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About Target Littles
It’s no secret that we all find solace and delight in a guilt-free stroll down the Target aisles — sometimes with kids in tow, and sometimes blissfully alone sipping on an iced coffee. (You, too?)
I’ve been a magazine editor for a long time now, so I’m always on the lookout for unique finds in the children’s, fashion, and home decor marketplaces. I’ve seen hundreds of season launches and thousands of “same old” products, so innovative and aesthetically-pleasing products catch my eye quickly.
When I originally created @TargetLittles on Instagram, I quietly snapped and shared my finds — to zero followers! — but I was quickly blown away and overwhelmed by your positive response and rapid following.
Our Instagram isn’t going anywhere, but we are so pleased to expand to this website as well. We’ll continue to bring you the inside scoop on what’s new, styling tips using the latest decor from Target aisles, heads up when trends hit the kids’ sections, reviews on the best toys, fun how-to tutorials, our beloved #targetlittlesfavorites flatlays, and more!
Chances are, if you have kiddos or have ever pinned an image to a kids’ Pinterest board, you have come across my work. I am known as the creator of the kids’ fashion magazine, Babiekins, and sought after in the industry for my creative direction, wardrobe/prop, and interior styling for more than 14 years.
In 2016, my family made a move from our comfortable suburban life in California to a small town in Northwest Arkansas. After discovering that the previous owner of our 1920’s farmhouse hid mold to sell the home, we painstakingly worked night and day to fix it. Though the home is only halfway done, the stress and pressure of trying to fix this home just revealed more and more of the toxic relationship I was in. Fast forward a year and I am newly divorced and now navigating this new life (and freedom) with my three handsome boys.
I am hoping that through this platform, I can spark creativity in you (and your little ones) to do projects together with affordable finds found at your local Target. Parties, recipes, crafts, styling, interiors, and probably the hilarious obstacles of a fashion editor turned farmer.
Mint Chocolate Chip
Nacho Libre (she watches it with her boys)
Michael Todd (Pastor of Transformation Church)
Yellow because it’s bright and positive