Babble's Top 50 "Mompreneurs"

"They cook, they clean and, between naptimes, they run kickass companies. For those who run their own mom-centric firms, the responsibilities of motherhood are only half the battle...."

Babble, an online parenting magazine that has a readership of 5 million unique visitors per month (i.e., they're huge), recently released their Top 50 "mompreneurs" list. The list includes mommy entrepreneurs that have accomplished some pretty cool things. For example, # 1 is Julie Aigner-Clark, who with some ingenuity and $15,000 of her own money, invented the Baby Einstein video series. She and her husband filmed the first one in their basement. By their 5th year, they were making $20 million in sales. Nice!

We hope to be on that list in the future, but for now we're really happy to be counted among the reader nominated favorites. There's some pretty cool businesses on that list too, and the voting is still open so who knows where we'll end up. But as of today we are # 5 out of 121 nominees. We'll take that!

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