Proud Autism Dad is proud to announce the release of our newest puzzle themed t-shirt. We thank all of our supporters for their support and we hope you enjoy these little puzzles with us during the month of November. A unique badge of pride for Proud Autism Dad, a book and activity that has much to do with autism. The 4-color design is customized with the badge logo and includes a social media link.
The idea is this puzzle shirt for your autistic son. The picture on the back of the shirt will be a full page, one page spread. It has all the important info in it. This is a pattern of 50 squares. The squares are made from blocks that are cut into 4 different shapes. A set number of blocks make up the puzzle.
Proud Autism Dad Autism Awareness Month Puzzle Shirt and ladies teeI want my son to be proud of his autism! I love this shirt because it has a little more information on the back. It’s a big sweatshirt with fastening straps, and even when tightened up we can see through it. Awesome for me as I have lots of problems with long sleeves being uncomfortable to wear. Proud Autism Dad Autism Awareness Month Puzzle Shirt is a quality puzzle made from super-soft 100% natural cotton fabric. This nature inspired shirt features the picture of an adorable and excited autistic man, who has his hands full with puzzles! This shirt is perfect for boys, girls or anyone with autism or children’s toys. The shirt also comes with laser cut tissue paper to make it even more cute and funny! You can choose what you want printed on this piece – simple or personal.
You’re proud to say that your very own Proud Autism Dad is wearing a sweater in this awesome puzzle shirt. This puzzle shirt was inspired by an item of clothing my daughter, Lauren, has on sale at Kohl’s. “Pretty great for the month of February, by Violet. Funny little puzzle pieces are all that’s needed to keep you and your child occupied this month. It’s a must have for any parent who loves puzzles.
Proud Autism Dad Autism Awareness Month Puzzle Shirt, hoodie, sweater and long sleeve
My name is Joscoe and I am proud to be an Autism Dad. My wife got me a quote from the National Autistic Society, who says that it made me more confident and empathetic, but still very supportive of my autistic son. Itâ€™s funny because I didnâ€™t know what autism was at all before meeting my wife so this may have been one of the first things we did together. So proud of my son working hard at school. I have a job to take care of the day-to-day needs and he is only 2 years old. Proud Autism Dad has come up with a way to make sure that we will remember this day until our children grow up and they can be proud of who they are.