The community of mom-run small businesses making barrier-breaking clothes for kids isn't all that big. In fact, many of us know each other. Case-in-point, the mamas (Rebecca and Eva) at Princess Awesome have become super close with the mama (Courtney) over at Free To Be Kids. :)
We are big fans of each other's brands and that's why we've decided to join forces and share our friendship with the rest of you in the form of an awesome giveaway!
One lucky winner will win a $250 gift card to Princess Awesome and a $250 gift card to Free To Be Kids!
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About our brands.
Princess Awesome makes high-quality clothes for girls with themes typically found in the boys department like trucks, rockets, dinos and much more. All of Princess Awesome's dresses, skirts, leggings and shorts have pockets on them because we believe: Girls deserve pockets.
Free To Be Kids makes positive and gender-stereotype-busting slogan Ts for kids and adults. All clothes are screen-printed by hand in Seattle on ethically-sourced and super comfy shirts, onesies, dresses, totes and more.
by Eva St. Clair March 22, 2020 2 Comments
by Eva St. Clair March 17, 2020
It struck me at some point a few years ago that parenting is a lot like running a country. There are many competing problems and interests and sometimes the best solutions aren’t the one you end up choosing to implement - because sometimes the best solutions are just not possible. Instead you end up choosing second- or third-best solutions. And guess what? Usually those solutions are still good, or at least better than their counterparts - no solution, or a bad solution.
So here are some things a few of our presidents learned during their terms of office, with a few anecdotes of how they relate to mine.