Our journey began like many others. Boy and girl meet, fall in love, wedding bells, and then I was eating for two…no, three! We were over-the-moon with happiness as we were expecting twin boys! At 25 weeks, everything changed when my water broke unexpectedly. Our twin boys, Ford and Wyatt, were born close to a trimester early. Read our story
Our mission is simple. We create products to encourage mothers and represent them (along with their little ones) because we are Raising Tomorrow.
Our focus begins with a responsible approach and we only source materials of the highest quality available because we want you to adore every Ford and Wyatt product you wear.
Even when your shirt has stains or holes a decade later, that you will look back and realize everything you’ve experienced and how far you’ve come. Our hope is that each item becomes part of your memories, your journey as a mother.
We are so happy our paths crossed! Our hope is to make the journey alongside you, to provide solidarity when you can’t fight another moment, but you do anyway. We so look forward to seeing your posts about our products, the memories behind them, and our shared mission: motherhood. Thank you for allowing us to accompany you on this most sacred of journeys.
According to the CDC, 1 in 10 babies were born prematurely in the US in 2017. While watching Ford and Wyatt fight to survive, we were fighting right along with them. One day, I found the onesies our boys wore in the hospital. This was their NICU uniform – this was their fight shirt. We wanted to do something to help parents through this difficult time.
We donate ‘Tiny Fighter’ onesies to the local NICUs as well as ‘This Is My Fight Shirt’ tees to children fighting cancer, spinal muscular atrophy, and other conditions. In 2019, we will be dispersing ‘You’ve Got This’ packages for mothers in local antepartum units.
If you would like to learn more about donating to an individual or hospital, please contact us at email@example.com
We make all of our products in the USA not only to keep the art and design tradition alive at home, but to ensure that everyone who has a part in our intensive creation process receives fair wages to produce at the quality we accept.