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October 06, 2008


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Hello Amy,

Your business niche is inspiring. You took something that you love, and you know is both special and important to parents and built a creative niche business. Many people have similar niche ideas, but think they can’t succeed. Your success shows us it is possible.

Also, I love how you chose to have a business and be home with your family. This success is always an inspiration to me.

Thank you!

Carolyn - Crickets Roar virtual assistant services

How I wish you were around, Amy, when my now 18-year-old daughter was a little one - I would have loved to have her dressed in one of your personalized creations! I'm sure the collaborative relationships you are building with your customers are not only appreciated by them, but also will increase ten-fold. Like you, I was a working mother who felt I was missing out on many experiences with my child - thus my decision to find a niche and work from home. Admittedly, it was tough going at first, but no regrets!

I was particularly struck by your comment of "Don't be afraid to succeed." Sage advice that should be well heeded by every new or "future" entrepreneur - as well as an important reminder for all of us!

Linda at Bookmark This Spot

Amy, what wonderful and fun clothing you offer. I especially like that parents can customized with your great choices of options for designs. Sew on! Sew on! Thanks Susan for another great interview.

The Original Accidental Pren-her

I love your birthday and holiday clothing creations. They make wonderful gifts for nieces and nephews, god children, and grandchildren, as well as your own sons and daughters. And they are so cute and affordable!


Hi Amy,
Wow! I'm thinking maybe we should do some affiliate marketing. The business I am now starting is personalized books for children, but later on down the road I hope to offer other products and write some of my own stories that can also be personalized. I used to sew a lot when I was younger, and I've always wanted to do applique and embroidery work, but that equipment is expensive. I love your business name, your website is awesome, and your designs are so cute. Isn't it exciting to find your niche? You go girl, and rock on, or should I say, stitch on!

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