I talked last week about some exciting new things happening in my world. Well here it is:
My business partner and good friend, Kristen, and I opened a Cloth Diaper Boutique in the heart of Old Shawnee Kansas. We are operating inside of Heart to Heart Creations at 11004 Johnson Drive. You can find out updates and information right now here. Our website is still under construction but will be live soon for our online business at Fluff Diaper Boutique Here is a brief bio about us.
“Fluff is a Mom owned, and operated Cloth Diaper and Natural Parenting boutique located in Heart to Heart in Shawnee, KS. We offer popular commercial brands in addition to products produced by local talented Moms and Dads. We also offer an online store with baby registry at www.fluffdiaperboutique.com.
We offer many different styles and ways to cloth diaper that little bottom in your life. Together Kristen and Maeghan they have over 20 years in retail experience and they have over 5 years of cloth diaper experience.
Kristen Marquis the Mother of 4, 3 girls and 1 son, has enjoyed using cloth diapers for her youngest child. She is an eco-friendly and natural parent who believes in the importance of taking care of the earth and our children as respectfully as possible. Kristen is the Head Merchandiser and brains on the behind the scenes business.
Maeghan Miller is the mother of 2 boys, when she had her 2nd over 3 years ago she knew she was going to use cloth and hasn’t looked back. She is also the WAHM behind Green Acres Closet Woolies. Maeghan will also use her experience in Marketing Fluff inside the store.
Based on own experience of getting started in Cloth, Kristen and Maeghan share a vision of teaching parents and others that cloth diapering doesn’t have to be a chore. It is fun and fashionable, earth friendly and in this economy cost effective. We don’t claim to know everything there is to know about cloth diapering but we will share what we do know and offer you an exciting journey into the world of Cloth Diapers. “
Kristen and I have prayed and worked very hard for this dream to come into reality. It hasn’t been an easy road but we took our “post it notes” from God and knew that he would help us achieve our goals. Thank you doesn’t seem enough to say to our parents, friends and neighbors who have supported us on this journey. Here are a few pics of this journey.
Getting fixtures ready. We really wanted to concentrate on up cycling if we could, garage sales for some and with the exception of the washboard, washtub and 2 cans of spray paint we were able to keep our costs down.
The door has been in my basement forever and I found the changing table at a Garage Sale for $7. Kristen’s Mom gave us the paint and well the labor was provided by Mr. Miller and his sidekick Mr. Dutcher. As for the little hands they were kept busy with wipes cleaning off the dust.