FAQs

Is Madison-Drake named for your children?
Madison and Drake are actually street names in our hometown.

Is your site secure?
You can always feel comfortable making a purchase through our website. Madison-Drake is committed to protecting your information and utilizes PCI compliant payment processors, including Paypal. Madison-Drake Children's Boutique does not retain or store any sensitive cardholder information. 

When will my order ship?
Unless we have made an unacceptable inventory mistake, absolutely everything you see on our website is in stock. Orders are processed and shipped directly from our storefront location within 1-2 business days. Madison-Drake does not use drop-ship companies to fulfill purchases from our customers.

Do you monogram?
We do offer monogramming, and this option is available on many of our product pages. If monogram options are not listed for an item that you would like to have personalized or if you have any special font and/or thread color requests, please contact us directly by email so that we can better accommodate your needs.

Why don’t you carry a larger size range of boy’s shortalls and longalls?
This is a long-debated topic, especially among mothers of baby boys. Basically it comes down to two major factors. First of all, there are quite a lot of parents (primarily those of the male persuasion) who think it’s inappropriate to dress an older male toddler in a jon-jon or longall. Several of our manufacturers realize this fact and allow us to substitute an additional 2T or 3T instead of forcing us to buy a size that most likely won’t sell. Unfortunately, there are still manufacturers that don’t allow substitutions, and we have chosen to only carry those toddler boy designs up through 24 months. Secondly, we tend to be pretty practical and have had a really hard time trying to figure out how a (hopefully) potty-trained older toddler is going to bend over and snap up the legs on his longall. If you find something you need in a 4T, please let us know and we will be more than happy to try and find one for you.

What is layette?
By definition, layette actually means “a set of clothes for a newborn”. For Madison-Drake’s intents and purposes, the term layette is used to classify items such as newborn take home outfits, sacks, daygowns, cotton playsuits, baby blankets, booties, hats and sweaters.