Jessica on a Mission:
“I started as a Postpartum Doula when Sky was a toddler as I wanted to support women as they transitioned into motherhood. I remember my first few weeks with Sky and I was so overwhelmed. The more I spoke to women, the more I realized that we didn’t have a place where women could get clothing and bras for themselves with support and guidance. I made so many mistakes buying clothing while I was pregnant and postpartum. I spent way too much money on bras I only wore once or twice because they didn’t fit properly. Then I struggled to find clothing that would make breastfeeding easier. I had to order from a company in Australia off of Etsy. So I created a space that solved both these problems. Now I’ve grown this to support women throughout their entire pregnancy and postpartum periods. I’m so thankful I get to support women throughout their first few years of motherhood.” - Jessica
Our ‘why’ has always been about supporting women as they transition through motherhood. Everything we do goes back to that. Whether it’s allowing kids to come into work or offering flexible hours to ensure that moms can make school drop off and pick up, we know that supporting moms supports the entire family. In addition to supporting women at work, we do fundraisers for organizations like Moms Mental Health Initiative and Brady Wynn Foundation. You can find us out in the community making sure moms have a spot to feed or change a baby at different festivals. Have an event that needs an infant feeding space? Connect with us.
Meet the Featherstones:
Jessica lives in Cedarburg with her daughter Sky, her husband Daniel, and a German Shepherd. Jessica enjoys supporting women, watercolor painting, coffee, and reading fantasy books.. You can follow Jessica on Instagram at @wiarewildflowers.
Meet the Team:
Our team consists of women who love supporting women through maternity and postpartum. Our team are mothers who are working that delicate home/work balance and making sure the kids are in the right spot at the right time. You may even find a kid or two hanging out at the boutique watching their moms handle it all like the bosses they are.