What Would Your Shirt Say?
Last summer, Ellen Seidman, the blogger behind To The Max, wrote a popular post about shirts that speak louder than words. Frustrated by people staring at her son, who has cerebral palsy, she suggested that message tees (”Staring never helped a child. Just say, ‘Hi.’”) could be a helpful addition to her wardrobe. And she wasn’t the only mom ready to sport a tee with a message about kids with special needs. Her readers quickly weighed in with what they would want their shirt to say. (My favorite: “My kid has more chromosomes than yours does!”)
For an upcoming issue of Parents, we want to know: what would you want your shirt to read?