We're trying to keep a constant stock of products.
Truman, MN (PRWEB) April 12, 2009
For many parents, it can be difficult to find good infant clothes. Trying to find clothing that will be a proper fit and not potentially cause a rash on sensitive skin can already be a pain for many parents of newborns, add the rarity of finding proper infant boy clothing outside of a onesie and it can definitely be a headache.
Mother and entrepreneur, Sarina Baron, realized that after her son was born, it was near impossible to find a suit and various types of clothing for him. Rather than complain about the lack of selection in her town, Baron took matters into her own hands and started http://www.TinyInBlue.com in December 2008.
"It can be frustrating not being able to find something for baby boys," said Baron.
While there are endless types of infant dresses for girls in department stores, baby boy clothing seems a bit harder to come by, which is why Tiny in Blue's launch is more than welcoming for parents around the country.
Though the site is only four months old, it already has an impressive catalog - ranging from onesies to formal wear to personalized baby boy gifts - Baron continues to add more to her store.
"We're adding new costumes, holiday items, novelty clothes and blankets," she said. "We're trying to keep a constant stock of products."
In addition to the expansive product line, Tiny in Blue recently added a new blog, http://www.TinyBlueBlog.com.
"It's going to be informational," Baron explained. "We'll have tips on baby health, parenting styles. We'll definitely make it interactive and create a forum within the blog for parents to be able to compare and contrast notes."
Because of Baron's contribution to the internet, people won't have to scour big box retailers and department stores, only to come up empty handed when trying to buy clothes for their baby sons. Frustrations will cease to exist and parents can go back to the things that matter - enjoying their kids.
About the Company:
Tiny in Blue is owned and operated by Sarina Baron.