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No Slippy Hair Clippy®, the premier brand of children’s hair accessories, boasts impeccable quality and design. No Slippy Hair Clippy® is the very first no-slip hair clip in the world, which has ignited our creative spirit to design the most functional, adorable hair accessories for little girls.

New for Back to School, look for No-Slippy® Ouch-Free Mini Ponies! Each design comes on a soft terry pony that is perfect for fine, baby-toddler hair. They’re super comfortable, won’t break or damage hair, and certainly won’t hurt when taken out. What a concept!

For a great gift, appreciated by all, choose Teeny Tiny Optics!

Itzy Ritzy® is proud to announce their newest back to school products: Adventure Happens™ Kids Rolling Luggage, Lunch Happens™ Insulated Lunch Bag and Preschool Happens™ Little Kid Backpack with Safety Harness and Rein.

Responsible for the popular line of modern solutions for chic people on the go, Itzy Ritzy products include the versatile and eco-friendly Snack Happens™ Reusable Snack & Everything Bags and the packing must-have Travel Happens™ Sealed Wet Bags.

Life simplified with Itzy Ritzy On-the-Go collection:

Take your Back to School sales up a notch when you carry the stylish collection of Write Your Own labels from Emily Press. Our label products are essential for retailers selling lunch containers, water bottles, school supplies, shoes, clothing and uniforms as it all needs to be labeled for school.

Write text with permanent marker then seal in the writing with the built-in laminate.

Write Your Own Labels – Waterproof labels when busy parents need them!

  • Waterproof, BPA-free, ecofriendly
  • CPSIA compliant
  • Small, lightweight, easy to ship

The first few months in a new baby’s life are a blur for everyone, but especially fuzzy for those poor parents whose kids don’t sleep. There are millions of baby sacks and swaddles out there, but learning to swaddle using a traditional wrap can be daunting and babies often wriggle free. The ergoCocoon range of swaddles from ergoPouch were designed to be both simple to use and difficult to escape from. Made from super stretchy fabrics, they allow a comfortable amount of natural movement for healthy hip development.

Like a sweet lullaby, the music notes of an era gone by resonate with images of sweet children dressed in simple colors and traditional styles. With temperatures warming, baby legs are emerging from a winter of fleece sleepers. Parents shopping for soft, classic ways to dress babies and toddlers need look no further than Ollie & Bess. The brand brings back sweet, nostalgic days when children still wore all white and sported Peter Pan collars and bubble rompers.

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Itzy Ritzy

Although there are many trials in life, “waiting patiently” for something big to happen is surely in the running for the top ten. Many moms will agree that counting down to when baby is due might be one of the most joyous, yet suspenseful times in a mom’s life. Kim Weiner’s Windows & Wishes brings moms a calendar that celebrates the last month of pregnancy. The Baby Countdown Calendar was birthed from the idea that moms would like a truly different gift to mark the time until baby’s arrival. What better way to celebrate the last month than with uplifting encouragement designed to inspire the expectant?

When it comes to sharing from the heart, a hand-written note beats email every time. It establishes that the writer feels strongly enough about you to set aside time to put thoughts into words, etching them onto a blank page with endless possibilities. Stacey Valle and Gina Stock, co-founders of Buzzable, LLC, understand how deep the written word speaks to the heart. Their fillable Buzzable Baby Book is the perfect way to provide friends, families, and loved ones the chance to express themselves on that most important of occasions: the baby shower.

NY Now - New York City, New York (2/1/14 - 2/6/14)

NY NOW™, the Market for Home + Lifestyle (formerly NYIGF®) made BizBash’s “New York’s Top 100” list for 2014 — little wonder, considering the strong impact the show has had. The show attracted over 30,000 attendees from more than 80 countries. The February show ran from the 1st through the 6th at New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Not all companies with great products took home awards, but both new and veteran retailers did show a stellar uptick in orders. Companies like Anaïs & I, Scentco Inc., EFL Sales (Fiona Walker England and Albetta), and Calisson Inc drew a lot of attention.

Baby Bella Maya
RuffleButts / RuggedButts
Bumkins

What do you call a one-piece that is made from super-soft cotton and comes in patterns that radiate both style and a sense of humor? If you are Little Green Radicals, these charmers are Babygrows, available in a host of patterns. The Bella design is a cheery red, pink, purple and brown stripe with Bella the bunny appliquéd on the front, and snug ribbed cuffs on both arms and legs to keep little ones warm. Skin care is the newest LGR passion with offerings including Sleep Balm and Nappy Balm, as well as Shampoo and Body Wash, Scalp Oil, and Massage Oil, each formulated for tender young skin.

Being on-trend and in style are more than just adjectives decorating the “About Us” page: these words form the foundation of successful children’s businesses. Rapidly changing attitudes and tastes mean that companies need to be innovators. Which suits Florian Berger’s Donkey Products just fine, as the company is “always ahead of the curve – always on the hunt for the new and the different.” The German company is known for developing unique pieces that surprise and delight. As a family business, there is a strong focus on fostering the creativity in design that captures the imagination.

Tiffany Dekel and Laura Burch both have impressive resumes. Tiffany has a background in clothing design and launched three successful online agencies; Laura is an illustrator and art educator at a major university. While they’re both proud of their accomplishments, Dekel and Burch hold a special place in their hearts for handmade crafts, and they want to make the art fun and accessible for more people. In 2012 they launched lullubee, a company that takes a unique approach to crafts and crafting supplies.

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