Pop up shop October 23rd at North Fork Farm Snoqualmie, WA

Our Story

Our mission is to provide families with a local destination for sustainable and ethically made solutions for their child’s everyday needs.


Our Values

  1. CONSCIOUS: eco-conscious, sustainable, ethically made
  2. COMMUNITY BASED: locally made, well-crafted, unique, small-batch, heirloom worthy
  3. ITEMS BOTH YOU AND YOUR KIDS WANT: safe for children, practical, non-toxic, learning through play, fun, creative
  4. FAMILY OWNED: Equality, accessibility, convenience, locally owned  
  5. CUSTOMER RELATIONS: balance, honesty, flexibility

 

VISION: We will provide local families and those visiting Snoqualmie Valley with a unique shopping experience that promotes sustainability along with local artists and makers.

Shop Owners & Fellow Moms

Danielle:

I am a fashion designer by training and have worked in the industry for 8 years, with experience in womens, mens, and kids markets. I am in love with this new role of shop owner where I can merge my eye for design and my personal eco-conscious values together to share amazing products with fellow families.  

Having my son has opened my eyes to the headaches that parents go through while trying to decide what is best for their child. My hope for our shop is to make the decisions around buying products for your family simpler and faster knowing that we ourselves would happily use all these products in our own homes. 

Samora:
 I started my career in photography and soon after switched to teaching. While my ‘day job’ has been in the education field for the past 15 years, my other passion has always been in making and collecting beautiful and unique things for children. In 2006, I began selling my illustration work on etsy and in 2010, I added handmade dolls and stuffed toys to my online shop. Even before I had my own children, my interests have always leaned towards lovely, enchanting goods for children, or kids at heart like myself. I am so excited to bring a unique, conscious shopping experience to the Snoqualmie Valley.  The items we carry are things I would use with my own children and I feel proud to offer them to families nearby.