Items tagged “Children (4-7 years)”

Be careful what you wish for… how many parents have said this to their kids? Usually such advice is instantly disregarded but in a new, fantasy adventure story the message comes through loud and clear. Writer Rachel McGrath has taken this old adage and crafted Mud on Your Face, a story that centers around Gus, a seven-year old boy who feels left out despite — or maybe because of — his very large family of eight brothers and sisters including a pair of twin girls. Of course, Gus wonders what his life would be like if he were he an only child. Then, on a family camping trip, Gus gets lost in the woods…

Kids are ever-changing, and that includes their personal sense of style. From baby to tween, they’ll go through several different favorite colors, animals, etc. Their bedrooms will reflect that, but repainting walls every year can be a hassle. Tempaper makes it easy with their self-adhesive, repositionable, removable wallpaper! Adding even more options to choose from, Tempaper is excited to announce the ALL NEW juvenile line: Tempaper Tots by P’kolino. Tempaper Tots by P’kolino is a collaboration between Tempaper’s state-of-the-art and eco-friendly materials with P’kolino’s playfully stylish prints.

The perfect outdoor electronics companion is finally here, in the form of a portable sun shade. The ShadyFace Sunshade makes going to the beach, cruising on a boat, and hanging out at the park convenient for all media devices. Its lightweight, compact design makes transportation a breeze, plus its patented swivel is the first of its kind to allow the user total control of the amount of shade desired. Able to be secured in any environment, the ShadyFace Sunshade offers ample storage and bluetooth speakers to further enhance the user’s experience.

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Caletha Crawford

The Entourage™ Stroller Answers Parents’ Need to Carry Lots of “Stuff” with the Most Versatility and Storage Capacity on the Market

Austin, Texas, Sept. 29, 2015 — Parents searching for the stroller that “does it all” can look no further. Austlen Baby Co. makes its debut in the juvenile product industry at the ABC Kids Expo, Oct. 18-21, 2015, in Las Vegas, with the introduction of the Entourage stroller, featuring the most versatility and storage capacity on the market.

Depending on where you are in the world, maybe the climate isn’t making you think of swimwear. But winter trips to tropical climates and upcoming spring break fashion needs will have you clamoring for the latest suits to let your customers set their kids on the beach in style. Move on from simple colors and basic one-pieces and dive into patterns and suits with designs intricate enough for ball gowns. With dressy options from Froufrou & Company and Isobella & Chloe, plus practical sun protection from Little Red Fish and Platypus Australia, you are sure to assemble the collection that will please all your discerning buyers and make you the one-stop-shop before the beach.

Shoppers go gaga over handcrafted wooden toys, remembering the hours of playtime pleasure they enjoyed way back when. A Summer Afternoon offers a host of natural wooden toys made from top quality hardwoods that are elegantly simple in design with oodles of play value. A Summer Afternoon is a family affair helmed by the Nuland family with “assistance” from five — count ‘em — sons as well as Erin’s Dad and a nephew who drop in to lend a hand when orders pile up.

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One of the most popular fashion/lifestyle genres in North America is the casual-outdoors look, made popular by brands like L.L. Bean and Lands’ End. These brands offer essentials like cable knit sweaters, corduroy pants, heavy rain gear and field coats. This genre has become a staple of department stores, boutiques and better clothing catalogs from coast to coast. Sovereign Code is a standout company providing this clean, casual look. The company started out as a men’s brand and has branched out to include a boy’s label as well. True to its heritage, Sovereign Code’s Boys collection has a definite outdoorsy feel.

Every year, the flu and cold season seems to get worse and worse with new nasty versions of viruses or bacteria popping up. Now parents can arm their kids with an extra boost to beat the blustery cold and flu season, without giving them all the junk or sugar that hides in the usual “kid vitamins.” KidzSprinkles is a genius doctor mom invention that gives parents a sugar-free way to get important vitamins and probiotics into little tummies. Works for adults too. Simply sprinkle on any food or drink and get a boost of vitamins, enzymes, minerals and probiotics.

While clothing gets the majority of attention at this time of year, supplies and accessories like pencil cases, binders, and of course, backpacks, are essential for not only a student’s academic life, but also their ability to remain organized, cool and confident. School brings along with it new opportunities for extracurricular activities, trips, sporting and social events that may require kid-size suitcases, shoulder bags and other types of carry-ons. Companies like PetSac, Animal Head Backpacks, Hug-mi and Okiedog all have something new and different to offer.

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pediped introduces their new Kenadi boot named in memory of Kenadi Jean Weis, a beautiful young girl who died when she was just 5 1/2 years old. Kenadi suffered from a traumatic birth experience and was diagnosed with Infantile Spasms a few months after she was born. She passed away unexpectedly from asymptomatic pneumonia and probably a seizure. pediped was introduced to Kenadi when her mother contacted them in need of an over-sized soft-sole Originals shoe. They went on to develop a shoe just for Kenadi and it worked perfectly for her special needs.

Introducing DuneCraft’s newest edition to their glass terrarium line, the Double Bubble. The Double Bubble gives you more space and double the fun! Perfect for the office or home, these lush miniature landscapes are refreshing sights and make for relaxing scenery all year long.

While us adults are always telling kids how good they have it, little ones have a big world to learn their way around. Bombarded with scary and inexplicable events on television and online, intense emotions can be frightening and difficult to cope with. One way Andi Green dealt with those scary feelings was through art. Her drawings created a lifeline to express the complicated monsters in her head. And by personifying the emotions, she was empowered and began to share her creations. And so our world has been gifted with The WorryWoo Monsters, an award-winning series of books and plush dolls written and illustrated by Green.

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