Gabrielle Goodwin and her mother, Rozalynn are pictured with their "Gabby fun for hair" hair barrettes that are going to be sold in select Walgreens stores. Rozalynn Goodwin came up with the product idea after being frustrated with berets that continued to fall off her daughter's hair at pre-school. "I told her one day mommy is going to make you some berets that will stay in your hair," she said. "That was three years ago. God opened up so many doors to help us get this done."
Gabrielle Goodwin and her mother, Rozalynn are pictured with their "Gabby fun for hair" hair barrettes that are going to be sold in select Walgreens stores. Rozalynn Goodwin came up with the product idea after being frustrated with berets that continued to fall off her daughter's hair at pre-school. "I told her one day mommy is going to make you some berets that will stay in your hair," she said. "That was three years ago. God opened up so many doors to help us get this done." Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com
Gabrielle Goodwin and her mother, Rozalynn are pictured with their "Gabby fun for hair" hair barrettes that are going to be sold in select Walgreens stores. Rozalynn Goodwin came up with the product idea after being frustrated with berets that continued to fall off her daughter's hair at pre-school. "I told her one day mommy is going to make you some berets that will stay in your hair," she said. "That was three years ago. God opened up so many doors to help us get this done." Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com