Sacramento mompreneur opens up a specialty boutique that specializes in fashionable bodysuits for baby boys
Moms from all over the world have discovered a lack of boutique shops for boys or in other words a boytique. Boutiques that specialize in cute and fashionable clothing for infants and baby boys are just hard to find. I was one of those moms who went through this same dilemma. After the birth of my daughter in 2005 finding and shopping for adorable clothes was a breeze and I wish I could tell you that I had the same experience when shopping for my son. Our next guest chose to do something about this epic problem. Continue reading to meet her and learn about the adorable products she offers at Noah’s Boytique.
Welcome to Mompreneur Media, Lindsay! Tell us a little about yourself:
What inspired you to start Noah’s Boutique?
Well, I was working a very high pressure job and ending up getting pregnant in 2011. We found out we were having a little girl and were ecstatic and I was making arrangements to be able to telecommute and work from home. 6 months into the pregnancy we found out that our little girl had Trisomy 18. Trisomy 18 is a chromosomal abnormality which is pretty much a non-compatible with life diagnosis. I was devastated and felt like my world was going to end. We ended up having our little girl Ava on March 11, 2011 born to Heaven. When I got pregnant with Noah my perspective on life had changed and being a Mom seemed so much more significant than it had before. I wanted to be able to be home with my son and cherish every little moment with him. I also knew I needed to do some kind of work so I decided to build a website and put on some of the little outfits I had been making for Noah to see if I could market the site and get some exposure and sell some. Well, it ended up getting crazy busy and before I knew it, I had a new baby and a new business.
When designing for Noah’s Boytique, where do you turn to for inspiration?
Does Noah’s Boytique offer wholesale?
Running a business while taking care of your family is hard work. Any tips that have made it a bit easier for you?
At the end of a long hard work week what do you enjoy doing to take time for yourself?
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