Meet Layla

She Was Born Different 

Layla was born with Biplegic Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy. She never met the “normal” growth curves at her appointments. Her doctors said she would create her own curve. We decided that being unique and custom was special. At Layla’s Curve, we are beyond blessed to be able to support children in need across the country. We have been working relentlessly to be heard, make a difference, and strive for equality. Let’s work #Gloveson! Together we will make a difference.

How We Give Back

We are beyond blessed to be able to support children in need through our empowerment T-shirts. Spreading awareness is so important in crucial times.

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My Mathematical Mind

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