Carolyn Browne Tamler

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    Feb262015

    2-26-15 Bring a baby to work and build your business

    There are two places I patronize on Whidbey that offer a special incentive: Come say “Hello” to a cute baby while you’re there.  I don’t know if this is a new trend on Whidbey, but I suspect babies at work might be a little more acceptable in our more relaxed lifestyle than in a metropolitan area.

    At any rate, I did a story this week about the new Salon Bella at Bayview, which features, along with highly professional hair stylists, a charming 7-month old “Bella” (short for Margaret Bella) : http://www.whidbeylocal.com/guide/blog/2015/02/555/at-salon-bella-in-bayview-it-s-all-about-making-people-feel-good  Bella is in the salon every work day, and Talmadge and Chelsie take turns holding her while the other person tends to a client.  Often, Bella is happy just playing in her baby walker.  It’s almost impossible not to want to go over and play with Bella before and after a hair appointment.