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Special Exposure Wednesday – Jordan's newest shirt

dudearmI had enough people ask… here it is: Jordan’s newest Dude. Where’s my arm? shirt. I love it. It’s the third size I’ve bought because I love it so much.

If you want to get one… You can find it at this Cafe Press website! Have fun and check out the Sammy’s Friends shirt site while you’re at it!

5 Minutes for Special Needs

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  1. Barbara on February 18, 2009 at 3:44 pm

    Humor is the best medicine. Shows such self-confidence. Such Mom confidence. Kuddos!

    She’s a doll. Barbara

  2. Elisa on February 21, 2009 at 12:35 pm

    Hi! I love the T-shirt. I just found your blog. My 4 month old daughter, Isabella, has the same limb difference as your daughter. Yours is the first blog I’ve read of this kind. So glad to have found it! If you want to visit my blog, please feel free. My other daughter, Ariana, also has special needs (cerebral palsy).
    Elisa

    • NerdyMom on February 22, 2009 at 8:33 pm

      It’s wonderful to meet you. Congrats on your little one. I’m sure you understand the challenges… but amazing blessings we have with children who have differences.

  3. Jen Gray on March 20, 2009 at 2:25 pm

    Oh I LOOOOOVE this shirt! It’s so cute! That totally cracks me up and really speaks to the social issue of people asking and staring. 🙂 I remember taking my Jordan out before her cleft lip repair and literally people would stare so hard they’d crash their shopping carts into displays. Too bad I didn’t have a shirt that said something so appropriate like this one. 🙂 I just love the way you embrace every perfect part of your daughter. Our mindset is really similar so I can appreciate you immensly. 🙂

    • NerdyMom on March 20, 2009 at 4:57 pm

      I don’t leave enough comments on your blog. Your Jordan is amazing and so are you. I really believe that a sense of humor can carry us very far as long as we love our kids and make sure they know they are incredible, able people.

  4. […] and when I feel down, I seek out opportunities to smile. That’s why Jordan has owned a “Dude, Where’s my arm?” shirt since she was two years […]

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