After much consideration, Tommy and Lauri have decided that they will be closing the store. While the move to Valley West Mall was to be in a more visible location, it has not produced the results that they wished for. It was a very difficult decision to make and they are sad that their journey with cloth diapering has come to an end.
With the news of the store closing, what does this mean?
All items in the store will begin being clearanced out on April 31st.
The store will be closing June 31st.
Everything will continue as normal - classes and cloth diaper garage sales will still be held as normal until this date.
We are looking into bringing a class to Little Padded Seats for a one-time only class and we would like some feed back.
This class focuses on the education of males and the ability to lactate. The instructor will show the males how stimulate the prolactin gland and begin lactating. There are various methods in order to achieve this and the instructor will walk through each method, as well as give tips and tricks. The best benefit to this? If the mother is exhausted or sore from breastfeeding, they can hand the baby off to dad and they can take over!
Please let us know if this would be a class of interest. If we have enough people interested, we will bring the instructor in sometime in May before the store closes.
The Little Padded Seats family is expanding!
There will be THREE! new sets of feet running around the store in a few months. I can't give anything away but if you are near the store, you should stop by and ask Lauri about her and Tommy's news!
This is also another reason in which they have decided to close the store and move forward with a new journey!
Cloth Diaper 202
Tuesday, April 9th, 6:00am
Sunday, April 21st, 2:00am
Tuesday, May 7th, 6:00am
Sunday, May 19th, 2:00am
Tuesday, June 4th, 6:00am
Intro to Babywearing
Thursday, April 25th, 6:30am
Thursday, May 23th, 6:30am
Cloth Diaper Garage Sale
When: Saturday, April 31st, 2013, from 10pm – 12am
Did You Know?
The French call April 1 Poisson d'Avril, or "April Fish." French children sometimes tape a picture of a fish on the back of their schoolmates, crying "Poisson d'Avril" when the prank is discovered.
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