Create a spa experience at home with this hand-knit super-plush wash cloth. Each one is made by hand, just for you.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Babies love our wash cloths at bath time too. Soft enough for their delicate skin. 😊👼🏼👼🏾🛀🏾. Perfect paired with our Gentle baby soap or Bath Wash & Bubble Bath.
Machine washable, each super-plush wash cloth feel like a squishy cloud.
Love these sweet letter charms for your minis 👧🏻👧🏼👧🏽👧🏾 Personalized for that extra #wowfactor ! Can you think of any little girls on your list that would love one?!? It’s so wonderful to teach them about #givingback at a young age❤️❤️❤️ #personalizedgifts#gottahaveJOM#stackthatgivesback ・・・
Join us and @maggiemaeboutique for a Sip & Shop this Thursday 5-7pm. 10% of all sales will be donated to @chasinadreamfoundation 💛
〄 My main squeeze @dbstanczyk in his element, sporting the kicks I’m slightly jealous of... @adidasoriginals #ftw
〄 We’re missing the colors that come with summer blooms and fall leaves, but we’re making up for their passing with plenty of Christmas lights this week! #myman#adidas#gq
Our small word necklaces make great stocking stuffers or teacher gifts.
They are so unique.🎁 🎁🎁
You choose your word and we make it for you. It comes on a 24” ball chain with a bead. $10 plus shipping....... find the link to order in my profile
12 weeks ago, at 41 weeks pregnant, my baby turned breached at the last minute, setting off a series of challenging events including a 2-week hospital stay, a multi-day labor and an epic, exhausting, and empowering beginning to motherhood.
The last few months have been the most full, sleep-deprived, joyful, physically challenging, humbling, love-filled and identity shifting that I’ve ever had. My expectation of what I would be capable of and when I’d be “adjusted” after having a baby were far from how reality has played out.
As a solopreneur, having a baby didn’t include paid maternity, or a team of others to keep things afloat while I was home recovering, yet, I made the decision to fully put work aside for three months...something I realize many self-employed women don’t have the option to do.
This week, would traditional be when maternity leave would end for a US employee, and therefore when I planned/expected to be jumping back into my business. Truth is 12 weeks just isn’t enough time - women need longer to recover physically and mentally, our babies need us longer.
So, since I’m my own boss, and I believe families/women deserve better, I’ve decided to let myself take additional time to heal, adjust, bond, and live into my new identity as a mother. I’ll be back creating in some capacity in the months ahead, but for now I’m focusing on the hardest job I’ve ever had...being a mom.