Bébé au Lait®, the category leader for Nursing Covers announces today the launch of the Comfort by Design Nursing Pillow – breathing fresh life into the Nursing Pillow Category. After 10 years of helping moms to breastfeed in public with comfort and confidence, the company looked to nursing moms to help design a Nursing Pillow that’s as comfortable as it is stylish. The Nursing Pillow’s most notable comfort feature is the deluxe, double-layer design — which gives the option of a flat, firm surface or a plush, soft surface. Additional comfort features include an easy-to-use positioning strap with quick-release buckle, and an ultra-soft, premium cotton cover.
Babymoov, the award-winning French juvenile products company, has launched its products for distribution throughout the United States. From the beginning, Babymoov has endeavored to be the brand that thinks outside the box to reinvent the everyday life of parents by providing reliable, highly designed and technologically advanced products. Babymoov will launch five product categories — Feeding, Well Being, Comfort, Gear, and Safety — at the ABC Kids Show and begin shipping to U.S. retailers in late September.
The quest for the perfect shoes can take a woman – and her wallet – on some interesting adventures. Many moms also want their little girls and boys to rock cute, stylish footwear that complements their outfits. However, there are always concerns that those cute shoes aren’t crafted to accommodate growing feet. Some can be too flimsy, flat, or rigid, which can be bad for foot development. Now, companies like pediped, Luv Croo, Momo Baby, Madie Jane and Andanines offer shoes that combine healthy foot support with beautiful designs.
The tween clothing collection welcomes little sisters with Little Lime in sizes 12 months to 6X.
CALGARY, Alberta, Canada (January 23, 2015) Limeapple Boutique (formerly known as Girl & Company) takes its “cute to the core” aesthetic down to little sisters with Little Lime. And the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. The new collection, offered in sizes 12 months to 6X, coordinates back to the big girls with complementary bodies, colors and themes.
When last we met JJ, the canine star of JJ The American Street Dog, he was pulled from the streets and had happily found his forever home with 6-year-old Maya and her family. Maya learned all the rewards of adopting a street dog in need. In JJ Goes to Puppy Class, Maya starts to realize just how much responsibility any dog requires, as she sets about trying to train JJ to be a good puppy. The beauty of this book is it illustrates many of the common issues young children face when a new pet enters the home. It also shows how Maya handles them with aplomb and learns to fix the problems rather than whine about them.
Fun and cool, Dirtee Hollywood hails from sunny California where thinking is free and fashions are just slightly nutty in a ultra-cool way. The Donuts Dress is a confection that will win raves from tweens who breathe fuchsia and pink; it’s crafted from ninety-five percent polyester and five percent spandex so bye bye wrinkles and hello great fit. Donuts’ top ends in pink trim; the dress itself is covered with what else –– depictions of girls’ favorite sugary, round sweet. The Cupcake Dress is similarly styled with the top straps in gray or black and the body design featuring predominately pink and yellow cupcakes.
The Peruvian Pima cotton clothing brand seeks to captivate shoppers with a near-endless array of prints, colors and styles.
RED BANK, N.J. (January 19, 2015)—Kissy Kissy’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection showcases the brand’s range with a collection spanning whimsical to sophisticated. The Peruvian pima cotton clothing brand uses an imaginative mix of colors, prints, accents and fabrics to create a line as diverse as the moms, grandmas and gift-givers who love it.
Peruvian Pima cotton is known for its unusually long and silky fibers. This very comfortable natural fiber, along with only the most luxurious fabrics, provides a soft and tender touch to a baby’s gentle skin, as if a mother’s love is woven into each garment. It’s also known for being expensive, and frequently only offered in larger kids’ sizes. Knowing its softness would be ideal for newborns, Catalina Gonzalez created Dondolo to bring the luxurious feel of Peruvian cotton to mothers at a price they can afford.
Eastern Iowa isn’t the place most people think of when they talk about the beach. Known for its thriving agricultural economy, rolling hills, and small but bustling city centers, this area of the Midwest is home to plenty of lakes but of course no white sandy beaches. It is, however, the birthplace of Packable Pails, a business that’s all about the sandbox and beach. Packable Pails may look like regular sand buckets at first glance, but they collapse down to a small, flat manageable package that can easily be taken along on all your adventures.
By Stephanie Hanlon - Wednesday, January 21st 2015
It’s a parent’s nightmare. Swim lessons are over and junior has already been crawling, or in some cases licking, the potentially staph-ridden pool floor and now it’s time for the showers. Thousands of kids before him have created a less than inviting scum itching to get under toenails. But flip flops present a bigger problem, creating slippery surfaces ripe for falling onto hard concrete. Even though Showaflops were created for an older student’s problem of having to use a dirty dorm shower, the idea is the same: Showaflops protect feet.
There’s no better way to kick off the new year of buying and selling than at the NY NOW show, once again bringing thousands of presenters from around the globe. While plenty of these companies are no strangers to the game, this year’s show shines a light on the best fresh faces in the business. Whether a hot up-and-comer or a veteran of the industry, each company showing their wares at the Javits Center this year will have something unique to offer. The Multiples, Dsenyo, Milly Green and Papersalt are among the standout presenters. These companies all do something interesting to make life more rewarding for their young customers.
There’s no bigger joy than holding a new healthy baby in your arms. Two moms who know that joy founded Baby Hero, a line of organic baby and toddler clothing that’s gentle enough for soft baby skin, but strong enough to handle the snuggles and the joys of growing and playing. It also supports mothers who may not have access to information and care needed to keep those babies in our world. Three million babies die each year in their first month of life and Baby Hero is dedicated to a “Giving Model.” Each purchase from Baby Hero funds a Neonatal Survival Kit for a mother and her baby in a disadvantaged community.