"Our mission is to empower these kids to feel as extraordinary as we see they are," Rosenberger told the Seattle Times.
"I want the world to know we think of kids with illness as different. Truth is, they are extraordinary because they overcome things we can’t imagine and they do it with a smile," Rosenberger told ABC News. "These capes are more than fabric. A cape is a visible sign of strength that everyone can recognize. It lets kids and their family know how extraordinary they really are. Almost every kid who puts the cape on sticks their arms out and starts running!"
Last summer, Rosenberger made her 2-year-old nephew a cape for his birthday. Not long after, she read about a young girl named Brenna battling a rare congenital skin disease.
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