Boss Baby?

Boss Baby 3

A client recently suggested I put a headset on my belly while holding client meetings. His personal experience is that both of his boys rule the roost and are bosses of the house, so surely they assumed the boss baby role from mom and dad pre-birth and post.

His recommendation is from the position that if our baby girl hears me conducting business now, she will obviously think she, too, is a boss when she makes her arrival.

I laughed, “I’m pretty sure she’s going to think that anyway. Between her mama, her daddy, and her disposition as a newborn, the cards are stacked.”

Earlier this week while on client Zooms I giggled again. She was flipping and moving and poking during my meetings and I couldn’t help but wonder if she wanted to weigh-in on the conversation.

Strategist and woman-in-business in the making? We’ll just have to see. Maybe she’ll take over the family business some day.

Bring on the boss baby! :o)


  1. Sue Swain on March 11, 2022 at 9:59 am

    Wow Jamie this is priceless!!

    Your story made me smile. The ultrasound pictures of Adelyn are AMAZING!!! Look at the detailed development: legs, head formation, the skeleton …. so detailed!! And obviously they are functional because she’s moving and kicking!

    Following your pregnancy is so incredible to watch, Jamie. It is totally stunning and amazing and revealing the Greatness of God. Thank you for sharing your experience. May all of us open the eyes of our heart to see and know that God Is.


  2. Jen on March 14, 2022 at 7:27 pm

    I love this! It has to be so cool to feel her moving around during your meetings.

    • Jamie Teasdale on March 14, 2022 at 7:43 pm

      It’s pretty amazing, Jen. Miraculous and so much fun!

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Jamie Teasdale founded Propel Businessworks, a small business development company, in 2009. Since then, she has been lending insight and creativity to businesses all over the U.S., giving them the tools they need to plan, promote, and prosper.

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