The Charley Rose Boutique

The Charley Rose Boutique Unique Children's Clothing and Collegiate Gear Hi Ya'll! Thank you for stopping by! We are a locally owned family run boutique. We love all things ADORABLE!

We got our start as Mom (Janice) and Me (Lanette) 1971--the year that I was born. Mom has been doing crafts as long as I can remember! When I was barely old enough to walk was the Macrame rage. I learned everything Macrame thanks to Mom. She did trade shows, markets, mall booths--ALL to get her product out there (whatever that was at the time.) In the 1980's we owned our own Gift Shop "Crafts by J

anice". We loved doing it but unfortunately sometimes life gets in the way and you have to change the way you do what you love. After the shop closed we started doing large Markets and Shows locally. We did the Quilt Show for a few years and then we found the Nutcracker Market. We have been doing this market for 15 years now and LOVE it. The question that I get asked the most at the Market is "Do you have a shop OR are you online?" Well, I can pleasantly answer "YES" now. Our customers have requested that we go online for years so HERE WE ARE as The Charley Rose Boutique. We love the flexibility that the online boutique gives us. You see, I have a younger brother that is mentally handicapped and requires round the clock care and supervision due to Epilepsy. I also have both of my elderly grandparents that we have in their own home with round the clock care which takes quite a bit of oversight. The icing on the cake is my exuberant 7 year old who is truly the inspiration for The Charley Rose Boutique--She happens to be my favorite model as well! Shop and have fun. Please feel free to contact us should you have any questions or special requests. Thank you for your visit! The Charley Rose Boutique~


Earlier today, officers responded to the Bank of America in Montebello regarding a patron who was causing a disturbance. Upon officer’s arrival, they discovered that a 92 year old man was trying to withdraw money from his account, however his California identification card was expired. Per the banks policy, because his identification card was expired, they were unable to fulfill his request. The gentleman was upset and the police were called.
Once officers arrived, Officer Robert Josett decided to take the man to the DMV in town to help him renew his identification card. With the assistance of the DMV, his identification card was renewed and he was taken back to the bank at which time he was able to withdraw money from his account. He thanked Officer Josett and went on his way.
Credit: Montebello Police Department


Those eyes... too adorable 🥺❤🥰


Let's end the day as usual with a funny from Mad Maxine and Floyd! :) LOL!



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