Thursday, September 11, 2008

The girls made it into the "From China with Love calendar" 2009

I do not know what month they will be on yet. I've preordered the calendars and I think they'll arrive towards the end of the month.
I submitted a Portrait Innovations picture from last year with both girls in a white and green dress. I've been getting this calendar every year, I keep it a work. It's really pretty. I remember looking at these little faces when we were waiting and now my own little ones will be in there!

This is the e-mail I got last week

Dear Parent(s):

Congratulations! Your child’s picture has been accepted for inclusion in the 2009 “From China with Love” calendar produced by FCC-Indiana.

What a joy it was to see so many beautiful, smiling faces. We want to extend our sincere appreciation to you for taking the time to prepare a submittal.

We are pleased to announce that the proceeds from last year's sales were donated to help US based, non profit organizations that have established authorized charitable initiatives in Chinese Children's Welfare Institutions. This calendar is truly a labor of love with volunteer parents donating countless hours producing the calendar.

There will be 4000 calendars printed this year, so be sure to purchase yours early while they are still available. As in the past, the calendar will be available through the following websites:

Asia for Kids –
Celebrate Adoption –
China Sprout –
Culture for Kids -

Our hope is to feature as many different children as possible throughout the years, so please help us spread the word to other China adoption groups you may have contact with. We are so thankful that we have this opportunity to share with the world what a blessing we have in these precious children.

Thank you for your support and we hope to see a photo entry from you next year.
Please visit to print an entry form.

If you have questions please feel free to contact the calendar committee at .


FCC-Indiana Calendar Committee


Beverly said...

why Indiana? and post the pic you submitted, or did you do that already?

Couchkat said...

FCC Indiana is just the one that publishes the calendar. The children featured in the calendar are from every state. I'll look for the pic.