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Keep Calm Nurse Mom T-Shirt & Hoodies
How to order Keep Calm Nurse Mom
1. Select Keep Calm Nurse Mom style Guys tee, Ladies tee, Hoodie
2. Select your Preferred Size Quantity and Color
3. Click the ADD TO CART or BUY IT NOW button
4. Enter shipping and billing information
5. Done! Simple as that!
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We support shipping Keep Calm Nurse Mom shirt worldwideWe now have New shipping Options! Since we print shirts to order, and want to ensure that you receive the best quality possible, printing times can vary based on the current order volume and the shipping option selected.
Domestic Orders Only (Delivery estimates include print times)
Economy - Delivery: 5-8 Business Days
Premium - Delivery: 5-7 Business Days
Express - Delivery: 3-4 Business Days
Economy: 2-3 business days (print time only) **Final delivery can take 2-6 weeks through your local post. You will receive a shipping confirmation email at the address you provided which will contain a tracking information.
Do you ship internationally and how much will it cost? We ship to most countries throughout the world. The price is calculated based on your exact location and the weight of the package.
We use the UPS Mail Innovations to ship all orders and tracking will be available through them at https://wwwapps.ups.com/WebTracking/track This tracking, however, only follows the package within the United States. After it departs a US Processing Center, it becomes the property of your country’s postal system.
Currently we ship internationally with a rate per item of: $4.99 USD for each tee and $7.50 USD for each hoodie/sweatshirt. For additional product pricing, please contact our customer service department.
Shipping times for international orders vary greatly, but we would recommend that you allow at least 2-4 weeks for standard orders from the time it leaves the US for you to receive it.
**For international deliveries as well, please note that any applicable import taxes or tariffs are the responsibility of the recipient and are not included in the original shipping cost.
There are two dreams I have always had since I was a little girl. The first was the dream of being a mom. That dream started to come true after I married Steve, a Lutheran pastor. The role of mom is now a reality. Steve and I have 2 birth sons, Seth who is 7, and Sam, 6. We are also licensed foster/adopt parents and are in the process of adopting Amber, who is 2.
The fulfillment of my first dream, being a mom, is a blessing and a sacred gift. Two of my children have special needs. Sam was born with a birth defect, tracheal-esophageal fistula, and has asthma. Amber has phenylketonuria (PKU), which requires diet therapy and careful monitoring of food intake. These special needs require medication, organization, and patience.
My second dream was of being a nurse. After graduating from high school, I didn’t pursue nursing because I didn’t think I was strong in math and science. I earned a BA in psychology, married, became a preschool teacher, daycare provider, and a mom. I had the opportunity to return to school when we moved to Huron, SD, two years ago. I decided then to make my wish of becoming a nurse a reality. I entered Huron University as a pre-nursing major and will graduate with an associate degree in nursing next spring.
Pursuing my second dream in nursing school has been an adventure and a wonderful learning experience. The frustrations are many, but so are the rewards. I ended my first year with a 4.0 GPA. I was the 1997 Fuld Fellow for South Dakota and had a wonderful and memorable trip to Vancouver to attend the International Congress of Nurses. I have gained knowledge and personal insight from my nursing education.
It is a challenge to be a nursing student and a mom. Nursing school alone is a formidable task; however, when combined with being a mom it can be overwhelming. There is much that I have learned from experience, most often, the hard way….