We'll have storewide savings, including huge markdowns on babywearing and cloth diapers.
And by huge markdowns, we mean 10-50% discounts storewide, including 20% off Little Beetle Diapers and Covers, as well as 50% off pouches and ring slings!
Singing songs from her new CD “I’m Me,” Charlie Hope’s music touches upon naptime, kangaroos, fire trucks, new babies, and frogs, among other themes. Her music is melodic, interactive, and sing-able, as well as relevant to children’s lives, reflecting and respecting their experiences.
Reviews on Amazon have called Charlie Hope’s music “refreshing,” “fun,” and “sweet and infectious,” and her raspy lilting voice has been compared to Carole King and Carly Simon. Besides Charlie Hope’s experience as a singer/songwriter, she also holds her degree in Art Therapy with Children and has worked as a trusted caregiver for years.
Get a preview of Charlie Hope’s debut CD “I’m Me” by visiting her MySpace page. CD’s will be available for purchase at Crunchy Granola Baby after the show.
If you have questions, please contact Jennie or Amy at 978.741.0800 or email us at email@example.com.
We caught up with Courtney to learn more about her wonderful family (pictured above) and her life here in Salem.
Q.) Are you originally from
Not originally from
Q.) Tell us a little about your family, your community, etc.
We have a two and half year old little girl Mazie May who is really the reason we fell in love with
Q.) What do you do for work?
Right now it seems like I have four jobs. After having Mazie I went back to my former job three days a week, helping biotech and healthcare companies with public relations and marketing needs.
In a totally different direction, my husband and I have recently purchase Seed Stitch Fine Yarn on
Tack on the job of Mummy and Wife and I’m keeping pretty busy.
Q.) Can you tell us more about Seed Stitch? Why you bought it, your vision for the shop, etc.
Searching for something a bit more tactile to supplement my career over the long term, we had long thought about starting or buying a business in
We hope to add to the amazing foundation that was created for us at Seed Stitch, increasing the community involvement, bringing in additional new and exciting products, adding to the eco friendly lines of yarns, seeking to showcase local designers and talents, etc. If you’re a knitter or crocheter, please stop in and say hello and if you’re not, we have great classes to get you started.
Q.) Your blog is great! What prompted you to start a blog? How do you find the time?
I’ve had a personal blog for several years and found it a great way to express myself and focus my energies. Unfortunately, that blog has been a little neglected for the new Seed Stitch blog, http://www.ayarntale.com/ , which is equally rewarding to write and I hope interesting to read. I just can’t manage both right now. Maybe one day I’ll pick the old one back up. Blogging no doubt takes a lot of time and commitment. Readers expect posts often and you’re constantly challenged with what will be an interesting tidbit, but luckily the posts are often thoughts or conversations already spinning around in my head so it comes fairly naturally.To read Courtney's personal blog, visit http://www.mymamay.com. For the Seed Stitch blog, check out http://www.ayarntale.com/.
Sure, Crunchy Granola Baby is a shop specializing in organic and natural items for babies and young children. But we’re also a shop that prides itself on balancing quality products with quality customer service.
If you’re interested in cloth diapers, come in for a demonstration. If you’re curious about babywearing, come try our wraps and slings. And rest assured that all of our products have been thoroughly researched and tested. Only the best for our customers!
And because we love our customers so much, we’re also a community resource for
But we do so much more than just talk and play – we work hard to organize family and community-oriented events. In the past, we’ve hosted composting workshops to raise money for local schools, organized film screenings with Cinema Salem, and played host to a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program.