Our Mission: Making parents' lives a little easier with modern must-have baby accessories--like our newly developed retractable pacifier clip. All while, supporting other mom/pop businesses/brands and innovations!
Hi! My name is Megan and with the help of my husband, German, we run Little BaeBae. We had our first little baebae, Ella Rose, almost two years ago now and she is who inspired me to start this journey. We now have a baby boy, Caden German Castillo, who joined our family August 30th, 2018 and we can't get enough of him!
I never dreamed I would start a baby accessories company, but when I had my daughter, I became a new stay-at-home mom and had an itch for a creative outlet. I decided, I wanted to create diaper covers with cute prints, so I taught myself how to sew and launched a handmade line of baby accessories. All while, developing a new baby product idea I had. Fast forward, a year later and we finally launched the Little Bae Retractaclip, a pacifier clip that automatically retracts when baby spits out his or her pacifier. I got the idea from watching my daughter use a regular pacifier clip. We had two major problems with those—they are long enough to wrap around a baby's neck and the pacifier drags on the ground when they crawl. My daughter loved her pacifier, so I had to remember to remove the clip, if she fell asleep with it or re-clip it to a lower part of her clothing. And when she started crawling, I was constantly having to unclip it to clean it. Super annoying! So when the idea for a retractable pacifier clip came to me, I was sure it already existed, but, to my surprise, it didn't. I played with the idea that I should develop one but just had no idea how. About a month later, we had family over for Easter when Ella was 4 months old. A family member put Ella down for her nap for us and I forgot to tell her to remove the pacifier clip. When she woke up, the pacifier clip was around her neck (luckily not to the point it was choking her but it could have done so). That was when I decided I was going to figure it out and turn my idea into a reality!
Once our daughter used the prototype when she was about eight months old--we never looked back. We are so excited to have our product help solve those same problems for you and other parents, as well! We no longer make handmade items but are so excited to now carry other mom/pop baby brands.
Meet the brands we carry:
RYAN & ROSE
Hi I’m Lindsey Ferrell, owner of Ryan And Rose and the creator of Cutie Clips and Cutie PATs. I'm a former teacher for the deaf at White Station High School in Memphis, TN, a nationally certified interpreter for the Deaf (NIC), a proud wife that married her high school sweetheart, (yep we started dating when I was 14) and mother of Ryan Rose, our 6 year old daughter and Charley Ruth, our 1 1/2 year old. I'm proof that by having faith and trusting in God, anything is possible.
SUTTER SISTERS HANDMADE CO.
Hello! My name is Amelia Edwards--I started my business to have a creative outlet to my save my sanity. I'm a mother of 4. Twin mother... Nuff-said😂
I love my family, I'm married to a fireman and I love to sew, work with leather and I LOVE MAKING BOWS!
MORE BRANDS TO COME!
We really appreciate the support and hope you have a great experience shopping for your little baebae! Thank you!
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