Life with five kids may seem chaotic to some, but for this issue’s Momtrepreneur, Amy Miller, it is all about priorities—family being in her top spot. But life as a business owner means offering quality items at affordable prices. And who better to inform you than a mom of children with such a varied age range!
Momtrepreneur: Amy Miller
Business Name: Sweet Repeats
Business Established: In 2012
Children: Jaden, 11, Ally, 10, and Goose, 2
What are your kids’ names and ages?
I currently have two foster placements that are 1 and 2 years old.
How long have you been in business?
We have been in business just over a year.
What can customers look forward to when coming to the store?
Great prices and clean stuff! I am very picky when I buy or at least try.
What inspired you to begin Sweet Repeats?
I wanted something that would work around my kids’ schedules.
What did you do before starting the business?
Before Sweet Repeats, I managed Stride Rite at the Battlefield Mall for more than five years.
How do you balance responsibilities to the store with your home life?
The big thing that I am finding out is that you just have to remember what is important. My priorities will usually keep me in check!
What advice do you have for other moms starting a business?
My advice would be to make sure you love it and always put your kids first!
Contact Sweet repeats
Sweet Repeats is a new resale shop in Nixa. They carry new and used name brand clothing for men, women and children. Sweet Repeats carries all of the latest styles and fashions at the most affordable prices.