When our friends at Sprout invited us to join them for a wrap tutorial, we jumped at the chance to meet one of our retailers in person and to spend an afternoon with some of our Solly Baby parents in San Francisco. Often times we get lost in the day-to-day and we forget the real reason why we’re here. It really doesn’t get much better than seeing a room full of parents babywearing, asking questions, sharing sleep stories and the smell of fresh brand new babies (it’s a real thing)!
And what’s a trip to San Francisco without a party? After our Sprout event, we hosted a lovely evening at Cheese School and invited a handful of our local friends to join us for some yummy treats and casual conversations in the crisp San Francisco air (this San Diego girl is NOT used to the chilly SF nights so I was firmly planted next to the fireplace all night).
The theme of the night was connection. We overheard many conversations that started with, “It’s so great to finally meet you,” and “we need to find a way to work together on something.” It was exactly what I had hoped it would be and couldn’t be more impressed with this community of women in San Francisco.
Lastly, the gift bags. Oh, the gift bags! They were full of so many goodies including:
+ Oh Joy! for Solly Baby
+ Oh Joy! for Solly Baby (Solly Dolly)
+ Puj Phillup cups
+ Petunia Picklebottom wallet
+ Shop Strands necklace
+ Custom print by Rowley Press
+ Ella + Mila nail polish
+ Napinol body butter
+ Cheese paper from Cheese School
+ Chocolate chip cookie from Stable Cafe (YUM)!
+ Tubby Todd Love Lake Lavender Lotion and Deep Sea Bubble Bath
And because all good things deserve to be shared. We were able to bring one of these amazing gift bags home with us to gift to a lucky reader! Just leave a comment below and we will randomly choose a winner and announce the winner here on our blog this Friday evening. P.S. The cookie didn’t make it. SorryNotSorry.
Photography by Black Cat Photos
CONGRATULATIONS TO JONATHAN FEGEL FOR WINNING THIS GIVEAWAY! We will email you for your shipping address.