Owie is my Homie
Owie is my Homie
Here is another fun way to support Owen! You can wear these comfy shirts around on MPS awareness day (May 15th), his birthday (June 18th), or just whenever you feel like it throughout the year to help us spread awareness of Sanfilippo Syndrome! This shirt is available in a neutral color as well as purple to symbolize his awareness color. The first order is a smaller one to snag up, but after that we will be restocking as much as we can and as needed! Kid sizes are not in yet, but will be available very soon. These will be so much fun for the kids to wear and I know it will be so exciting for him to see his friends wearing them at school!
Kids tees are available now in purple!
As of right now the stock of size M is sold out. For photo reference, Braeden is wearing a Youth XL and Paisley is wearing a Youth L (she normally wears a M so it is bigger but could be worn with leggings and can grow into. I would say they run just a tad bigger than most comparable sizes.
I had so much fun making these and know that some of his friends and family will love them too! Thank you to you all each and every day for all of your support! xx
In our home, we’ve learned that life is short. Perspective is absolutely everything and that the truest of strength you have will come when you fail, fall and make mistakes. Taking ‘one day at a time’ has been our motto and encouraging others to find their purpose through the pain, no matter what it is you’ve been through or are currently going through. You are not defined by your past, you are not defined by your mistakes, you are not defined by your failures, not even through your words that you may have said or what others will think. What defines you as a person is something you may not have even found yet. And that’s okay. But once you find your purpose in the journey, you’ll have it all. You’ll become who you were created on this earth to be and you’ll be able to help so many others in theirs. Thank you so much for being here with us in our story. Welcome into our home, ‘the house on College Avenue.’