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After being blessed with 4 birth children, my husband and I started foster parenting newborns. Over the years the majority of our foster children were African American or Hispanic. So when we decided that we wanted to enlarge our family through adoption it just made sense to adopt an African American or Hispanic child. However, it was not as easy as we had hoped. At the time agencies would let us foster minority children indefinitely but they would not let us adopt and offer a child a permanent home. It took us almost 5 years to find an agency that would allow us to adopt transracially. In the meantime we moved to a larger home and were blessed with two more birth children. Once we finished adopting our first child, an African American son, we were told we were now considered a "multicultural" family. We were also told that we would not have any problems trying to adopt again in the future, and they were correct. Over the next ten…

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  • Joined January 14, 2009

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After being blessed with 4 birth children, my husband and I started foster parenting newborns. Over the years the majority of our foster children were African American or Hispanic. So when we decided that we wanted to enlarge our family through adoption it just made sense to adopt an African American or Hispanic child. However, it was not as easy as we had hoped. At the time agencies would let us foster minority children indefinitely but they would not let us adopt and offer a child a permanent home. It took us almost 5 years to find an agency that would allow us to adopt transracially. In the meantime we moved to a larger home and were blessed with two more birth children. Once we finished adopting our first child, an African American son, we were told we were now considered a "multicultural" family. We were also told that we would not have any problems trying to adopt again in the future, and they were correct. Over the next ten years we were blessed to adopt 9 more children. We have a wonderfully diverse, multicultural family. We are blessed to have children who are Caucasian, African American, Guatemalan and Vietnamese ... and they are beautiful individuals inside and out.

When we searched to find items (clothing, books, toys, etc) that represented our diverse family, we found that there was a huge void in multicultural products. We were able to find a few books and even a few toys, but we could not find any clothing with designs featuring minority or multicultural children on them. We decided that if we wanted to have products that matched our diverse family we were going to have to make them ourselves... and soon our company was born.


Please check our measurements if you have questions on the size.
SHORT SLEEVE T-shirt Measurements
Measurements may vary slightly from one shirt to the next

Infant Sizes........ WIDTH ......... LENGTH
6 MOS.............. 9.75 .......... 12.5
12 MOS............. 10.25 .......... 13
18 MOS............. 10.75 .......... 13.5

YOUTH SIZE........ WIDTH ......... LENGTH
24 mos/2T ........ 12 ............ 14
3T ............... 13 ............ 15
4T ............... 14 ............ 16
5/6 .............. 15 ............ 18.5
6/8 .............. 15.5 ........... 20.5
10/12 ............ 17 ............ 23
14/16 ............ 18 ............ 25

Adult Sizes........ WIDTH ......... LENGTH
Small ............ 18 ............. 28
Medium ........... 20 ............. 29
Large ............ 22 ............. 30
X-Large .......... 24 ............. 31
2XL .............. 26 ............. 31.5

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