Mighty Mighty Onesie
 Incredibly Brave. Awfully Strong. Mighty Mighty. The concept of this design is solely based on describing ANYONE who has fought the good fight, rolled up their sleeves, and faced a challenge. Our mighty friend Taylor Gravengood had the idea for this one and the design concept just rolled right off her tongue. She's currently studying at Mayo Clinic to become an anesthesiologist.  The further we walk down Arlo's medical journey, the more I appreciate Taylor and the work she's putting to become 'that person' that's trusted to take your baby out of your arms and walk them to surgery. We've come to learn how important their role is in brining any person to their goal of healing. Thank you, Tay for your inspiration and constant support!  The Mighty Mighty message hits home to anyone that has a warrior for a child, a fighter, a strong miracle that seems to face more than many adults will know.  This item (and all others) are available with or without g tube access hole and should be worn with pride for ANY child that has faced a challenge in their life. Let these little be an example of how we should take on the world and face difficulties every day in a mighty MIGHTY way. 

Incredibly Brave. Awfully Strong. Mighty Mighty. The concept of this design is solely based on describing ANYONE who has fought the good fight, rolled up their sleeves, and faced a challenge. Our mighty friend Taylor Gravengood had the idea for this one and the design concept just rolled right off her tongue. She's currently studying at Mayo Clinic to become an anesthesiologist.  The further we walk down Arlo's medical journey, the more I appreciate Taylor and the work she's putting to become 'that person' that's trusted to take your baby out of your arms and walk them to surgery. We've come to learn how important their role is in brining any person to their goal of healing. Thank you, Tay for your inspiration and constant support!

The Mighty Mighty message hits home to anyone that has a warrior for a child, a fighter, a strong miracle that seems to face more than many adults will know.

This item (and all others) are available with or without g tube access hole and should be worn with pride for ANY child that has faced a challenge in their life. Let these little be an example of how we should take on the world and face difficulties every day in a mighty MIGHTY way. 

Emily Jasinowski