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#KadynsBigAdventure ...The Quilt Life!

The Inspiration for this Update

The quilt [watch the video], was made especially for Kadyn, is not only comfortable to him it also “nurtures creativity” and helps him to “quiet his busy mind".  Project SMILE embraces quilters they all love to create beautiful things to nurture their own creativity and the creativity of those they gift their quilts to with love.  And Project SMILE also believes that the gift of a quilt really is the best remedy to quiet a busy mind.  We’re grateful for all of the years ahead Kadyn is able to quietly enjoy the love poured into his quilt and be inspired and relaxed from the cares of life.

Shout out! to Mr. P and the Purple Family. ~Kadyn C.

Family Relationships | The Importance of The Village

Why The Village Is Special and Its Roles in Our Lives

Question:  Where did the phrase it takes a village to raise a child come from?
Answer: It is said that this phrase is attributed to an Igbo and Yoruba proverb "It takes a village to raise a child". The origin of the popular saying is a mystery. Some people believe the saying originated in an ancient African proverb; others believe it came from a Native American Tribe.

Question: What does the phrase it takes a village to raise a child mean?
Answer: “It takes a village to raise a child is a proverb which means that it takes an entire community of different people interacting with children in order for children to experience and grow in a safe environment.

Question: WHO said it takes a village to raise a kid?
Answer: That wasn't the only purportedly African proverb uttered at the DNC. #HillaryClinton referred to her 1996 book It Takes a Village, whose title is said to be part of another saying from Africa: "It takes a village to raise a child."

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