Letter From Our Founders

Letter From Our Founders

Posted by Spoonie Threads Staff on

Letter From Our Founders:

Here at Spoonie Threads, we're on a journey of growth and discovery! We are small but our ongoing expansion will allow us to continue to make adaptive clothing for this underserved community including preemies, g-tube babies, heart warriors, ostomy kids and many others.   

Our latest release features a brand-new line of adaptive baby bodysuits with some innovative firsts like the Tummy Zip Bodysuit. We work hard to design a great product, find superior manufacturers and deliver our best to you. We strive to make the quality of our products hold up to many washes because we understand life can get messy. As part of our commitment to supporting parents and caregivers of children with disabilities and chronic illnesses, we've reevaluated our pricing knowing the financial strain of medically complex children on a family.  

In return, we're reaching out to our community for support. By choosing to shop from small businesses like ours, you're directly contributing to our ability to continue to create products that cater to those with unique medical needs. Help spread the word about Spoonie Threads to your network, including nurses and doctors who may encounter families in need of our products. Leaving reviews on our various platforms, from our website to Amazon and beyond, would be immensely appreciated! Your assistance means the world to us as we strive to make a difference in the lives of those we serve.  

With much love,  

Saba Kamaras & Dr. Julie Sanchez 

Co-founders, Spoonie Threads 

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