About Moochie Moo
Moochie-Moo I.D. wristbands were first developed when Lisa Sherrington, (at the time an Early Years teacher and photographer), lost sight of her little boy in a shopping centre for the briefest of moments. Realising that he had no form of identification on him, she knew that anyone who was to find him would have no idea of his name or a phone number to call. Fortunately he was found within minutes, however the incident sparked off a hunt to find some form of I.D. in a funky design, that Lisa knew her son would love wearing when he went out, but Lisa was amazed to find that worldwide, no such product existed.
Moochie-Moo was then developed and a range of 15 wristbands was designed and manufactured. Due to the popularity of the product with both parents and most importantly, children, the business rapidly expanded with stockists and distributors taking on Moochie-Moo ID wristbands worldwide.
The next part of the Moochie-Moo story developed following a move from Brisbane to coastal Airlie Beach. Missing the range of unique, quality children’s products available in the city, Lisa decided to add “a few products” to her range of wristbands to allow parents in more remote areas of Australia to access some of the beautiful products available in city boutique baby shops.
The “few products” quickly grew into hundreds (and continues to grow into the thousands!), and www.moochiemoo.com very quickly became one of the largest online stores of its kind in Australia. Showcasing a stunning range of products including children's furniture and bedroom accessories, gorgeous personalised jewellery, unique imported gifts and toys, pregnancy clothing, and of course, a great range of funky ID wristbands for kids, there is definitely something for everyone!
As we are constantly sourcing new products for pregnancy, babies, children, teens, mums and dads, visit the site regularly to keep up to date on “What’s new at Moochie-Moo”.
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