Summer in the city inspires and informs the latest look from British brand Tootsa MacGinty. The company, which offers distinctive, unisex designs and high-quality knitwear, has nailed good looks with colorful appliqués that draw from vibrant city streets around the globe including New York, London, Barcelona, Rio and Paris. Brand-new looks for this summer include six city-themed embroidered patches created by artist Jennie Maizels.
“Time to get clothes out for tomorrow!” It seems like an innocuous phrase, but in homes across the world, it’s really the call to battle. Dawn Farver understands this type of combat only too well: the Indiana mother of four is a veteran of many closet conflicts and has extended a helping hand to desperate families. She founded Girls Looking Cute with a strong desire to promote children’s budding style choices while still allowing for parental guidance. GLC delivers the dream: a life-sized (48” or 56”), laminated wooden doll that is ready for the child to dress in her (or his) own clothes.
NY NOW, the Market for Home & Lifestyle (formerly the NY International Gift Fair), ran from August 17 to August 21 in typical grand style at the Javits Center. New companies as well as seasoned veterans basked in the updated venue. The LIFESTYLE Collection featured the Baby + Child category, where over 100 companies congregated to show the freshest ideas in the market. The Wind & the Sail, Hickies, PishPosh Mommy, and Fluf were just a few of the in-demand product providers that exhibited at the show.
Peace. Passion. Positivity. is a company that makes colorful, soft, braided bracelets and assorted pewter bracelet charms. First, customers pick the bracelet color they like best. Next, they can choose from a wide variety of charms that reflect their passions and interests. It’s a long list that includes themes like dance, sports, faith, music, and animals. They make great gifts and kids enjoy trading them, so it’s not surprising that their popularity is on the rise. These bracelets have the look and appeal of a trendy tween accessory, but the real draw lies in their message and the vision of their creators.
There are many things parents can do to ensure their older child feels secure and prepared in the face of becoming an older brother or sister. Resources abound to help teach young children about the pregnancy and birth process, to help them relate to the newborn, and to normalize common feelings of envy, wonder, and nervousness that can accompany welcoming a new sibling. Here are a few t-shirt and book ideas to help children transition to becoming big brothers or sisters: Just Tees Please, Tee With Sugar, Jabberwocky Books and I See Me! Inc.
Enter Our Magical Door to the World of Make-Believe at Fairy Finery. Discover our magic where we bring the Wonder of “Once Upon A Time” to life! The Fairy Finery is studio made in the USA. We are dedicated to creating beautiful heirloom quality clothing, accessories and gifts that enchant you!
Our versatile fairy princess dresses can be for special occasions, make a great flower girl wedding dress, holiday photos, birthday celebrations.
We make the best capes for kids and adults in great washable fabrics, ready for a super hero adventure or even to be pageant wear.
Time magazine’s “Curious Capitalist” Rana Foroohar penned these words that always seem to elicit sighs of relief from some quarters and cheers from others: “Made in the USA is making a comeback.” Having products made in The States not only supports local communities, but also provides other tangible benefits. Quality control is high on that list: a quick walk down to the factory floor can straighten out an issue. Small quantities of well-made products can be created without trouble. Plus, more customers are interested in purchasing US goods. Companies that continue to provide goods made in the USA, like Alex Marshall Studios, Little Korboose, Connor’s Kits for Kids, and Harrisville Designs, are staying strong.
In honor of Autism Awareness Month, Toddler Tech USA has released a new patterned belt to benefit Easter Seals.
Port Orange, FL, April 15, 2013 - Toddler Tech USA has released a Special Edition Dapper Snapper Toddler Belt in honor of Autism Awareness Month. “When we started our company over four years ago, we knew that we wanted to be able to give back to the community and support worthy causes. We currently support Breast Cancer Awareness as well as Veterans Groups. We are thrilled to add to our fundraising line and will be donating $5 from the purchase of every Special Edition belt to Easter Seals” Michelle Cazella, founder of Toddler Tech USA.
Dapper Snappers was chosen as one of Tory Johnson’s Secret 7 on WABC-TV.
Port Orange, FL, April 5th - Toddler Tech USA’s Dapper Snapper Brand was chosen by Tory Johnson, of Good Morning America, to be part of her Secret 7 on WABC-TV. “WABC-TV is ABC’s largest affiliate, covering the tri-state area, so we couldn’t have been more excited when Dapper Snappers toddler belts were chosen to be featured.” Michelle Cazella, owner and operator of Toddler Tech USA.
Upon retirement from military careers, Susan and David Rabern were looking for a way to bring something of value to their community. Susan had a strong family heritage of knitting, and pairing that with their social conscience, they purchased Oak Tree Farm in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and started raising alpacas. One of their businesses, Shenandoah Fiber, brings the finest fibers to the spinning and knitting community. Their sister business, Provenance Mill Clothiers, allows them to witness these fibers being transformed into the softest, most luxurious garments for children.
We would like to share our exciting news with everyone! bINK’d is the winner of The Parent Tested Parent Approved Award! We have received the seal that bINK’d is a product that has been given a seal of approval that families trust and that companies seek. bINK’d is proven to be an exceptional product and is now recognized by this worldwide seal of approval.
Who among us doesn’t remember killing some time between learning in school by flicking a paper “ball” into the “goalpost” made by someone’s hands? This pastime was simple and fun… and it can still be played today! Only once again our kids have become too sophisticated for our old-school ways, so it’s up to buyers to catch up and catch on to FIKI SPORTS games. This enhanced version of tabletop football features a leather game piece shaped like the desired ball or puck, a replica playing surface and “scoring apparatus” (a.k.a. way better than someone’s hands).