Meet Our Moms: Brand Ambassador, Ivory
Posted on June 08 2016
As we continue our series of moms, we thought it'd be a great time to begin introducing our Brand Ambassadors! We recently held a Facebook contest where moms submitted photos of themselves with their daughters. First up, we'd like to introduce you to Ivory and her daughter, Nia. Ivory won the brand ambassador contest by getting the most votes on her photos from friends and family! We are thrilled to have her on our team!
Tell us about yourselves!
Hi! Nia and I are so very close. She has a big brother (age 6) and they adore eachother. Nia (age 2) loves to dance, play and read. Her favorite cartoon character is Doc Mcstuffins. I am 32 years old. I've been married for 8 years. I have an amazing loving and supportive husband I love all things art and crafts. I truly believe God gave us all the potential to be creators.
Define your style.
Overall my style is cute, simple, and conservative ? On a regular day for myself I look for the three Cs that are cute, covering and comfortable. If it's a special occasion I prefer a suit or a nice shirt and dress pants. I love blazers. When it comes to Nia, I look for cute, colorful clothing. I like to see her in dresses. I also like her in leggings. If I had to pick an outfit set from Me N Mommy, I love the Allison sweat suit because that's my go to styles.
Is there any outfit you wish your daughter never grew out of and if so, what was it?
Hmmmm lets see... I really loved this blue and white floral jumper with a blue jean jacket that she had. It was adorable.
What is the go-to clothing item in your closet?
I have several different black cotton shawl jackets (some more dressy than others) but I always go to them.
What’s your favorite outfit to see Nia wear?
To be honest I like to see her in almost everything. If I had to pick something I would say I like to see her in shirt or dresses that flare!
What’s the best parenting advice you’ve ever received and from who?
It was actually from a book called, Praying Circles Around Your Children. One thing that was suggested (out of many) was that you should have personal prayers that you pray for each child as it relates to them and they will pray the same prayers . It also gave me an idea of leaving notes of encouragement in their lunch box.
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