Moms who made millions on 'Oprah'

Filed under: Just For Moms, Celeb Parents, That's Entertainment

I missed this show on Friday and I'm a bit disappointed. On Feb. 2, 2007, Oprah featured momtrepreneurs who'd made it big. Like millionaire big. Like the, "Why didn't I think of that?" kicking yourself kind of big.

From the woman who invented Jibbitz, (accessories for those love 'em or hate 'em Crocs) and the Food Network's Paula Dean, to a wedding dress designer and more, the show proves that motherhood doesn't equal the death of your brain. Plus Oprah announced a huge contest with QVC, asking you to submit your idea for a great invention. So you still have a chance to make your dreams become reality, moms!

Thanks to the amazing Oprah.com website, you can follow all the stories, watch video clips from the show and even find out more about the contest. If anyone watched the show, I'd be interested in hearing what you thought of it.
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