milligear is taking a short break
Katlyn on Mar 25, 20175 out of 5 stars
Thank you so much! Our daughter had a BMT on V-Day and this is perfect for keeping her lumens out of her diaper area and from touching anything else. This is the only item of it's kind I've found that will ship to me. Will be ordering at least one more. <3
Tonya on Jan 8, 20175 out of 5 stars
Great quality. Fast shipping. Would highly recommend.
Cassandra on Dec 30, 20155 out of 5 stars
These work PERFECTLY for my niece's broviak! She has tubes hanging everywhere and they're held in place keeping her safe!
Ann on Sep 22, 20155 out of 5 stars
I have never had an okay/normal experience with this shop. It has always been phenomenal! Mrs. Gayle has always gone above any beyond every single time!! I wish I could give her shop more than 5 stars!!
Ann on Mar 31, 20155 out of 5 stars
It is exactly what I was looking for! It holds my son's Hickman line in place. He was always pulling it and trying to chew on it and now I am at peace knowing 1) it is secure day and night and 2) he has a super cute accessory to cover his lines! The shop owner was beyond helpful in helping me find the right size. When your baby has cancer having a peace of mind over a huge thing like line care is such a relief! There are few items out there and the other ones I saw were extremely expensive. Having something so purposeful and inexpensive is so amazing! I cannot express my gratitude or my love of this product or the owner enough!!
Tara on Mar 3, 20155 out of 5 stars
Fits perfectly. Great product. My son loves it.
Katie on Feb 14, 20155 out of 5 stars
My daughter loves to wear this. It is super soft and comfortable. Will be ordering more.
Jessica on May 16, 20145 out of 5 stars
So cute and this works great! Received it very quickly and Gayle was wonderful to work with.
From bags to tube tops
Inspired by the fabulous canine muse Milli, Milligear opened up in 2007 as a shop for elegant, simple, functional handmade bags. In 2008, the shop went on a LONG hiatus so Gayle could focus on her growing family and her career.
In 2012, Gayle's nine month old daughter Robin was diagnosed with leukemia. Along with the diagnosis came a new implanted accessory for Robin - the Hickman central venous catheter. Dissatisfied with the lack of affordable options for keeping the dangling tubes out of Robin's hands and away from germs, Gayle spent a lot of time developing a device that would fit the bill.
In March 2013, Robin started long term maintenance chemotherapy. With the intensive treatment over and a tiny bit of free time (when she's not working at her full time hospital programming job or chasing her kids), Gayle was inspired to create "Hickman Hiders" for other young children with special medical attachments.
Owner, Designer, Creator