No time for my typical long explanation but you're indexed, you're just not ranking well yet for your very generic store name.
When you use the link that I shared you’ll see that I used a site: operator to show all pages currently indexed within your root domain.
When you search for “We can get that 2” your asking Google to give you the best search results for that phrase.
Until you develop a strong (really strong given how generic that name is) domain authority you will not out rank the millions of other websites that are indirectly competing for that phrase.
Truthfully it hardly matters though. It’ll come naturally as you build authority and until you build brand awareness no one is going to look for you that way anyway.
If you’re working on SEO then worry more about landing pages that will lead to sales funnels of whatever sort you’ve established or product pages specifically.
Robert gave a good summary. As your brand grows, you will get search volume for that generic name, but I doubt many aware-visitors will, given it is quite generic and long. Regardless, you're better off optimizing for relevant searches that your products answer.
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