{mommy mondays} & rockstar mom of the month // A Girl and Her Bowtique // GIVEAWAY



A big thank you to all of my faithful readers.  I have not forgotten you as I've gotten settled in to a new time zone and house.  Currently living with the inlaws while we close on our house and I could not be any happier.

I'd love for you all to be as excited as I am so I've partnered with A Girl and Her Bowtique for a GIVEAWAY.  Jen just launched her beautiful little shop on Etsy and I couldn't be more thrilled for her.  Little girl whimsical for fashionable playdates or just pretend around the house.  Jen carries a full line of hair accessories, tutus and has even started home decor.




A note from Jen.
Everything made at A Girl and Her Bowtique are inspirations from everyday life with our 13 month old daughter.  We are currently selling a variety of handmade headbands, tutus, and personalized wooden baby and wedding blocks.  


I am very fortunate to be a stay at home mom and wife to our amazing daughter and my loving husband.  I have always loved dabbling in little arts and crafts here and there.  When our daughter was first born, I made a few headbands for her, and had instant positive feedback.  I thought about it for a while, and tried to figure out how I was going to balance raising our daughter, house cleaning, errands, make time for my husband, having some mommy me time, AND after all that start a small business Etsy shop.  Everyone tells you that being a stay at home mom is a real job; I’m living it and yes it is.  How do I do it all?  Time management and lots of calendar alerts in my iPhone to say the least!



I have made a promise to myself that A Girl and Her Bowtique will be fun!  It will be a “job”, a hobby, something I enjoy, and something that I should never feel overwhelmed or annoyed to own and operate.  I also promised myself that this shop will never take me away from time I spend with my daughter.  If that means, staying up late to fulfill an order or making a tutu for a client during my daughter’s naptime, I will do it.  So far my balancing act is working out great!




I would love to take all the credit for A Girl and Her Bowtique, but it wouldn’t be fair if I didn’t recognize that my husband is the muscle behind the personalized wooden blocks.    


The most fun and exciting thing about A Girl and Her Bowtique is that it will evolve just as our daughter grows.  I hope you love our little Etsy shop as much as I do!  And if you have any comments, questions, or suggestions about our merchandise, please ask!


--------- GIVEAWAY includes 3 Winners.  1 Winner will win a headband, 1 will win a set of blocks and 1 will win a tutu.  All orders will be customizable.  Please enter below.  Winners will be drawn at the end of the week.   Enter and Share! 



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sixteen sunbuckles: {mommy mondays} & rockstar mom of the month // A Girl and Her Bowtique // GIVEAWAY

Sunday, October 6, 2013

{mommy mondays} & rockstar mom of the month // A Girl and Her Bowtique // GIVEAWAY



A big thank you to all of my faithful readers.  I have not forgotten you as I've gotten settled in to a new time zone and house.  Currently living with the inlaws while we close on our house and I could not be any happier.

I'd love for you all to be as excited as I am so I've partnered with A Girl and Her Bowtique for a GIVEAWAY.  Jen just launched her beautiful little shop on Etsy and I couldn't be more thrilled for her.  Little girl whimsical for fashionable playdates or just pretend around the house.  Jen carries a full line of hair accessories, tutus and has even started home decor.




A note from Jen.
Everything made at A Girl and Her Bowtique are inspirations from everyday life with our 13 month old daughter.  We are currently selling a variety of handmade headbands, tutus, and personalized wooden baby and wedding blocks.  


I am very fortunate to be a stay at home mom and wife to our amazing daughter and my loving husband.  I have always loved dabbling in little arts and crafts here and there.  When our daughter was first born, I made a few headbands for her, and had instant positive feedback.  I thought about it for a while, and tried to figure out how I was going to balance raising our daughter, house cleaning, errands, make time for my husband, having some mommy me time, AND after all that start a small business Etsy shop.  Everyone tells you that being a stay at home mom is a real job; I’m living it and yes it is.  How do I do it all?  Time management and lots of calendar alerts in my iPhone to say the least!



I have made a promise to myself that A Girl and Her Bowtique will be fun!  It will be a “job”, a hobby, something I enjoy, and something that I should never feel overwhelmed or annoyed to own and operate.  I also promised myself that this shop will never take me away from time I spend with my daughter.  If that means, staying up late to fulfill an order or making a tutu for a client during my daughter’s naptime, I will do it.  So far my balancing act is working out great!




I would love to take all the credit for A Girl and Her Bowtique, but it wouldn’t be fair if I didn’t recognize that my husband is the muscle behind the personalized wooden blocks.    


The most fun and exciting thing about A Girl and Her Bowtique is that it will evolve just as our daughter grows.  I hope you love our little Etsy shop as much as I do!  And if you have any comments, questions, or suggestions about our merchandise, please ask!


--------- GIVEAWAY includes 3 Winners.  1 Winner will win a headband, 1 will win a set of blocks and 1 will win a tutu.  All orders will be customizable.  Please enter below.  Winners will be drawn at the end of the week.   Enter and Share! 



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1 Comments:

Blogger MBB said...

Great stuff girls :) Keep up the good work ;)

October 8, 2013 at 6:33 PM  

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