Parker, CO (PressExposure) July 20, 2009 -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A few years ago, Becky Smoldt purchased a diaper bag boutique online. She had no idea that it would make such a difference in the lives of the stay at home moms that she ended up working with.
After proving for years that she excelled as an ebay shopper, Becky Smoldt came across a business for sale online. After thinking it over for a while, she realized that the online diaper bag boutique would be a perfect business for herself, and her daughters. Between the three of them, they had the techincal skills, the data organization skills, and six kids!
Jesi and Ashley, the two daughters, decided to try something new as they started out. The began contacting stay at home moms across the US that designed and created diaper bags. They wanted to do that so they had something unique to offer the moms that visited their site, and bags that were created by moms who knew what a new mother needs in a diaper bag! They also included designer diaper bag companies that were originally founded by mothers to support these moms as well.
The business rapidly began to grow, and as this happened, friendships developed between the sisters and the designers. They were able to share problems, request prayers, and discuss stories about their children over email. These friendships deepened as each of the sisters and the designers went through trying periods of life, from surgeries to difficult births, and they asked each other to pray for the one in need.
Little by little, each of the stay at home moms began earning a substantial income while working at home, all due to the unlikely partnership forged between stay at home moms and The Shopping Boutique. Each brings different and unique talents, and each contributes. From the web expertise to the creative monogrammers, each has contributed to the success of all.
Though the boutique carries only diaper bags, it creates a chronicle of women forging a bond to create success.