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by mssinglemama on February 2, 2012

Bron Shoe Company owner Bob Kaynes is seen with a rack of bronzed baby shoes, cialis 40mg approved Tuesday November, 6, 2011. ( Columbus Dispatch photo by Jeff Hinckley) _ _
Bron Shoe Company owner Bob Kaynes is seen with a rack of bronzed baby shoes, cialis 40mg approved Tuesday November, 6, 2011. ( Columbus Dispatch photo by Jeff Hinckley) _ _
A contest is on the other side.

I met a man yesterday who, ambulance in spite of his age, likely knows more about Internet marketing than your company’s marketing director or CEO. Definitely more than your CEO. His grandmother started their family business by going door to door in Cleveland during the Depression-era to sell bronzed baby shoes. Now they have it down to a science.

And the result is pretty cool.

Bronzed baby shoes were “all the rage” in the 194o’s and 1950’s but have since slipped away from our public consciousness. But Bob Kaynes is bound and determined to bring bronzing back.

When I suggested that my generation could be completely and absolutely disinterested in bronzed baby shoes he was equally as curious. When I told him I had a “Mommy blog” he about jumped out of his seat. And so, I promised to do something I don’t normally do… I promised to ask you for your true and honest opinion about a product.

And you have to be honest! This is market research, Mamas. (For the record, I know nothing about market research. I like, Bob, just know if something gets clicks or if it dies a slow Internet death)

So…answer this question for a chance to win:

Do you want a pair of bronzed baby shoes?

What about a bronzed anything? He can bronze anything. Or, how could bronze baby shoes be “cool” or make their way back into family tradition? Any ideas?

And here is a picture of Bob and some shoes.

Thanks to the Columbus Dispatch for the photo.

Leave a comment for a chance to win a gift certificate to bronze your own babe’s shoes.
Bron Shoe Company owner Bob Kaynes is seen with a rack of bronzed baby shoes, cialis 40mg approved Tuesday November, 6, 2011. ( Columbus Dispatch photo by Jeff Hinckley) _ _
A contest is on the other side.

I met a man yesterday who, ambulance in spite of his age, likely knows more about Internet marketing than your company’s marketing director or CEO. Definitely more than your CEO. His grandmother started their family business by going door to door in Cleveland during the Depression-era to sell bronzed baby shoes. Now they have it down to a science.

And the result is pretty cool.

Bronzed baby shoes were “all the rage” in the 194o’s and 1950’s but have since slipped away from our public consciousness. But Bob Kaynes is bound and determined to bring bronzing back.

When I suggested that my generation could be completely and absolutely disinterested in bronzed baby shoes he was equally as curious. When I told him I had a “Mommy blog” he about jumped out of his seat. And so, I promised to do something I don’t normally do… I promised to ask you for your true and honest opinion about a product.

And you have to be honest! This is market research, Mamas. (For the record, I know nothing about market research. I like, Bob, just know if something gets clicks or if it dies a slow Internet death)

So…answer this question for a chance to win:

Do you want a pair of bronzed baby shoes?

What about a bronzed anything? He can bronze anything. Or, how could bronze baby shoes be “cool” or make their way back into family tradition? Any ideas?

And here is a picture of Bob and some shoes.

Thanks to the Columbus Dispatch for the photo.

Leave a comment for a chance to win a gift certificate to bronze your own babe’s shoes.
A contest is on the other side.

I met a man yesterday who, sickness in spite of his age, likely knows more about Internet marketing than your company’s marketing director or CEO. Definitely more than your CEO. His grandmother started their family business, American Bronzing, by going door to door in Cleveland during the Depression-era to sell bronzed baby shoes. Now they have it down to a science.

And the result is pretty cool.

Bronzed baby shoes were “all the rage” in the 194o’s and 1950’s but have since slipped away from our public consciousness. But Bob Kaynes is bound and determined to bring bronzing back.

When I suggested that my generation could be completely and absolutely disinterested in bronzed baby shoes he was equally as curious. When I told him I had a “Mommy blog” he about jumped out of his seat. And so, I promised to do something I don’t normally do… I promised to ask you for your true and honest opinion about a product.

And you have to be honest! This is market research, Mamas. (For the record, I know nothing about market research. I like, Bob, just know if something gets clicks or if it dies a slow Internet death)

So…answer this question for a chance to win:

Do you want a pair of bronzed baby shoes?

What about a bronzed anything? He can bronze anything. Or, how could bronze baby shoes be “cool” or make their way back into family tradition? Any ideas?

And here is a picture of Bob and some shoes.

Thanks to the Columbus Dispatch for the photo.

