Wednesday, October 31, 2007

There's a Reason Why

I've just spent the last hour--wait, let me rephrase that-- wasted the last hour trying to "customize" my little blog spot. Oh, I know, they all tell me the same thing, them, the notorious "they" and "them" who are supposed to be my "Customer Support" at all of these non-tech tech sites that I'm getting used to using. (I know, I'm way behind the times, blame my kids). I was supposed to quickly and easily upload some lovely photo of myself to use on my profile, change the look of my blog by customizing the colors, layout, etc, etc, etc. Right, here I am, not having been able to figure any of this out, still where I left it last night . . . .

There's a reason why I leave some of the business details to my husband. Like all of this "easy" computer stuff. Like talking to all the tech geeks at our hosting site. He understands this stuff, he speaks it, it truly is another language, I don't care what anyone says, and he speaks "the language." I, clearly, do not, and will probably never be anywhere near fluent. Maybe someday I'll be able to limp through with a weak understanding of what HTML really is, or how to assign a URL to all the photos I'm trying to use in my many business hosting sites, but I'll never be fluent. There's a reason why.

There's a reason why I'm the chief breast feeder in the family. (This one should be easy for all of you trying to figure out the reasons why before I get to the explanation part). There's a reason why I'm the one who always seems to have to give birth to our children. (Again, idiot easy).

And there's a reason why I choose to be the designer and creator of all of our beautiful babywearing products. I love, love, love, love, love fabric. Especially expensive, rich beautiful fabrics like silks and brocades and cashmeres and camel hairs (oh, they're all here, or going to be, at some point). I mean, come on, look at the link:, tell me you wouldn't feel gorgeous swathed in these beautiful creations? How could you not, the fabrics in their most basic state are awe-inspiring, breath-taking, exquisite, and that's how I see moms. So that's how I want to see moms "dressed," carrying their babies in fabrics that make these beautiful, sexy, gorgeous moms glow.

There's a reason why you should carry your baby in one of our slings--not only are they great for your baby, easy on your back, comfortable to wear, but they're gorgeous, too!

We have a slogan around here at Baby So Smart, and it goes like this. "Smart Parents, Smart Slings . . . Smart Babies." So, are YOU smart?

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