June 17, 2013
Lyra McLean and her husband Adam had a dream, and that dream was to bring Victoria a unique store to meet the needs of the modern parent. This week that dream comes true as they open the doors of Momease Baby Boutique at Mattick’s Farm. The parents of two young boys themselves, Lyra and her husband are thrilled to bring their fellow parents innovative and functional baby gear and accessories.
Come down and celebrate the official grand opening weekend of Momease Baby Boutique June 22 and 23rd, and see everything the store has to offer. It is the grand opening celebration you won’t want to miss, there will be a chance to win some fabulous draw prizes as well! Your kids can look forward to Storyoga on location Saturday, and Sunday will feature face painting.
Stop in 7 days a week from 10am-5:30pm and have Lyra and her staff help meet all your baby needs. Lyra is also offering one on one consultations and a baby registry to make sure you as a new parent have all of your baby gear needs met! Did you know that several of the products in stock are Canadian, and many were previously unavailable in Victoria?
Be sure to head over to their Facebook page! By ‘liking’ their page you will be able to stay up to date on product announcements, upcoming events, and contests.
At Momease Baby Boutique you are sure to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, that is family oriented, and parking is always free.
Courtesy of: Laura @ Victoriamom.ca on June 19, 2013
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