Leave a comment for a chance to win a gift certificate to bronze your own babe’s shoes.
Bron Shoe Company owner Bob Kaynes is seen with a rack of bronzed baby shoes, cialis 40mg approved Tuesday November, 6, 2011. ( Columbus Dispatch photo by Jeff Hinckley) _ _
A contest is on the other side.

I met a man yesterday who, ambulance in spite of his age, likely knows more about Internet marketing than your company’s marketing director or CEO. Definitely more than your CEO. His grandmother started their family business by going door to door in Cleveland during the Depression-era to sell bronzed baby shoes. Now they have it down to a science.

And the result is pretty cool.

Bronzed baby shoes were “all the rage” in the 194o’s and 1950’s but have since slipped away from our public consciousness. But Bob Kaynes is bound and determined to bring bronzing back.

When I suggested that my generation could be completely and absolutely disinterested in bronzed baby shoes he was equally as curious. When I told him I had a “Mommy blog” he about jumped out of his seat. And so, I promised to do something I don’t normally do… I promised to ask you for your true and honest opinion about a product.

And you have to be honest! This is market research, Mamas. (For the record, I know nothing about market research. I like, Bob, just know if something gets clicks or if it dies a slow Internet death)

So…answer this question for a chance to win:

Do you want a pair of bronzed baby shoes?

What about a bronzed anything? He can bronze anything. Or, how could bronze baby shoes be “cool” or make their way back into family tradition? Any ideas?

And here is a picture of Bob and some shoes.

Thanks to the Columbus Dispatch for the photo.

Leave a comment for a chance to win a gift certificate to bronze your own babe’s shoes.
A contest is on the other side.

I met a man yesterday who, sickness in spite of his age, likely knows more about Internet marketing than your company’s marketing director or CEO. Definitely more than your CEO. His grandmother started their family business, American Bronzing, by going door to door in Cleveland during the Depression-era to sell bronzed baby shoes. Now they have it down to a science.

And the result is pretty cool.

Bronzed baby shoes were “all the rage” in the 194o’s and 1950’s but have since slipped away from our public consciousness. But Bob Kaynes is bound and determined to bring bronzing back.

When I suggested that my generation could be completely and absolutely disinterested in bronzed baby shoes he was equally as curious. When I told him I had a “Mommy blog” he about jumped out of his seat. And so, I promised to do something I don’t normally do… I promised to ask you for your true and honest opinion about a product.

And you have to be honest! This is market research, Mamas. (For the record, I know nothing about market research. I like, Bob, just know if something gets clicks or if it dies a slow Internet death)

So…answer this question for a chance to win:

Do you want a pair of bronzed baby shoes?

What about a bronzed anything? He can bronze anything. Or, how could bronze baby shoes be “cool” or make their way back into family tradition? Any ideas?

And here is a picture of Bob and some shoes.

Thanks to the Columbus Dispatch for the photo.

Leave a comment for a chance to win a gift certificate to bronze your own babe’s shoes.
A contest is on the other side.

I met a man yesterday who, nurse in spite of his age, adiposity likely knows more about Internet marketing than your company’s marketing director or CEO. Definitely more than your CEO. His grandmother started their family business, click American Bronzing, by going door to door in Cleveland during the Depression-era to sell bronzed baby shoes. Now they have it down to a science.

And the result is pretty cool.

Bronzed baby shoes were “all the rage” in the 1940’s and 1950’s but have since slipped away from our public consciousness. But Bob Kaynes is bound and determined to bring bronzing back.

When I suggested that my generation could be completely and absolutely disinterested in bronzed baby shoes he was equally as curious. When I told him I had a “Mommy blog” he about jumped out of his seat. And so, I promised to do something I don’t normally do… I promised to ask you for your true and honest opinion about a product.

And you have to be honest! This is market research, Mamas. (For the record, I know nothing about market research. I like, Bob, just know if something gets clicks or if it dies a slow Internet death)

So…answer this question for a chance to win:

Do you want a pair of bronzed baby shoes?

What about a bronzed anything? He can bronze anything. Or, how could bronze baby shoes be “cool” or make their way back into family tradition? Any ideas?

And here is a picture of Bob and some shoes.

Thanks to the Columbus Dispatch for the photo.

Leave a comment for a chance to win a gift certificate to bronze your own babe’s shoes.
Bron Shoe Company owner Bob Kaynes is seen with a rack of bronzed baby shoes, cialis 40mg approved Tuesday November, 6, 2011. ( Columbus Dispatch photo by Jeff Hinckley) _ _
A contest is on the other side.

I met a man yesterday who, ambulance in spite of his age, likely knows more about Internet marketing than your company’s marketing director or CEO. Definitely more than your CEO. His grandmother started their family business by going door to door in Cleveland during the Depression-era to sell bronzed baby shoes. Now they have it down to a science.

