About Lil' LJ by Loree (creator of Lil' LJ)- "Lil' LJ was inspired by my own family's personal struggle with infertility. Long before our lil’ ones came our way, my husband nicknamed our future lil’ one Little Loree Junior (Lil' LJ). We want the world to know that these lil’ ones were definitely "Worth the Wait" and are "Answered Prayers". As a designer, I can't help but want to get these messages across with the style that our precious lil' ones deserve! The whole idea got started by me designing a few cute shirts for friends and family. I then realized there was a want and a need (and my own desire) to design baby clothes so proud new parents could let everyone know that their child was “the Product of Hope and a Prayer” or a “Miracle”. After seeing the interest these items generated for others going through my same struggle, I felt inspired to keep it going. My designs branched out into the Lil' Series that features adorable nicknames that you might call your lil' one. Now with these two lil’ girls in our lives, expect many new adorable designs targeted towards multiples. My goal is to spread awareness while creating positive messages in a cute and trendy way. I truly enjoy creating each and every design and find inspiration all around me - the possibilities are endless… so please keep checking the site for my latest creations!"This is one of my favoritesThe apparel on this site is SO cute, they have personalizing available for most of their items. Not to mention you have the option of purchasing 100% cotton or 100% organic cotton. The item that really caught my eye and made me run to get my credit card was this "Chunky Monkey" tee! It was SO perfect, since as many of you know, that is one of the nicknames I have for my Nate! So of course I had to buy it. I can't wait to see it on him!!
Sunday, April 18, 2010
I recently came across this adorable online baby apparel shop, called Lil' LJ. I was really touched by how this online shop came about. A couple struggling with infertility, getting their prayers answered and wanting to spread a message.