This past weekend, we were able to go out and do a live event - always a lot of fun! Mom and I packed everything up, including Richard and the kids, and we headed to north Phoenix for a show at Roadrunner Elementary school. It was our first school show and I didn't really have a great idea of what it was going to be like, but it was really pretty cool! The vendor fair part was set up in the cafeteria where everyone entered, and then the food and games were farther back inside the school yard. They had a bouncy house and tons of games and food vendors like Jamba Juice came in for the event.
We were supposed to have one table but, luckily!, when we got there to set up, the coordinator said there was some extra space and asked if we'd like to use a second table. REALLY glad she did! I have no idea how we'd have fit everything onto one!
We made sure we had a little bit of everything out, even the brand new stuff that hasn't hit the website yet.
Our newest shirts:
Bean bags, wooden toys (eggs, acorns, and scooping sets), quilts, potholders, tissue holders, and soaps - including the new Honey Almond Oatmeal scent:
Mei tai, bunting, diaper straps, and car seat/nursing covers:
Close up of a car seat cover, Baltic amber teething necklaces and flannel wipe sets:
Soaps, scrubs and tissue holders:
Produce bags, snap pouches, and diaper straps:
Lots and lots and lots of skirts:
It was awesome having Richard along to help.
The kids had a blast, though my little child freaked out and fell asleep about an hour before it was time to wrap up and leave.
The big kid had SO much fun on the bouncy house, painted an awesome picture and actually found snacks that he was allowed to eat.
All in all, an awesome event.