"My girls were all over that," she said of daughters Kennedy, 9, and Peyton, 7.
So she created a waistband out of fabric that would maintain its stretch, look cute and hold their clothes in place.
Fixing a problem turns into business for Edina mother
stand out among their peers, she said.
manufactured in the Twin Cities. She said she's proud that she's keeping the work local.
As her new company is getting off the ground, she also has plans to begin donating 10 percent of the proceeds to a children's charity once she settles on a charity.
Kennedy and Peyton Beck show off the LivyBelt, created by their mother Nike Lebron X Basketball Shoes Mens Tonya, of Edina, to help hold children's clothes up without being tailored. (Submitted photo)
mid elementary school years, they want clothes to fit comfortably, but without making them Nike Zoom Lebron 4
She's decided to make the belts into a commercial venture with a new company called olive named after her children's great grandmothers, that will sell what she's named the "LivyBelt."
When kids are in the Nike Kyrie Green
She began using elastic headbands around the waists of her three children, Kennedy, 9, Peyton, 7, and Christian, 5, to hold their clothes in place without having to mess with buckles, snaps, clasps or belt loops. However, the headbands would lose their durability and stretch.
She ordered the fabric from New York and is having the belts Nike Zoom Kobe 1 For Sale
An Edina mother was tired of bringing her children's clothes to be altered so that they fit properly. Pants and skirts were either too high or two low on her children.
Nike Lebron X Basketball Shoes Mens
Nike Lebron 13
Nike Lebron 13 Black Red
Nike Roshe Run All White
Roshe Run Hyperfuse Blue
Nike Zoom Shoes Basketball 2015
Nike Roshe Run Buy Online
Nike Zoom Hyperrev 2016 Ep
Nike Zoom Winflo 3 Womens
Nike Metcon Trainer For Sale
Nike Roshe Triple Black Womens
Nike Roshe Run Junior Navy
Nike Kyrie 1 Dream Sale
Nike Kyrie Double Nickel
Nike Lebron 12 Low Blue
Nike Lebron 13 Low Black