Who We Are
As a homeschooling mom of 3,
I’m always looking for new ways to fuel my daughters’ love of learning, and tools to help them out on their next adventures. As I find products that are helping us in our journeys, we decided to start offering them to others.
One of our favorite products are the 4×6 photo albums that we use when studying our Classical Conversations memory work. We decided we needed something we couldn’t find in the market currently, and developed 5×7 soft, flexible photo albums as well. With 48 pockets, they are perfect for our 24 weeks of work. Learning the ins and outs of the manufacturing, marketing and selling has been quite the family adventure as we work together to make CocoPolka a success.
The name CocoPolka came from the combination of some family nicknames for our girls (Baba was born too late to get included in the company name).
I hope you enjoy our products!
Boss of Everything
Not as interesting as our children. Head of homeschooling, Classical Conversations Challenge A Director, Web Diva, famously clutzy, wildly geeky. Sorted into Ravenclaw.
Head of Explaining Confusing Financials
Holds his own in a bevy of females (even cat’s a girl). Programmer extraordinaire, ignorer of signs at national parks. Thinks he’s sorted into Ravenclaw, daughters insist he’s Slytherin.
Chief Opinion Sharer
Coco, our oldest, is 13. She is our creative tinkerer, explorer, rock climbing, aspiring writer and filmmaker. Flying high with Civil Air Patrol, loving on her bunny, and fulfills every stereotype of oldest child. Sorted into Gryffindor.
Director of Drama
Polka, our middlest, is 12. She is our artistic fashionista who wants to grow up to be a missionary, comedienne and baker. Yeah. You read that right. Obsessed with her guinea pigs. Sorted into Hufflepuff.
Head Product Tester
Baba, our babiest, is 5. She is our rough and tumble, holds-her-own-with-big-sisters, little girl on the move. Obsessed with excavators and Lightning McQueen. Voted most likely to be sorted into Slytherin, currently playing the role of Peeves.