Tiny Revolutionary's Chosen child adoption tee

11/05/2007 at 02:03 PM ET

November is National Adoption Month, but as an adoptive parent and adoption advocate I am proud of my chosen child every day of every month and every year. I just wish that I’d had this adorable "Chosen" tee from Tiny Revolutionary to put my daughter in when she was littler (we’re waiting for the big girl sizes to come out)!

Being chosen is an honor unique to adopted children and with all the negative messages about adoption, it’s so nice to see a positive affirmation just for kids like my daughter.

Angelina Jolie has these tees for Maddox, Zahara and Pax. Sheryl Crow has one for baby Wyatt Steven, and Mary Louise Parker has just received this tee for baby Ash Parker

Tiny Revolutionary tees are printed on some of the softest most buttery tees out there. I reviewed the line in August for CBB reviews and the tees I wrote about are still amongst my son’s favorites. He wants to wear them everyday. Check out all the adorable, progressive and positive designs on the Tiny Revolutionary site

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Monika K on

As a first time adoptive parent of a 5 month old girl, I love this concept of “chosen tees” but I wish they were a little less pricey. $25 per tee seems a bit high to me especially when little ones outgrow these so fast.

Jessica Derschowitz on

Just a hint…its Sheryl Crow, not Cheryl 🙂

HardCandy on

I like the concept of the tees to show adopted kids they are special, but to me by giving the adopted child in a mixed family a shirt with “The Chosen One” on it would make the biological child feel like an accident, especially since most pregnancies aren’t planned.

Ciaran’s note: I have both adopted and bio kids and each is aware of the special way they came into our family. Each of my kids have a unique story, but not one
that makes them better than their siblings. Being chosen is something our adopted daughter can be proud of. Her sister is proud of growing in my tummy. My adopted daughter has a foreign passport in her baby album. My bio
daughter has an ultrasound print out. We discuss the differences and the similarities and try to highlight the positive aspects of each unique experience. Naturally, they both feel some degree of loss and jealousy about their
differences past and present, which is normal for any siblings. But there is no question in their minds that they are all very much wanted and very much loved and very much siblings!

mdterp on

Thanks for posting this! These shirts are awesome. I will definitely be ordering these for our 2 babies that we are in the process of adopting from China and Vietnam!