Can I get a "holler" please?

We three are living large. Highschool sweethearts. Married in the Newport Beach LDS Temple. Two kids. Taking life a day at a time!

Monday, March 8, 2010

Hooray for Heather and I!

First of all, BIG CONGRATS to my little sister and her family
They are happily SEALED for all time and eternity!
Beautiful temple visits all weekend long
and a lovely baby blessing for little Ethan.
Thanks for letting us be a part of the joy and love!
(Pictures to come in the NEXT post!)

In other news...

DUN DUN DUN!!!!


Heather and I are gonna start a sweet little side business!


We'll start small:
Bows, Headbands, Hair accessories








Hooter Hiders



Carseat Covers



Bib/Burp rag combos





Clever onesies/maternity tops








Then maybe get a little more brave:

Garment bags



Diaper bags





Baby Slings




And if we become REALLY crafty and BRAVE:




Crib bedding!
There is SUCH a shortage of affordable, BEAUTIFUL, modern crib bedding, and all things "baby" out there. Lets see if we can get this going! Wish us luck!
Also, if any of you have any pointers, or would like to join us in this adventure, let us know!
But of course, only if you're serious, please. :)

(Shelley, is this post okay with you? :P )

5 comments:

The.Marcellus.Family said...

Me, Katie, and her sister in law are starting to make bows too. How cool are we! But that is where I spot haha. I have a sewing machine but i don't think I could do crib bedding. I will make a few bows and if you likey them I will send Kenzi some:)

Michael and Shelley said...

:-) Bravo!! Haha! That's so great that Heather and her husband and baby were sealed! And what a great idea to start your own little business! You both are mommies and know a lot about what is needed and such, plus it will bring in some extra cash, which is always nice!

Kelly and Nate Wright said...

Okay you gotta let me know when you start selling them! I really want another hooter hider and I just might have to get one from you if I don't end up making my own.

Megan said...

Good for you! If I had the resources right now to open a business like that I would (and If I didn't live in Utah because everyone here does this), because I love, love, love making things! I can't wait to see what you girls come up with.

Jessica said...

That's exciting! Etsy.com is a great place to reach a lot of people. I am obsessed with it.