Jenna Hill and Wayward Daisy

We spent the most delightful sunny summer afternoon with Jenna Hill, founder of Wayward Daisy, at Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens.

I met Jenna at a trunk show a few months ago where I had been to meet another local Mompreneur, the founder of Zofia day. At the same trunk show, I met Lindsy, the founder Flora Aura Designs. One trunk show, three inspiring ladies. 

Jenna is one of the sweetest, most humble women you will ever meet. Along with the sugar and spice and everything nice she possesses just the right amount of grit, sass, and sense of humor all of which make her a delight to be around. She is raising two very well behaved, intelligent children and has founded and operates two separate businesses.

Wayward Daisy Dolls with the Nurture Blog

First the dolls. Jenna spends four hours lovingly cutting, assembling and sewing each of these beauties by hand. The clothing and hair are removable making the dress up possibilities endless. When you purchase your doll, she is fully outfitted. However, all of the pieces are interchangeable and additional outfits are sold separately. These lovely girls, their clothes, and accessories are machine-washable. Jenna creates a new collection every season. Every little girl should own at least one. These beautiful darlings are available for purchase on the Wayward Daisy Website and are also available in San Diego County at Magical Child Boutique in Encinitas and Sea and Wander Boutique in Cardiff.

Secondly, Jenna has started Flower Bouquet delivery subscriptions. In addition to being able to sew her little heart out, Jenna has a green thumb; she grows a variety of beautiful organic flowers on her micro-farm. The crop she started for personal use has become so prolific that she decided to share the fresh, delicate blooms with a set of subscribers. Jenna provides weekly, bi-monthly, monthly floral bouquet deliveries right to your doorstep. At this time she serves north San Diego County including Vista, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas and San Marcos.

Hopefully, this was enough information to wet your appetite for dolls and florals, check out the Wayward Daisy website for more details.