Lil’ Victors for Kids who Patch

2 kids with patches

Having a new baby is challenging enough; add in an eye patch for medical reasons, and you can have more than you bargained for. People may want to ask but don’t dare. This website, called Lil’ Victors, has a number of items, including tee shirts and bags, that address the issue of patches in a gently humorous way. Part of the author’s goal is to raise awareness of glaucoma, cataracts and PHPV.

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