Introducing Jennifer <3
Jennifer doesn't know I'm spicing up her about me right now :) But HI!!! I'm Beka and Sarah is helping me! We don't know for sure if Jennifer will even let us publish this one, but we wanted to leave her a love note, and introduce her to you all while she's busy jet setting on some really cool adventures we are SURE she will share with you!
Sarah and I met Jen through her podcast, and we have all become fast friends, so please allow me to introduce you to one of my best friends, and someone I look up to immensely as a mom and a business owner.
Jennifer Sanger is the owner and founder of Jamison & Bexley, which is named after both her children.
Four years ago, after she gave birth to her son Jamison, she was struggling to find clothing for her kids. There weren't a lot of gender neutral options, and not a lot of cute boys clothing. (I can attest to that as I also have a boy and a girl and it's so difficult to shop for my son.) For her daughter, everything was very pink and sparkly, or too mature (read...crop tops and shorty shorts).
She wanted what we all want, for our kids to be kids and comfortable in their clothes. She started her business to provide fashionable and functional kids clothing that you wouldn't normally see at the mall, for prices that wouldn't break the bank.
At the time she was also working in corporate America full time (talk about a Bad B) and running Jamison & Bexley as a side hustle. Her day job started taking all her energy and ruining her mental health. The last day at her job marked the same day she began running her business full time.
March 17th, 2020, the day America shut down because of Covid.
Jennifer took that time to put her full self, heart and soul, into Jamison & Bexley, never once looking back. In the beginning, Jen even offered free local deliveries, using that opportunity to get out of the house. Customers were so excited about her quick turnaround time, and Jennifer learned that making customers happy was making her even more fulfilled in her work. Excellent customer service is not only her goal, but it's so clear that it is also her passion.
Jennifer continues to identify issues within kids clothing - for instance, her kids are tall and skinny, but mainstream clothing can be difficult to find. Most clothing caters to age specific clothing, but Jennifer wants clothing to be more sized based (think mens clothing). Jennifer wants clothes shopping to be easier and more fun for parents and kids alike. She strives to remove gender and age from clothing so kids can feel comfortable in what they are wearing.
Jennifer's goal is to keep growing, and keep putting smiles on the faces of kids and their parents.
Another facet Jennifer doesn't talk a lot about is her adult apparel and podcast. Both of these are newer additions to her shop, but so important. Jennifer has a winning way about herself, sassy and full of life. This was clear to me as I listened to her new podcast, Real Life Struggles with Jennifer Sanger. If you haven't subscribed to the podcast, you really should. But don't take my word for it!
I am so proud of all Jen has accomplished in the last 4 years, and I can't want to see where Jamison & Bexley continues to grow.
Love you Jen!
Beka and Sarah <3
I’m so damn proud of you! You deserve it all ❤️❤️❤️