs a cute summer dress! This is a handmade dress in size 18 months
(Bidder wins dress pictured)

Starting Bid

Donated By

Pillowcase Dress #1

Every girl needs a cute summer dress! This is a handmade dress in size 2T
(Bidder wins dress pictured)

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Hair Clips

Set of 8 Hair Clips
Perfect for any type of hair!

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"Love Bug" Hair Clip Holder

This Hair Clip Holder is a great accessory to any girls bedroom/bathroom!
4" long, holds about 14 clips or 8 small hair bows.

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