MADISON, Wisconsin (WMTV) – When Kellie O’Brien couldn’t attend her family’s baby showers out of state last year, she did what a lot of people did in 2020 and got down turned to an online option.
While navigating the online world of video conferencing and virtual meetings can be difficult or uncomfortable for some, O’Brien saw an opportunity. She decided to organize the virtual showers for her family and discovered that she had a knack for it.
“Last year two of my sisters-in-law were waiting, and we were able to put virtual showers on them,” she said. “Subsequently, I just received an overwhelming response from attendees who would like me to be able to do this for them as a service because they wanted to put on exceptional showers for their daughter or daughters-in-law, but didn’t feel …
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