Monday, September 25, 2017

20+ Shops Run by Special Needs & Spoonie Moms

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Parents who have chronic illnesses and/or children with special needs often have a hard time working a traditional job.  Between therapies, doctor appointments, and low spoon days, a job with flexible hours can make the difference between being able to keep a job or not.  One of the best ways to do that is to be self-employed.

20+ Shops Run by Special Needs & Spoonie Moms

Many special needs/spoonie moms end up starting their own shops online which gives them the flexibility to take care of their kids and themselves.  Want to help support them?  Check out the list I compiled of shops run by special needs/spoonie moms below and do a little shopping.  Christmas will be here before you know it!  

1. Pretty Princess Bowtique
Fun shirts for all ages and even includes a collection of CHD awareness products.

2. Air Beans Bowtique
Perfectly simple hairbows that go with every outfit.  The football ones are to die for! 

Unique hair accessories.  Check out the Down Syndrome Awareness collection.

4. Murphy's Marks Designs
Shirts for all ages.  I'm loving this caramel apple cutie shirt!  

5. Carol and Grace
Beautiful bath bombs.  I'm loving the Beauty and Beast themed one!

Handmade clothes for kiddos with unique fabrics and prints.  Check out the Autism Awareness collection.

7. Elvensies Clothing
Handmade clothes for babies.  This baby hoodie is my favorite! 

8. Camie's Creative Design
Photo prop frames and decorated wooden signs.  I love this floral photo prop frame!

9. Eddy and Scout
Handmade children's clothing.  These jeans with reinforced knees are such a great idea!

10. The Baby Bird Boutique
Clothes for kids.  How cute is this Baby Bird tee?

11. You, Me, and Three
Handmade kids clothes.  I absolutely adore this Rainbow Fish twirly dress!

12. Little Blessing Co
Shirts for moms and kids.  The special needs shirt is really cute. 

Clothes for boys.  Check out the Autism Awareness shirt.

14. Puzzling Homemade
Tutus, bottlecap images, digital designs.  This printable is super cute.

15. Rae of Sunshine Goods
Aprons, headbands, sewn home decor, and more.  These heart shaped G Tube pads are really unique.

16. Sew Mia Studio
Clothes and accessories for kids and adults.  There's even a collection of weighted vests.

17. Rusty's Boutique
Shirts and accessories for kids and adults.  This plaid infinity scarf would be a great addition to a fall outfit.

18. Mugs and More Gifts
Mugs, coasters, pillow cases and more.  This mug made me chuckle. 

19. Destination Adorable
Hair accessories for little girls and DIY supplies.  I love this headband, probably because it has my wedding colors.  

20. Blue World Treasures
Beautiful jewelry.  These tiny mountain earrings are just too cute.

And last, but not least, don't forget to check out the Sunshine and Spoons shop!  You can find shirts in many different styles and sizes along with mugs in the shop.  Many of the designs focus on special needs and chronic illnesses, such as my Tubie collection.

20+ shops run by special needs & spoonie moms
Do you know of a shop run by a mom who either has a chronic condition or has kids with special needs?  Please share it in the comment section!

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