Items tagged “Toddlers (2-4 years)”

“Making something from nothing” used to be just an expression that described someone’s creativity and ingenuity. In today’s age of environmental concerns and attention on “going green,” some businesses now literally make something from nothing, turning what most would consider trash into treasures. By reusing and re-purposing as much as possible, Shains, TerraCycle and Ecoist are a few companies that are turning the message of “tread lightly, use less and leave less” into innovative eco-business enterprises!

Krik-it Kids has opened a new store in Fairfield, CT and is now offering Frittabello’s award-winning baby journal, My Life, and our new children’s book, “Frittabello and his Angel” in this store as well as their Wilton location. www.krikitkids.com

Contact: Jennifer Covello / (203) 524-0784
Spotlight on Exhibitors August 16 – 18, 2010

This season, 7 W New York’s Baby and Kids Fair will feature a top-notch lineup of new and returning exhibitors enhanced by programming vital to those in the baby and kid industry. The three-day show will kick off on the 11th floor at 7 W 34th Street with its very own opening night bash on August 16th from 5 to 8 pm.

Contact: 7 W New York / (212) 279-6063
Baby Bella Maya
robinwrendesigns
Pedoodles

In French, “Coucou” can mean “hello, ”peek-a-boo” or “cuckoo (clock)”! All three definitions connote the comfort, playfulness and fun of the Coucou brand clothing that’s especially designed for babies.

Coucou offers sophisticated children’s clothing that merges contemporary and European-inspired designs with the finest fabrics. The layette collection is fashioned from prima Peruvian cotton and baby alpaca, a cashmere-like wool. Designed in New York and manufactured in Lima, Peru, Coucou offers a unique blend of East meets South (American) style!

Contact: The Treehouse Showroom / (213) 688-8377

In French, “Coucou” can mean “hello, ”peek-a-boo” or “cuckoo (clock)”! All three definitions connote the comfort, playfulness and fun of the Coucou brand clothing that’s especially designed for babies.

Couco offers sophisticated children’s clothing that merges contemporary and European-inspired designs with the finest fabrics. The layette collection is fashioned from prima Peruvian cotton and baby alpaca, a cashmere-like wool. Designed in New York and manufactured in Lima, Peru, Coucou offers a unique blend of East meets South (American) style!

Contact: The Treehouse Showroom / (213) 688-8377

The latest Baby & Kids “Look Book” features No Slippy Hair Clippy®’s Paisley Glitter BabyBow®, a very special bit of sparkle that’ll be perfect for the holidays.

Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale were twirling in a teacup in Us Weekly (7/26/10) and OK! Magazine (7/26/10), enjoying a day at Disneyland with their sons Zuma and Kingston. Zuma’s red and white striped BabyLegs® were the perfect complement to his Mickey Mouse ears, proving once again that this family knows how to have fun with fashion!

Little Things Mean A Lot
Satsuma Designs
No Slippy Hair Clippy, Inc.

Over the past few years, Lori Riley, has taken her brand, Shoe Money, from a cottage industry working on a shoestring budget, to a shoe-in as one of the most “ahh”-inspiring collections of infant and children’s apparel and accessories on the market! Lori named her company “Shoe Money” after the ‘50’s housewives’ dollar-stretching expression, which referred to tucking away a few dollars to buy “I-want” items. In Lori’s case, she literally loved to buy shoes! When Lori left her teaching career to focus on being a mom, she quickly realized that she would need to get creative to make ends meet. Here, Lori shares her Behind The Brand tale of the trials and triumphs that gave her more than pocket change to keep herself well-heeled.

Chicago Market - Living and Giving Green - Chicago, Illinois (7/22/10 - 7/28/10)

Jay Cohen of Puzzled Inc. shows off some signature wooden 3D puzzles, glow-in-the-dark puzzles, and other unique offerings for 2010.

I remember when I was working in my corporate job having to take a personal day here and there to take care of “life stuff”. It was no big deal. I alerted my manager, made out my list of to-do’s and off I went. Mission accomplished.

Fast forward to mompreneurship. I still have the same, if not more, life stuff. I still have my list of to-do’s. I even alerted myself that I need to take a day off to complete these tasks by marking them on my calendar. Yet they either remain undone or, worse, I spend the day feeling guilty that I’m not “at work”.

Wiggy Studio / Angel Toes
See Kai Run
J. Austin Ryan Designs

Bumkins has just released a stunning new original print! Featuring pink and purple butterflies, this beautifully designed print is perfect for any little girl and it is now available in a variety of Bumkins products. From our best selling SuperBib to the Sleeved Bib there is something for every customer. Visit our site, www.bumkins.com, for more images and information on ordering the Butterfly print for your store today!

Contact: Bumkins Finer Baby Products / (480) 481-3618

About three years ago, a trio of talented moms, Dina Kutinsky, Samanta Lieberman and Amy Multack, gave “peace” a chance by using the universally-recognized symbol as inspiration for their Peace-of brand. Offering one-pieces and tees for babies through tweens, the mod and punny pieces sport a twist on the ‘60s anti-war icon, in which the peace sign means both “piece” and “peace.” The symbol, first designed by the British nuclear disarmament movement, is now disarming kids’ wear with cute graphic statements, including “Master Peace”, “Peace of Work”, “Peace-ful”, “Peace of Cake” and “Inner Peace.”

See Kai Run, popular manufacturer of the perfect first shoe for new walkers, is happy to announce the addition Amy McKinstry to its sales team. Amy will be taking on a major East Coast marketplace key to the company’s future growth: New York and New Jersey.

Contact: See Kai Run

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