Kid tested, Mom Approved: Look Ma I can Drive

This morn­ing I was dri­ving my son to school with at least 101 thoughts going through my mind at the same time. I snapped out of it when my son with his sing-song voice said "MaaAaaa, you missed your exit, you're going to have to turn around!" Isa­iah, 4, has been a back seat dri­ver since he was two so it's only appro­pri­ate that now he has his own ride.

On Sat­ur­day Isa­iah was the recip­i­ent of a brand new bike that look exactly like a motor­cy­cle and he in fact insists that I call it that. He of course can't pro­nounce the word him­self and calls it a MUR­DER­cyle, but fine, I play along. So what makes things even more per­fect is the pack­age that I received in the mail today from SFMODO Design. It's Isaiah's very own per­son­al­ized license plate that I mounted on the back of his mur­der­cy­cle. It's per­fectly cute!

SFMODO Designs is a new com­pany that cur­rently spe­cial­izes in cus­tomized stroller plates. Indi­vid­u­als can cus­tom make a baby name plate( max 9 char­ac­ters) with the birth month and year. Par­ents have 3 dif­fer­ent mount­ing options:

1. Mount the plate to the stroller as it has a Vel­cro back.
2. Attach plate to any flat sur­face and take it off with­out ever dam­ag­ing the plate. A flat sur­face can be a wall, door or what­ever you want it to be.
3. Hang plate on a string if one does not want to use Vel­cro. You can attach it to any bike or trike.

It's a fun and unique gift to have or to offer to someone.

"Our inspi­ra­tion was our twin girls who we had back in Decem­ber. They are 8 month old. " says Sara Moufarrige-Doepke, "Cur­rently we only do plates for Cal­i­for­nia but are look­ing into cre­at­ing indi­vid­ual stroller plates for all 50 states and also adding other prod­ucts to our line."

Order your cus­tomized stroller plate from SFMODO Designs and tell them you were referred by Mymompreneur.com!

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