Pitter Patter is the first baby & children’s boutique in Old Town Louisville in several decades.
Tucked inside a little navy house, on historic Louisville’s Main Street, sits Pitter Patter, a small boutique devoted to treasuring childhood moments.
“Pitter Patter is bringing families a place where children are cherished and life’s most precious moments are celebrated. We are delighted daily to share in our customer’s excitement over a new birth, a visit from the Tooth Fairy or even a little treat for a job well done,” says owner Liz Connor.
Pitter Patter’s boys and girls clothing collection currently range in ages from newborn to six. What’s unique about the boutique, in addition to being Louisville’s first baby and children’s store in several decades, is that it goes far beyond a simple store to pop in for a present.
“Our gifts and accessories aim to fascinate children’s imagination and make parenting a little bit easier in any way that we can. We are parents ourselves and know a clever little feature, like the EZPZ MiniMat’s ability to suction to surfaces, can make a big difference to families,” explains Connor.
“Our goal when opening Pitter Patter was to bring to our community a place where the whimsy and charm of childhood is captured, where parents are put at ease and have a selection not commonly found and grandparents can celebrate the new beginnings in their growing families.”
Moms will find small, hard-to-resist luxuries, such as organic skincare and jewelry as well. Children’s clothing is crafted from high-quality materials, including multiple organic and socially responsible lines. With accessories, toys, gifts and home décor items, Pitter Patter has a little something for everyone this holiday season.
“Our elves are feverishly planning special events and purchases to build on the excitement every child should have this time of year. We’d like to make shopping during the holidays magical, not a chore. So, we’re offering free gift wrap, gift valet and special promotions through the season to help families enjoy their children’s enchantment instead of dreading their long wish lists,” says Connor.
931 Main Street