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Mama' s shop allows mum and dad to borrow, hire and sell baby items.
However, an enterprising mother has created a website that assists Australians to lease their baby items to their peers - while earning a little additional money. 33-year-old Eva Wintersberger came up with the first Tree Hut Village concept when she and her companion Tom were getting ready for a Whitsundays vacation with her baby.
Claudia gave the family $30 for their help, as they also gave her and Tom advice on things to do in the area. Eva and Tom knew after this experiment that they wanted to give their peers an easier way to hire their baby equipment and borrow it to those who needed it.
The Tree Hut Village was operational after a year of research, developing and providing coverage for products and third party insurances for all operations. They then work together to determine collection schedules and places, many of them providing at the airports. In October 2016 she tried a full featured website and officially launched the Tree Hut Village in February.
She has already earned $550 in less than two month just for using her own website by purchasing a BabyZen YoYo for Max who is now 16 month old after leasing her Bugaboo five time. Eva liked the most about the site because it gives mothers the opportunity to spend money on items they have been spending for centuries and earn some money for themselves.
Every mother wants the best for her baby, now they can earn some extra cash and be a "mom-preneuer," she said. She said, "I was really amazed by the nature of the listing of folks, they are items from BabyZen and Bugaboo - really good things that you would be paying a lot of cash for if you rented them.
There is also the possibility for the parent to hire items that they may already have at home and give their baby a stroller or baby stroller that they are already used to. One of the mothers recently brought her own auto chair to an expecting mom who will have a baby in three months. Eva and Tom will now open the Tree Hut Village in New Zealand over the next three week period to help traveling families on their way to their favorite kiwis.