MomPrenuer Interview: Melissa Desrochers Pick-Ease


I remember when the kids were younger, it was such a fight to get them to eat anything. My daughter was really bad at first, she’s getting a lot better but can still see some improvement. My son on the other hand.. still an extremely picky eater. It would (and still does) drive me crazy when he would automatically refuse to eat something because he

Mompreneur Interview: Michelle from Toddler Tech USA/ Dapper Snappers

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Mompreneur Name: Michelle Cazella Company: Toddler Tech USA/ Dapper Snappers Website: Please tell us about Dapper Snappers: Dapper Snappers Toddler Belts “Fix Droopy Drawers in a Snap!” Dapper Snappers are the perfect Toddler Belts! Snaps in the back 3 belt loops for a hands-free comfortable fit. There’s no need to remove it for diaper changes or potty training. No buckles to fuss with! No

Making a Mid-life Career Change

Making a mid-life career change can be one of the most stressful decisions you will ever make. But don’t be scared, it’s not true that you “can’t teach an old dog new tricks” and if you’ve found yourself wanting to try something new or are anxious to pursue that life-long passion to see if you can make a living at it, there’s no time like

Mompreneur Interview: Lisa Cratty from Teagan and Mack

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Mompreneur Name: Lisa Cratty Company: Teagan and Mack Website: Please tell us about Teagan and Mack. Teagan and Mack is an eco-friendly baby clothing and accessories line.  All of our products are 100% certified organic cotton.  We also have a strong give-back component to the company where we support moms both locally and internationally in our Recycling Program and Sisterhood Program. It’s a personal

Momprenuer Interview: Trish Babb and Sharon Martin from Chalk Talk Glass

Mompreneur Name: Trish Babb and Sharon Martin Company: Chalk Talk Glass Website: Please tell us about Chalk Talk Glass. With Chalk Talk Glasses you don’t need wine charms to keep glasses from getting mixed up – guests simply write their name on their glass with chalk. At the end of the party simply wipe off the chalk, wash the glasses (top rack in your