JUSTIN MITCHELL/SUN HERALDHallie Waldrep comforts daughter Isabella, 1, at her natural baby products boutique, Maternal Instinct. Waldrep also offers natural parenting education for young or low-income mothers.
JUSTIN MITCHELL/SUN HERALDHallie Waldrep comforts daughter Isabella, 1, at her natural baby products boutique, Maternal Instinct. Waldrep also offers natural parenting education for young or low-income mothers.
JUSTIN MITCHELL/SUN HERALDHallie Waldrep comforts daughter Isabella, 1, at her natural baby products boutique, Maternal Instinct. Waldrep also offers natural parenting education for young or low-income mothers.

Cloth diapers, babywearing are part of Pascagoula natural baby boutique

January 09, 2016 09:35 PM

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