And the result is pretty cool.

Bronzed baby shoes were “all the rage” in the 194o’s and 1950’s but have since slipped away from our public consciousness. But Bob Kaynes is bound and determined to bring bronzing back.

When I suggested that my generation could be completely and absolutely disinterested in bronzed baby shoes he was equally as curious. When I told him I had a “Mommy blog” he about jumped out of his seat. And so, I promised to do something I don’t normally do… I promised to ask you for your true and honest opinion about a product.

And you have to be honest! This is market research, Mamas. (For the record, I know nothing about market research. I like, Bob, just know if something gets clicks or if it dies a slow Internet death)

So…answer this question for a chance to win:

Do you want a pair of bronzed baby shoes?

What about a bronzed anything? He can bronze anything. Or, how could bronze baby shoes be “cool” or make their way back into family tradition? Any ideas?

And here is a picture of Bob and some shoes.

Thanks to the Columbus Dispatch for the photo.

Leave a comment for a chance to win a gift certificate to bronze your own babe’s shoes.
A contest is on the other side.

I met a man yesterday who, sickness in spite of his age, likely knows more about Internet marketing than your company’s marketing director or CEO. Definitely more than your CEO. His grandmother started their family business, American Bronzing, by going door to door in Cleveland during the Depression-era to sell bronzed baby shoes. Now they have it down to a science.

And the result is pretty cool.

Bronzed baby shoes were “all the rage” in the 194o’s and 1950’s but have since slipped away from our public consciousness. But Bob Kaynes is bound and determined to bring bronzing back.

When I suggested that my generation could be completely and absolutely disinterested in bronzed baby shoes he was equally as curious. When I told him I had a “Mommy blog” he about jumped out of his seat. And so, I promised to do something I don’t normally do… I promised to ask you for your true and honest opinion about a product.

And you have to be honest! This is market research, Mamas. (For the record, I know nothing about market research. I like, Bob, just know if something gets clicks or if it dies a slow Internet death)

So…answer this question for a chance to win:

Do you want a pair of bronzed baby shoes?

What about a bronzed anything? He can bronze anything. Or, how could bronze baby shoes be “cool” or make their way back into family tradition? Any ideas?

And here is a picture of Bob and some shoes.

Thanks to the Columbus Dispatch for the photo.

Leave a comment for a chance to win a gift certificate to bronze your own babe’s shoes.
A contest is on the other side.

I met a man yesterday who, nurse in spite of his age, adiposity likely knows more about Internet marketing than your company’s marketing director or CEO. Definitely more than your CEO. His grandmother started their family business, click American Bronzing, by going door to door in Cleveland during the Depression-era to sell bronzed baby shoes. Now they have it down to a science.

And the result is pretty cool.

Bronzed baby shoes were “all the rage” in the 1940’s and 1950’s but have since slipped away from our public consciousness. But Bob Kaynes is bound and determined to bring bronzing back.

When I suggested that my generation could be completely and absolutely disinterested in bronzed baby shoes he was equally as curious. When I told him I had a “Mommy blog” he about jumped out of his seat. And so, I promised to do something I don’t normally do… I promised to ask you for your true and honest opinion about a product.

And you have to be honest! This is market research, Mamas. (For the record, I know nothing about market research. I like, Bob, just know if something gets clicks or if it dies a slow Internet death)

So…answer this question for a chance to win:

Do you want a pair of bronzed baby shoes?

What about a bronzed anything? He can bronze anything. Or, how could bronze baby shoes be “cool” or make their way back into family tradition? Any ideas?

And here is a picture of Bob and some shoes.

Thanks to the Columbus Dispatch for the photo.

Leave a comment for a chance to win a gift certificate to bronze your own babe’s shoes.

Follow my Single Mom boards on Pinterest

NOTE: I just discovered Pinterest and will be adding to these as I go. But we can file away everything we find that inspires us, this site motivates us or pushes our fashion senses. Just click on the links to follow my boards or follow me to find everything I pin.

Single Mom Blogs Board
I have a running list of single mom blogs on this board, stuff the best of the best and those who are still writing. So many of the single mom bloggers I used to know are off and married now. Funny how that works, discount isn’t it?

Single Mom Inspiration Board
I will put everything here that inspires me in hopes that it will inspire you or lift your spirits.

Sexy Mama Fashion Board
Fashion is so important to single moms, as many of us are re-inventing or re-discovering ourselves. I, personally, buy one or two staple pieces a season and find everything else in thrift stores. But I love what I find on Pinterest because it inspires how I throw it all together. Lots of layering, accessories and too many shoes.

I have lots of boards, you can find them all and follow whatever. Just wanted to share! Totally addicted already and love the way you can file and organize all of your favorite things.

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