Six Reasons to Shop Small

Six Reasons to Shop Small

We are currently enjoying turkey leftovers with the Christmas/Holiday Season upon us. Black Friday has come and gone, Shop Small Saturday is today and Cyber Monday is just 2 days away. The season comes with an avalanche of advertising bombarding us! We would like to share with you a suggestion to consider all through the year: #shopsmall. Small Business Saturday is being promoted on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, however we would like to ask you to consider doing this all year long. Why? Because so many of us small businesses provide our services because of the LOVE of what we are doing and the desire to fill a need we have been made aware of. It’s usually not all about the money. Don't get me wrong, the dollars are important because this is how we feed our families. We certainly aren't getting rich off our small businesses, but we are loving the fact we are making a difference in people’s lives. Here at Perfectly Preemie, this is very true. We are a small family owned business made up of Cressie (Mom), Kevin (Husband), Melissa (daughter) plus Rachael (team member). It's is our goal to make a difference in the lives of preemie parents and their families. We also keep many small sub contractors busy with our sewing needs.

We will be here to provide you with Extraordinary Clothing for your Extraordinary Babies. We are committed to providing you with great customer care. We give back to our NICU community by supporting our local NICU and many more support groups with donations of caps and clothing throughout the year.

Here are 6 reasons to consider shopping small, we are sharing these from our friend @shegotguts. We teamed up with Stephanie to be apart of her Small Business Saturday Gift Guide. Here is a link to some great small businesses and coupon savings codes https://www.shegotguts.com/posts/2018/11/5/small-b...

WHY YOU SHOULD SHOP SMALL: 

  1. Small businesses give back (more) to the community
  2. They provide great customer service
  3. They create a sense of community
  4. They make a major economic impact
  5. They offer one of a kind items
  6. It feels good

Some of the great small business featured in the Guide are:

Rainy Day Designs specializes in outfits for special events, coming home outfits, first birthday, but offers items in all sizes. One thing about shopping small is that you are buying from someone who has a true passion for what they do. Owner Lacey works full time, has 3 young children, AND runs this business. #SuperMom

"I LOVE CREATING PIECES THAT FAMILIES WILL CHERISH FROM SOME OF THEIR MOST IMPORTANT MOMENTS AND MEMORIES IN LIFE."— LACEY PATE, OWNER OF RAINY DAY DESIGNS

Roland and Grace creates inspirational and motivational clothing and items for all ages. Inspired by her daughter Abigail, she created this line and business to help pay for therapy and medical bills.

"I LOVE CREATING PIECES THAT FAMILIES WILL CHERISH FROM SOME OF THEIR MOST IMPORTANT MOMENTS AND MEMORIES IN LIFE." — ROLAND & GRACE




Kozie clothes was begun by Susan Donohoe is a Pediatriact Occupational Therapist, an advocate, and wanted to create clothes for all. They offer weighted blankets & vests, compression shirts, clothes with access to feeding tube, medical socks, and other sensory toys. 

“THROUGH MANY YEARS OF WORKING CLOSELY WITH EDUCATORS, THERAPISTS, NURSING PROFESSIONALS, MANUFACTURERS, AND EXPERTS IN DESIGN, SHE FOUNDED KOZIE CLOTHES AS A WAY TO INCORPORATE NEUROSCIENCE PRINCIPLES INTO FASHIONABLE, ON-TREND, ADAPTIVE CLOTHING AND PRODUCTS FOR CHILDREN WITH SENSORY AND OTHER MEDICAL NEEDS. ”


These are just three of the companies featured on the guide, please check out the other featured companies that inspire us to #shopsmall. We are also offering a 15% off coupon code: GUTS to Thank you for shopping small.

Please let us know if there is anything we can help you with, Wishing you a Very Happy Holiday Season!