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FIGHT SIZE

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Inspired by my preemie and his strength to never give up.
Professionally printed on a super soft white t-shirt with black ink.
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In January 2015, I gave birth to my own preemie at just 34 weeks. Having a preemie, who stayed in the NICU for over a week after birth, was full of emotional ups and downs. The first year was extremely tough for our family, but my baby never stopped fighting. Many people are familiar with the term 'bite size' for tiny babes, but for preemie babies, we felt 'FIGHT SIZE' was more appropriate. These little fighters aren't always given the strongest start when they enter the world, but it doesn't mean they stop fighting.

A portion of the proceeds from this design will be donated to March of Dimes Prematurity Campaign. I’m also really excited to donate a bunch of these bodysuits in newborn size to the NICU where my son spent the first 8 days of his life. If you know a fighter, then possibly this message I’ve created through this product will speak to you as well.
These tees are printed on a white soft t shirt, please see size chart for measurements.

You can read more on premature birth below from the March of Dimes website, as this initiative is something I am very passionate about. I appreciate all of your support, and if you know a fighter, then this one piece is for you.

"Every year, about 450,000 babies are born too soon in the United States. After rising by 36 percent over 25 years (1981-2006), our country's preterm birth rate has declined by 11 percent over the last 7 years. However, the U.S. preterm birth rate remains too high at 11.4 percent, which is higher than that of most developed nations.
Premature birth costs society more than $26 billion a year and takes a high toll on families. Babies born just a few weeks early are at risk of severe health problems and lifelong disabilities. Premature birth is the number 1 killer of newborns.
In 2003, the March of Dimes launched the Prematurity Campaign to address the crisis and help families have full-term, healthy babies. We’re funding lifesaving research and speaking out for legislation that improves care for moms and babies. Worldwide, 15 million babies are born prematurely each year. In 2008, the campaign was expanded globally.
Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait® is a comprehensive initiative by the March of Dimes to prevent preventable preterm birth, with a focus on reducing elective deliveries before 39 weeks gestation. Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait involves an education and awareness campaign, hospital quality improvement and community intervention programs. These strategies are focused on interventions and activities that have the potential to make an immediate, substantial and measurable impact on preterm birth."
Printed on traditional fine jersey 100% combed ring spun cotton shirt. Size up if you are in between or wanting your little one to wear for a longer amount of time. *SEE SIZE CHART FOR MEASUREMENTS LISTED IN PHOTOS!*

Colors may appear darker or lighter on your computer screen depending upon your computer settings. Graphic size & colors will vary according to size of shirt, variations may vary slightly from the pictures. Since each image is handmade, the exact position and placement may vary slightly. As with all cotton shirts, some shrinkage after washing should be expected.

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