Triangle Children’s Resource Guide is run by Michelle Fish. When I asked Michelle how TCRG got started, here’s what she had to tell me:
“Before becoming a mom of five I was a paramedic and after having my second child realized I couldn’t keep those hours anymore. My husband and I purchased Kid to Kid in Cary in 2007 because I fell in love with the concept of selling your used baby items. As a small business owner I saw a need for a simple to the point advertising outlet for kid friendly and mom based businesses that didn’t cost a fortune. As a mom I saw the need for a resource of fun and different things to do. I also wanted to have a kids eat cheap section to of course save a little when we go out to eat with all those kiddos. I also organize the Holly Springs Mommies Meet up group and the moms are always looking for something to do with and without the kids. So it just made since. My biggest challenge so far is working from home with the little kids, and of course them not understanding deadlines. Having to stop and look at everything every five seconds and making a simple phone call with out the receiver hearing my children yelling 🙂
It also features all the places “Kids Eat Cheap” in and around the Triangle.
So head on over to their website http://www.childrensresourceguide.com and facebook page https://www.facebook.com/childrensresourceguide and check it out for yourself.