Living in Little Foot

Over the years I have had the privilege of meeting some of the greatest, most talented genuine and amazing people. I make a point to only surround myself with people that mean good, do good, and are good. Before moving to California I got a text from a girl named Sarah. Her husband would be working with my husband and she wanted to reach out, say hello and make a point to introduce herself. By the end of our text conversation, I promised myself that I would stalk her then make her be friends with me. It was the wisest decision I made and she, in turn, introduced me to a beautiful and talented gal named Lisa. 

Juliana in the “Madison Dress”

Lisa grew up in southern California and when her two boys were just babies she set her sights on a dream and dove right in. She started designing, creating and before long she launched her own kids’ clothing line called “Little Foot Clothing Company.” At first look, I fell in love with everything Lisa made. Madison had a cool opportunity to model the clothes for our friend Kristen who is a photographer and our love for the brand has blossomed into full blown obsession. If you follow me on social media you already know that my girls can be found in a little foot design on the regular. Lisa makes the most perfect little clothes that last through multiple seasons. My favorite thing for the girls are the flutter sleeve dresses that can be worn year round. When they get too short or its too chilly we just add a pair of the Little Foot tights. The designs are beautiful but I think her most popular items are the black/grey and rose ensembles. All you southern mommas, these dresses are just begging for a monogram. 

My girls are over 3 years apart in age so its sometimes difficult to find clothes to “match” but Little foot dresses and designs are perfect. Madison may wear the rose dress but then Juliana get the coordinating ruffle sleeve romper. 

Every time we travel it’s basically all I pack. The clothes are comfortable, perfect for any occasion or location, solid colors, and honestly goes with everything. I can’t even begin to tell you how many people stop us to compliment their trendy outfits. (and lots of compliments come from non kid people, which says a lot!)

I do not get paid by Little Foot, I  just genuinely ADORE my friend Lisa. I am inspired by her vision for her company and can’t wait to see it grow even more. I will add a link for you to check it out. I know I have two girls that we dress but her momma shirts and outfits for boys are way cute so check those out too.https://littlefootclothingco.com  You can find her on the gram too @littlefootclothingco 

*Not only will your kids be extra cute but a portion of the profits go to Protect the Children Inc. https://www.protectthechildren.org

because EVERY child should be safe and loved.

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Jessica McClendon

This is me, an East Tennessee transplant to Los Angeles, California, wife to Jacques McClendon, my handsome better half and mom to baby girl Madison who is two.

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