She {hearts} Curious Georgia

There are so many wonderful places to purchase children’s clothing nowadays. But every once in a while I’m introduced to a new designer of unique, handmade items and I’m truly impressed by the quality and the way the pieces look custom-made for my family.

Heather, of Curious Georgia is one of those designers.

What I love about her work is that it is designed with busy moms and their curious kids in mind. Her pieces are made with pre-washed designer fabrics and feature elastic waistbands so that little ones can dress themselves.

Curious Georgia offers adorable skirts, dresses and  so much more- even ties for little boys and outfits for your child’s favorite doll. Heather specializes in custom orders and loves to personalize pieces just for you.

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Visit Curious Georgia for adorable and unique children’s clothing.

She {hearts} Savings

Use SHIPS4FREE code for FREE SHIPPING on your purchase.

She {hearts} Freebies

We are offering an adorable Curious Georgia skirt (of Heather’s choice) to TWO She{hearts}it readers!

To Enter: After visiting Curious Georgia leave a comment! What’s your favorite item from the shop?
Additional Entries: Leave an additional comment for each entry you complete.

A winner from the U.S. will be chosen on 10/4/11 at 7PM EST
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Mary Lauren

Mary Lauren is a social worker turned mother turned blogger. Long before she was any of these things she was a writer. She collects words in a jar like pennies. She loves children's music, trying new recipes and taking pretty pictures. When she's not writing at her blog, My 3 Little Birds, you can find Mary Lauren drinking too much coffee, pretending she's crafty, and finding excuses not to exercise. Read articles by Mary Lauren →

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Mary Lauren is a social worker turned mother turned blogger. Long before she was any of these things she was a writer. She collects words in a jar like pennies. She loves children's music, trying new recipes and taking pretty pictures. When she's not writing at her blog, My 3 Little Birds, you can find Mary Lauren drinking too much coffee, pretending she's crafty, and finding excuses not to exercise. Read articles by Mary Lauren →

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