Yaya Isay and Dodong’s beautiful baby, Bethany, is staying with us. It’s our way of helping them, as they really are very good employees (and we’d hate to see them leave us). Moreover, Bethany is really mabait and really pretty that we just love being with her. Even Raviv loves her, treating and calling her his “baby sister”.
About two weeks ago, Aiza Marcos-Balinos of Circles Co. paid me a visit. During our tête-à-tête, I learned that she is the wife of a good friend. I immediately warmed up to her because her husband, Memen, is a great guy. It has been a decade since I last saw Memen, but thoughts of him evoke warm thoughts. He’s the type of guy who is mabait and malambing, but definitely not malandi to his female friends. That’s quite a combination, don’t you think?
Anyway, aside from gazillions of chika, Aiza also came bearing gifts for beautiful Bethany. Look at the lovely sets of clothing Aiza brought for Bethany:
The dresses from Circles Co. made Bethany look even more beautiful, doncha think?
Circles Co. is actually the brainchild of three moms, Anne, Aiza, and Christine, who are equally passionate about providing their little girls fashionable yet quality clothing. Just like them, I’m sure you are, too! Each Circles set is made of cotton garments to ensure the comfort of your babies, especially those with delicate skin. Each Circles set comes with an adorable dress, a matching bloomer, a must-have hanky, and a lovely headband! The embellishments attached to the dresses and headbands are all hand-made.
Look at some of their sets:
Fun and fashionable, eh?
Circles Co. started their business through Facebook in December 2013. To date, the page has more than 7,000 likes, more than 20 testimonial photos, 5 collections launched, and hundreds of baby sets sold.
Currently, the business has been expanding its reach by creating Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest accounts, and looking for potential business partners and re-sellers.
Circles Co. has also started having a roving bazaar to physically reach out to its target market. The company envisions a community wherein babies wear sets that do not sacrifice comfort for style.
Tell me what you think!
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