Pregnant women and new moms are the target audience, women in their 20s and 30s. The location, to start, is Tampa Bay, FL (though we hope to expand beyond FL). Most of the women will be educated. The programs are separated into six week "terms" and the events are called "socials"
Small Fry Society is for moms and their babies up to age three
Bun in the Oven Bunch is for moms-to-be
These are busy, multi-tasking moms and mom-to-be (and even multi-tasking babies).
I am envisioning a hip, modern, attractive pregnant woman who has a cell phone in one hand, a baby educational book in the other hand,a purse with laptop sticking out of it, shopping bag over shoulder with Bun in the Oven Bunch written on it, high heels, fitted jeans and a top. She shouldn't be too skinny and should look playful and happy. Any other cute things you can think of that she should be carrying/wearing as a pregnant woman would be great. Humor is always appreciated . Small Fry Society should be spelled out on top or below the woman and baby.
A hip, attractive mom in a dress who has a cute, hip baby in a stroller with a coffee and cell phone sticking out of the top of it, a pilates mat hanging out of the stroller, and an attractive purse/diaper bag with SF (as if to copy the F for Fendi logo) all over it and the words Small Fry Society in big print on the bag. Any other cute things you can think of that she should be carrying/wearing as a mom would be great. Stroller isn't absolutely necessary, open to options, like mom holding baby. Humor is always appreciated. Bunch in the Oven Bunch should be spelled out on top of below the woman and the baby.
Both Small Fry Society and Bunch in the Oven Bunch (the words) should be easily separable from the women and baby, and the pregnant woman .
The pregnant woman, and the woman and baby should be back to back. These figures should be easily separable in case I need to use them separately.