Your toddles's party of a Budget
Posted on Apr,16 2019
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How do you know something works? It gets passed from generation to generation.

How do you know something matters? A momma tells another momma that it’s actually worth it.

How do you know something is really as good as it seems? It stands the test of time and the next generation of women take it on.

Meet Haley Lowery. A second-generation Rhea Lana’s girl. Haley’s mom dressed and raised her right: cutely clad in designer clothes at consignment prices. Hayley, now a mom to Holt (3) and Evie (1) is following in her mom’s proven footsteps by loving, serving, and providing for her family through Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment.

Haley is a mom just like the moms in her Eastern Oklahoma area, like most of us moms really. She has the education and the opportunity to contribute to her family’s finances in an intense career setting. But her dreams changed when she became a mother to her growing family.

While her desires and priorities might’ve changed, her family’s financial needs still depended on her income. Haley knew she had to find a family-friendly professional option that would allow her to be more present in her children and husband’s day-to-day lives.

Haley thought back to the reliability of Rhea Lana’s in her life and considered the community of women who depend on Rhea Lana’s for their family. She also remembered her mom’s example that when something is good you don’t keep it to yourself.

So, Haley decided to bring the Rhea Lana’s brand and children’s consignment experience into her local community. “My family is on a budget too,” she admitted. “I want to be able to do for other families what Rhea Lana’s has done for mine.”

And she’s going ever farther than expected. She is helping every needy child in her area by offering free shopping days for foster families, an effort whose promotion has gotten out to over 15,000 people.

Haley calls herself community minded, a regular girl, doing regular mom life, relating that days are tough but worth it. She invites all the moms in her community to come together to support each other in motherhood, consigning, volunteering, and value shopping at her Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment Event in Muskogee, Oklahoma, happening now through Saturday.