I’m a creative, a Mumma and a big kid that never really grew up.
I believe in the power of imagination, individuality and the importance of play!
After my son was born (and well after my first time Mumma shell shock wore off) this idea of a children's shop that embodied these values and more was born.
I was drawn to handmade, locally sourced and ethically focused items.
I felt such a disconnect from the mass produced. Everything was too fast paced and lacked authenticity, made by someone else in a far away country and in appalling conditions.
I felt like I wasn’t contributing to anything positive or helping anyone.
Having my son just amplified these feelings.
I decided to begin creating something that celebrates the wealth of talented hand makers from all over this amazing country and if I could support fair trade businesses and give back a little along the way, then all the better.
My hope for Wild Mountain Child is to create a happy, social and ethically focused business that is successful for all involved.
Did you know Wild Mountain Child donates 50cents from every order to the Human and Hope Association.