Speak Clothing.We tend to see certain ironic baby tees over and over, with the same cheeky quips (cranky baby! chick magnet!) repackaged with different graphics. So I had to stop and give pause when I came across the 100% organic cotton shirts created by mom Liz Murphy of
After discovering the grace and expressiveness of sign language as a means to communicate with her own hearing-impaired son, Liz started her company as a way to inspire others to learn the language, creating tees that feature family-friendly words and their corresponding signs.
A portion of all the proceeds help support programs that benefit children who are deaf or hard of hearing. If that’s not a sign that you need one, I’m not sure what is. -Kristen