There are many ways to go bankrupt.
One of them is to become a celebrity.
The other is to be a dad.
In a recent case in the U.K., childwear entrepreneur Trevor Carter found a way to turn his brand, Tyler D. Childwear, into a full-time dad.
Carter has been in bankruptcy protection since 2013 after losing a lawsuit with the mother of his four children, whom he was trying to help get back together.
Carter’s children were born with Down Syndrome.
They were taken from him at birth, when he was just 15, and sent to live with his grandparents in England.
Carter decided to start a company and create the brand after seeing it as a way of giving back to the community.
“We wanted to give back to people who are in need,” Carter told Billboard.
“When you have a kid, you want them to be able to go to school and be able buy a car, but that’s not always the case.”
After years of struggling, Carter’s wife, a nurse named Sarah, gave birth to a son in March 2016.
He decided to give his daughter, Tiffany, to help with their financial difficulties.
“They’ve been very supportive and have been amazing,” Carter said of the couple’s children.
Carter says his children and Tiffany are the most difficult part of his business.
Tiffany’s mother, who is a nurse, had to give up her job when her son was born.
Carter, who has two children of his own, was able to get a job at the family’s clothing store after a few years of trying.
Carter believes he’s not the only person in the industry who has faced childwear lawsuits, and says he’s received support from others too.
“There are people in the music industry, there are people at work who are facing similar issues,” Carter added.
“I know many people that have been in trouble.
There’s nothing worse than going bankrupt, so to speak.”
The first time Carter had to take action, it was as a parent.
Carter and his wife had just moved into a new house in the summer of 2016 and had been living in a rented trailer.
He said he was worried about his finances and felt he needed to do something.
“My wife and I were struggling,” Carter recalled.
Carter said that after Tiffany was born, he went back to his house and started shopping for clothes for Tiffany. “
It was so traumatic for us, we didn’t know how to deal with it.”
Carter said that after Tiffany was born, he went back to his house and started shopping for clothes for Tiffany.
Carter was able get her a dress, but the dress was too small.
Carter took her to the nursery and asked for her size.
The nurse’s daughter told him she was just 5 1/2 inches tall and that she needed a size 7.
“So we got her a size 9,” Carter explained.
“After that, it really felt like a relief because I had to do it again and again.
But it’s a little bit of a learning curve.”
The family now has two small children.
Tiffany has been wearing a size 8 dress since she was three months old.
Carter said he is grateful that Tiffany has not had any problems since her birth.
“She’s a lovely little girl,” Carter continued.
“If there’s anything that she needs, she will just ask me.
She loves to play, she loves to do everything.”
Carter has had to make some hard decisions, but he said that he has learned from his mistakes and is willing to take a few steps back.
“A lot of the time, you get through it,” Carter admitted.
“You can go back and do it differently.”