Momprenuer- A female business owner who is actively balancing the role of MOM and the role of entrepreneur.

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Priscilla rodriguez

Priscilla is a Color Street Representative and member of our Small Business Mom’s Group. Priscilla is a wife and mother of three children ages 1, 2 & 4! She is also a Pre-school teacher at Yorktown Baptist Mother’s Day Out.

We asked Priscilla what made her choose to be her own Boss with Color Street, and here’s what she had to say:

“There was a video of someone applying Color Street products and I couldn’t stop watching it! I ordered it, tried it, and loved it….It’s nice that I can share my own joy of self love with other Moms out there. It has really taken off! ”

The journey for Priscilla from Mom to Momprenuer has allowed her family more financial freedom, given her extra family time and even opportunity to treat herself to date nights with her husband.

If you are thinking about becoming a Momprenuer here are some words of wisdom from Priscilla:

You never know how far you’ll go until you just try.

Priscilla can’t wait to show you how fun her tool free manicures from Color Street are! Check out her upcoming Pop-up Shows at PLAY!

Find out more about Priscilla’s Color Street HERE!


Sarah Livas

Sarah Livas is a Lula Roe Representative and member of our Small Business Mom’s Group. Sarah is originally from North Carolina, where she met her husband, Rodney, of ten years. Together they have three children ages 4, 7 & 9. In addition to Lula Roe, Sarah and her Husband own a local Taco Shop!

Here’s what Sarah had to say about why she chose to be her own boss with Lula Roe.

“I do it because it’s comfortable, and my kids and I love it! Doing things that make my kids happy and give me extra time with them is what matters. My kids are able to help me and it is even teaching them how to be responsible with money!”

If you are interested in being a Momprenuer here are some words from Sarah:

# 1: Never Give Up, the moment you say you can’t is the moment you fail!

# 2: Stay organized and set realistic goals for your business.

Sarah has made many new friendships through her Lula Roe business and is eager to share all of her favorite things with you at her upcoming Pop-Up Shows at PLAY!

To learn more about Sarah’s Lula Roe clothing click HERE!


Celeste Rittgers

Celeste is a native to Corpus Christi and has been married to her husband David for going on 8 years. They have two wonderful and energetic boys John and Dean. She describes her family as very laid back.They enjoy playing games and watching movies cuddled on the couch. Celeste is the proud owner of Rittgers Media, a photography company.

Celeste shared a little bit about how she got started.

“I began taking photography back in high school and fell in love with it. I have done it as a hobby and small side business for 10 years now! I love taking photos that will become wonderful memories for families for years to come. Knowing these awesome people love the photos I take for them makes my heart beam with joy. “

Celeste had some advice for Mom’s who want to take to leap!

Do what you love. Don't focus on trying to find something to solely make money. It will burn you out so fast! If you love what you do, that will show through your craft. 

Check out Celeste’s facebook page HERE!


Gwendolyn Creacy

Gwendolyn is the mother of 13-year-old boy and devoted partner to her boyfriend of 3 years. She describes herself as a very talkative, outgoing, and spontaneous person. Gwendolyn always feels like she is on the go and finds new things to do which she says is a blessing and a curse! Gwendolyn is an Independent Consultant for Paparazzi Accessories.

Gwendolyn shared how she got into the business:

“I began as a customer and was immediately addicted to the jewelry and when I saw how successful you could be, I wanted to be a part of it. I recently joined in October and have only been a consultant for 2 months and my business has already grown!…I do what I do because I love what I sell! This has really given me a chance to spend more time with my son. I hope one day that this will be the only job I do where I can work the hours I want to work and not the hours that somebody else wants me to work.”

Gwendolyn has some words of wisdom for future Momprenuers:

Take the Leap! Inventory is Key! Don't be afraid to keep trying hard to be successful! If one company isn't working for you, don't give up on finding one that will! 

Check out all of the fun accessories Gwendolyn has HERE!


Gabrielle Hernandez

Gabrielle is the Mother of two beautiful children Jordyn 11, Jude 2 1/2. She is always on the lookout for fun & unique antiques for her house, but her true calling is beauty and fashion. She decided to take the plunge and start her own Cosmetic tattooing business called Elle Elizabeth.

Why Cosmetic Tattooing? Here’s what Gabrielle says:

“I have always been interested in the beauty industry. I studied art in college as well as cosmetology and aesthetics and makeup application. I love what I do, I have the opportunity to enhance the beauty of all of my clients. This has helped me be able to make my own schedule and spend more time with my family….the most important thing in the WORLD!”

Gabrielle’s advice for persons wanting to start their own business:

Practice your trade and when you are ready, and have support of family, make the jump to just do it! Support from family is super important!

Want to learn more about Cosmetic tattooing? Visit Gabrielle’s page HERE!

Or follow her on Instagram @elle_Fitness.Beauty