Hello! You’re brash, hilariously funny and likely reading this from the closet gulping grown-up juice and shoveling your hidden chocolate into your face while you hide from your kids.
I’m Ashleigh. I’m a mom to two beautiful boys and wife to one handsome bearded man. I love them and all, but nothing will compare to my adoration to smooth, aged whiskey. *kidding* (kinda)
As much as I enjoy the bite of sarcasm and the freedom of completely oversharing, I’ve also triumphed from my own darkness. I’m a survivor of postpartum depression. Soon after my diagnosis, I suffered the loss of a miscarriage, and had to claw my way back to finding my joy and happiness again.
As I’ve shared my story, community support and love helped me find my happiness through laughter.
Now, I design apparel and accessories for the whole family to make you laugh and look totally bomb. Check out our shop and browse our full catalogue for the perfect item for you or a friend.
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I also love giving back to the community that helped me grow and heal during my difficult years. I am here to help other creative entrepreneur moms (Hi fellow Mamapreneurs!) grow a business that is sustainable while they support their families. View my blog here.
"When you feel like you’re drowning in dirty diapers and can’t stomach the thought of reading
“Where is Baby’s Belly Button” one more time, it’s the little moments that you focus on you
that will make a difference." Jamie Fuller of MommyInFlats.com
"My stomach literally fell to the floor and I felt like I was going to be sick. I had ordered a big brother shirt for Holston and a preggo shirt for myself to do announcement pictures with soon. I had already started thinking of names and picturing ourselves as a family of 4. How was I going to start over and no longer be pregnant? How was I going to say goodbye to this baby? How do I heal from this and move on?"
We've all heard "If you wait until the perfect moment, you'll never do anything."
"That probably seems a little strange, because usually one plans, researches, plans some more, stops for a while, drinks and thinks and plans some more and eventually, when all the stars align, the dust settles over you and karma flies by…you launch." Sasha Gray
"There totally is a method to my madness and I promise to bring color to our site around November for the holidays!" Ashleigh of HLD
"We learn something new from every single one so it’s a constant exercise in reviewing what has worked and what hasn’t and adjusting for new information." Sarah Hartley
"HLD loves working with many small businesses! We know how hard it is to balance everything. From play dates to web design. Inventory tracking to meal planning. Household responsibilities to full time jobs." Ashleigh of HLD
I am always on the lookout for guest bloggers to showcase. If you write about life, business, or fashion, I’d love to chat. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss our platform!