Polka Dot Baby Soft Blocks

These beautiful polka dot baby soft blocks are the creation of Neha and Madhu, owners of Goose Moose and Beans.

Madhu is Neha's mother-in-law and the talented seamstress of the team. Neha is the designer and mother of two little "beans", Ella and Kieran. Neha's nephew Shailen is the "goose" and nephew Deven is the "moose". Since this is a family business, they thought "Goose Moose and Beans" would suit them all perfectly. Their logo is the best part (I love this):

A goose with moose antlers and a bean stalk - so creative!

Their shop is filled with handmade baby gifts in your favorite fabrics and sewn with the highest quality and attention to detail. Neha has great taste in her fabric selections and coordinating prints.

We love her unique baby soft blocks especially - these are so hard to find. The ladies will even monogram your blocks for free (and they include a jingle bell inside)!

Goose's soft blocks measure approximately four inches square in coordinating fabrics and textures including fluffy chenille, soft minky fabric and chambray. Their blocks are designed with baby's developmental needs in mind, stimulating visual, tactile and auditory senses with the added jingle bell encased securely inside. Tiny fingers can easily grasp and hold these machine-washable soft blocks and they are stuffed with a hypo-allergenic filling. What a thoughtful baby shower gift or new baby gift!

The ladies at Goose Moose and Beans are happy to discuss custom fabric colors with you too. Neha has young children so she is always up late at night (like me) so you can send her an e-mail anytime.

Visit http://goosemooseandbeans.etsy.com/ to see more of Neha and Madhu's creations.

We love that TWO moms have come together in this creative venture. Two heads are always better than one...which reminds me of a Bible verse that my own mom has by her kitchen sink (it has been there for years):

Isn't this so true for all moms in business? There are so many people who help us and who pick us up each and every day. I know I need to take more time to see how I can help them up too.
Thank you for the inspiration and quiet reminder, Neha and Madhu. To your success!

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