Park Hill Farm Babies
We received this photo today from a very proud grandmother. It certainly came to the right place! Our customer service office is covered in a variety of beautiful grand baby photos and these two future farmers will be happily added to them. I am always so glad to see young children out on the farm. It gives me a little hope that farm life will continue on. I cannot imagine not growing up on a farm with my three brothers and sister. It was the best time and will influence me forever. The experience can also be universal. I did not end up milking cows, but the experience influences all my design work. Todd's as well. He is currently somewhere in a remote village working on new chicken designs! With farming you have both remote locations and chickens! He should feel right at home.
I was also struck with the notion that all kids love tractors. Maybe because they come in such primary colors: blue, green, yellow and red like big toys. I still get a charge from just walking by all the brand new John Deere riding lawnmowers lined up in front of Home Depot.
Most of all the photo shows how cute our Park Hill baby tees are. I came up with these after trying to find an outfit for my new goddaughter. I had to go through a lot of “pink princess” glittery, get-ups before I could find some baby wranglers and a suitable top for that little one. Our baby tees are just like the big boys and girls, vintage style distressed around the neck and sleeve and so soft. All are available in size 12 months. Grandmother Dianne Harvey purchased these at Urban Farmhouse in Milton, GA.
Dianne's grand daughter Harvey Jane on right and great niece Laney on left
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