On July 13, 2015 our family was blessed with a beautiful boy – 10 fingers, 10 toes. He was perfect! Three days later as Caleb was preparing to leave the hospital and move home to join his big sister, he was admitted to the NICU. The routine infant screening results told a story that rocked our world and changed our lives forever. Caleb was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called Di George Syndrome. The disorder presented countless issues that our family needed to understand and learn how to deal with but the most monumental challenge was that Caleb would need a G-tube for survival. That became a full time job – hooking up and disconnecting the tube every hour, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It was exhausting for us as caretakers, but it took a toll on Caleb as we had to undress him every time, interrupting his much-needed sleep. We desperately sought out a solution that would allow for minimal disruption during the G-tube changing routine. It’s been said you should never wake a sleeping baby, and while that might only partially be true, there must be a rule somewhere that says you shouldn’t wake them every hour. Caleb’s health and growth depended on our finding a way to access the port without undressing him. Caleb is not unique in his G-tube needs. Thousands of infants and toddlers worldwide have similar disorders, leaving caretakers with the same challenges ours has faced. We are pleased to launch C.C. Moo LLC, a stylish and discreet G-tube clothing line. C.C. Moo LLC is focused on providing ease and convenience to all families with infants and toddlers who desire a unique way to minimize the hassle of G-tube feedings. “Stylish and discreet G-tube clothing…changing the quality of children’s lives one zip at a time”
Eileen & Anna
Eileen Weum is a married mother of four and a grandmother to three young grandchildren. She loves the outdoors and spends countless hours camping, hiking and exploring the nooks and crannies of her home state of Wisconsin. Eileen is a self proclaimed DYI’er and sewer and has created many beautiful pieces that she displays in her home or shares with family and friends. Eileen has owned and operated a family daycare for more than 18 years.
Anna Olson is a mom of two energetic children. She and her husband, Luke, raise their family in Southern Wisconsin. Anna enjoys camping with friends and family, playing with her kids, and going for walks when the weather is nice. Anna is a natural giver and finds great joy in helping others – and even with the craziness that comes with having almost 2- and 5-year olds, she makes time to provide for others. Since the birth of her son, Caleb, Anna has remained a full-time stay-at-home caretaker for her children.