6 Events That Led To Boys Tree House

 

  1. Boys are hard to shop for (BEFORE Boys Tree House :) )

     As many of you know, I have a little boy. The day my husband and I found out we were having a little boy we walked into a department store to buy his first outfit. EVERYTHING was PINK! There were maybe 2 small racks of clothes for boys in a sea of pink. The older he got, the harder it got to find cute clothes that I really liked.

 

  1. Daydreaming
     October 2015, my family and I were walking the downtown streets of my husband’s hometown. I walked into a cute boutique and found a section of children’s clothes. There wasn’t a single thing for my boy. Standing there in that store, I had a daydream of my own clothing store just for boys and there was a tree house in my dream.

 

  1. Daydream became a constant thought

      After that day, I kept thinking about that dream, and it became something I couldn’t ignore anymore. I mentioned it to my husband one day, thinking he would brush it off, but to my surprise he thought it was a great idea. A little later, I ran the idea by my mom, and other close family members. They all thought it was a great idea.

  1. Asking God

     I am a chrisitan, and I try to always ask God what His plan is before making any decision. I can’t say I’m perfect at this, but if it is a life altering decision, then He is THE one I want to hear from. I sat down with my Bible sometime in January 2016 and asked Him to tell me what to do. I “randomly” opened to James chapter 1 and began reading. These verses were “jumping off the page”.

  • Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says. James 1:22
  • In the same way, faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead. James 2:17
  • You see that his faith and his actions were working together and his faith was made complete by what he did. James 2:22
  1. Research, Planning, & Action

      I had my confirmation! My husband and I began researching how to open and run a business. And, oh by the way, I’m a military spouse, and we FREQUENTLY move which made it all the more challenging to figure out how to open a business and make it portable. It took months of research, calls to various agencies, filing paperwork, moving again, and FINALLY we were almost ready to open Boys Tree House, but not before going to Market.

    6. AmericasMart Atlanta

     My mom and cousin (more like my sister) graciously met me in Atlanta to SHOP! This was the most fun and exhausting weekend!! AmericasMart is huge and there was a lot to figure out on our first visit. Needless to say, we bought the cutest boy clothes we could find, and I think you will agree!

      My hope and prayer is for you to make Boys Tree House THE place you go to dress your little boys! I’ve been featuring a different brand each day during this week of our grand opening. The brand of the day is Collared Greens! 

                                  

      Collared Greens is an all American brand with all of their products made right here in the USA. Their flagship store is in Richmond, VA. Boys Tree House carries their t-shirts and bow ties. The t-shirts are made of soft organic cotton and printed with environmentally friendly ink and made in North Carolina. The bow ties are made of fine imported silk and made in New York and are as adorable as can be! Your little guy will look so handsome!

 

Today’s offer is 15% off Collared Greens with coupon code: collaredgreens15. One coupon per customer. End 3/2/17.

Get your bow tie in time for Easter!

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                                                                                                Happy Shopping,

                                                                                                            Amanda

Comments

Amanda Elliott

I am so excited to have Boys Tree House up and running! I know that it will be an invaluable source for Moms who prefer nice clothing for their boys. God Bless! Love, Mama (Nana too) ❤️

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