chelsea-story.pngWe all have a story to share …My story is about my daughter, Chelsea, who was born a healthy, beautiful girl. At the age 4-½, she was diagnosed with a rare, incurable, life-threatening disease, called Friedreich’s Ataxia FA). 

Chelsea spent many nights in ICU. During these stays, she would ask me to apply lip gloss.  When I asked her why, she would respond, “When you look good, you feel good.”  

 

Chelsea became blind very early into her diagnosis. She became dependent on her other senses, such as touch. She always enjoyed and loved comfortable, cozy sleepwear. My mission is to provide comfort to women during their precious moments of downtime and relaxation, and to help them look good and feel good. Chelsea would have it no other way.   

 

Every night before bed, I would tell my two daughters, Brianna and Chelsea, to Sleep with the Angels.  It was something my grandma (abuelita) would say to me. I loved the sentiment, so I would say this to my girls and their friends.

Chelsea passed away on January 7, 2013, from Friedreich's Ataxia. She fought a long fight and we, as a family, fought right alongside her. However, our fight is not over. There is still no cure for FA. 

 

For every item purchased, a donation will be made to FARA to continue to find a cure.  (http://www.curefa.org/memorial/chelsea)

 

Before you go to bed tonight, I will tell you to “Sleep with the Angels.”  www.SleepWithTheAngels.com