Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Call for Shops

Having a child with a disability totally changed our lives. Coming home from the NICU with a fragile baby with lots of therapy in the future meant that I could no longer keep my graphic design job in Seattle. It meant becoming a stay at home mom. In the wake, I opened up first my sewing shop on Etsy and later my fabric shop (both on Etsy and now a stand alone shop). I would really love to put together a list of other shops/services of parents (or whomever) of disabled kids. So, if you have one or know of one, please put a link in the comments and I'll get a list put together sort of like my Other Cool Kids blog list.

4 comments:

Katy said...

My shop!

http://www.etsy.com/shop/redbeandream

雅玲 said...

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Janet "Grammy" Harrold said...

I don't have an etsy shop, not quite sure how to do that but I do try and sell some of my small paintings for Haileys Conductive Education fund. (Hailey is my granddaughter who has C.P.) please visit us on my blog "Painting for Hailey" www.janetharrold.blogspot.com
I will add you to my blogroll!

Jeanne said...

I found your blog through Billie's blog (micropreemietwins). I also have a daughter who was a micropreemie and has CP. Her blog is www.natalieehall.blogspot.com
Recently my sisters and I started our own online business selling modern custom family trees. Our website is www.stylemytree.com
We are very excited about our business. I hope to make a little extra money to explore some alternative therapies for Natalie. Thanks!