I’m Mary, the mom-preneur behind Lullabuys. I live and work out of Southern California, whose beauty inspires me everyday. I consider myself very lucky, as I’m surrounded by my beautiful daughter, fiancé and a very big family— they are the paces of my heart. My life has not been the same since I’ve had the joy of seeing it through my daughter’s eyes, she is definitely my best teacher.
Home life has been a blessing and my experience raising my child has made me aware of so many wonderful new things. Among them are the happiness that comes with new discoveries, the importance of having access to affordable family goods like children’s clothing, and our collective responsibility toward the environment and society. So I combined all of these into a creative business solution: Lullabuys.
Here’s a bit more background. During my time working in retail clothing, I often wondered what I would do differently. How would I put my creative stamp on the entire process? How could I make it about more than just business and manage to weave in humanitarian and environmental goals as well? What would it take in order to create a ‘“feel good” company? My heart kept searching for an answer.
I was overjoyed when I found it. My answer came in the form of Lullabuys, a retail source (of gently used) kid’s clothing— designed specifically to be a less-expensive alternative. As a form of recycling, our approach to consumerism“goes green” (I like to think of it as giving the environment a big, grateful hug). With us, parents can earn extra cash by selling the clothes their kids have outgrown. Third, Lullaby’s is community-oriented, as our business model involves working with various organizations, schools, and churches (through community buyback events).
As the owner of this inspired start-up, here’s what I want you to know: Lullabuys is real. It cares. It was created out of care and consideration for the environment (and people’s checkbooks) and it’s only in its beginning stages. And we would love for you to be there with us as we grow with every milestone. Let’s raise our children and the way that business is done— together.