Once upon a time there was a man who was soon to be a daddy,
who’s wife had a love for indy shops, and since they owned one themselves, they were both interested in what other shops offer and supporting them.
One evening his wife shows him this new shop she was introduced to called Lu and Ed, because they had the cutest little monsters available.
This daddy-to-be was shown by his wife, the mama-to-be, this cute monster named Greffly, because he stuck out and since they were having a girl it was a little more universal color wise.
Now, his wife shows him a lot of different indie shops – naturally – so she thought nothing of it.
A few weeks later while eating dinner, this daddy-to-be makes mention of “so…that awesome monster in that one shop.”
…really breaks it down right?….
“Greffly? The one I showed you in the Lu and Ed Shop a few weeks ago?”
“Yes! That one! I’ve decided we need it for baby A.”
Now, considering this daddy-to-be remembered this specific monster spoke volumes, so naturally this little monster…
…had to become part of our family.
Meet “Greffly” – well, “Greffy” as he has been called since he arrived in our home.
He is waiting here in our home in anticipation for baby A.
Direct quote from Ryan “I have never been so excited for a stuffed animal in my life!”
So, not only is Greff adorable, all the monsters in the Lu and Ed shop are so affordable, and one of a kind. Each has their own name and own little story in the describing the monster.
So. Stinkin. Cute.
And if the awesomeness coming out of the shop wasn’t enough, I have met my match when it comes to promoters of Small Businesses – Cody, the owner, is such a sweet gal, definitely as fun as the monsters in her shop and has a heart the size of Texas – and friends – she is from MO, my home state’s next door neighbor.
I can’t say enough about this shop or Cody herself.