• RyanMan

    $10.00

    "RyanMan" named in honor of Ryan LaSource, a precious 3 year old little boy who bravely fought leukemia before gaining his angel wings in June. Ryan's favorite color was blue. For 6 months leading up to his 3rd birthday party he consistently told his parents that he wanted a BLUE party.  This shade of blue is close to the sky- the sky that has looked so much more gorgeous since Ryan went to Heaven.  So this blue is for you our precious Ryan!

    Made in the U.S.A. and free of Toluene, Formaldehyde, DBP, and Camphor. All polishes are .47 fl oz. For external use only.  

    All net proceeds goes to RyanMan Foundation. Therefore, we appreciate your understanding that we are unable to provide refunds or exchanges.  

    Here is more of Ryan's brave journey....

    Ryan LaSource was born December 22, 2012 to first-time parents, Austin and Lauren LaSource.  He was a healthy baby, but at 5 months old he was diagnosed with AML leukemia. For 3 years Ryan battled leukemia with a big smile. He received multiple rounds of chemo while running around the halls of the hospital attached to an IV pole. Between 2 bone marrow transplants and total body irradiation he found a love for his "school" and absolutely loved playing with friends. Ryan learned to "hold on" to God during VBS and continued singing about his God being powerful. As Ryan got older he would thank his nurses after pokes or bandage changes- never holding any of it against them. Ryan's grandparents were a constant in his life and he would regularly ask to "go see my grandparents". Ryan loved his furry brothers, Franco and Tucker. His entire life- Ryan shared blankies, toys, and food with his "bludders".  But Ryan's biggest love was for his parents: his Momma and Dada. Ryan adored his Daddy- he wanted to do everything his Daddy did and was always helping out any chance he saw. Ryan loved to watch his Daddy race triathlons, especially the 140.6 distance Ryanman triathlon that his Daddy did the night before hospital admission for Ryan's first bone marrow transplant.  Ryan loved his Mommy with every part of his soul- he would kiss her and hug her and want to be held by her as much as possible. Ryan listened intently to his Momma and learned so many things from her: to be kind, to be messy, and to be strong willed.  Through all the trials, Ryan kept his faith in God. Ryan said that "God will heal my port when I go to heaven" and "I really don't like my coughs, but God will make them better, it just takes a while." Ryan showed so much strength in what he endured; so much love radiated from Ryan and it will continue to radiate every time his name is spoken or his picture is looked at. On June 3, 2016, Ryan's Mommy and Daddy crawled into his hospital bed with him to hold him as he went to be with Jesus. At 11:39 am est, Ryan left his earthly body and ran straight into Jesus' arms. As Jesus picked him up and hugged him, He whispered: "Well done." Ryan ran to play with friends and glorify his King forever.