Maddie Bradshaw seems like a typical eighth grader. The Texas teen is a member of her middle school swim team; she plays lacrosse and tennis; she loves English and History; she’s read all the books in the Twilight saga and declares herself “Team Jacob”; and she can’t wait to celebrate her 14th birthday with family and friends. Yet Maddie is anything but ordinary. Her entrepreneurial spirit has catapulted her into the national limelight, and she’s the president of a multi-million dollar company.
No matter how vigilant parents may be, kids are bound to get sick from time to time. Fortunately, there are many healthful products available to keep little ones comfortable and on the fast track to wellness. The Giggle Guide™ prescribes Boogie Wipes, Cleanoz, and homeopathic remedies from Heel and Hyland’s to help parents “make everything better.” Stocking these practical items in your store, especially during flu season, can also be a terrific tonic for weak sales.
There are more goodies to be given away this week! If you missed the first launch, then be sure to catch this second launch!
No Slippy Hair Clippy has teamed up with Moby Wrap, who has compiled super exciting gift sets to be given away. Each gift set will contain items from companies who participated in the Boom Boom Room 2010 pre-Golden Globes gifting suite!
Your little one deserves a little celebrity treatment too! And with all the awesome goodies in each gift set, we’re sure you’ll be feeling like quite the celebrity yourself
Valerie 3-inch Layered Two-toned Fashion Double Bow https://www.hairclippy.com/shop_girls-valerie.asp
This lovely style is available in four different colors: White, Brown, Black and Red. Each clip is two-toned and double bow, so we’re sure the fun designs will tug at your heartstrings. The white Valerie has cute cherries, the brown one has a fierce cheetah print, the black one has a wild zebra print, and the red one you see above is loaded with hearts! Plus, you can choose between a pinch clip (for thin, wispy hair) or French clip (for thicker hair).
February 02 2010, Vacaville, CA: After a 1 year wear-testing program, No Slippy Hair Clippy® is now delivering a no- slip clip that does not need a magnet for superior hold. Adding an “extra plush” luxurious velvet foundation produces an identical hold to the original magnet-enhanced clip, without impacting the patent pending design. The new clips are more streamlined and lighter weight, and hold the finest hair even better than ever, with the same no-slip guarantee. Available in stores now.
As you know, No Slippy Hair Clippy participated in the Boom Boom Room 2010 early last month. It was an exclusive pre-Golden Globes event where celebrities were given all sorts of goodies from participating companies.
But now we want to bring the Boom Boom Room to you! So we have teamed up with Moby Wrap who compiled three amazing gift sets and will be giving them away in the coming weeks! All the items in the sets are from the companies who attended the event (yup, including No Slippy Hair Clippy!)
January 25 2010 – Vacaville, CA: Hair Clips for Haiti has been created to help raise funds for the Haitian relief effort by No Slippy Hair Clippy®, a premier children’s hair accessory company. No Slippy’s President Annie Salyer has been profoundly moved by this disaster, and is convinced that small business owners have a vital role to play in its outcome.
“Small business can make a big difference,” she states, “If we pull together and each contribute what we can, I think we’ll create something really powerful.”
Still a child, not yet a young woman – those awkward tween years are momentous for girls. Their personalities are maturing along with their bodies. Their sense of style is influenced by the media, the Internet, celebrities and peers. Pivotal changes in tweenagers are reflected in their speech, actions, hobbies and clothing choices. There are several terrific fashion brands who recognize that tweens are growing up, and emphasize designs with an age-appropriate balance. JK Tees, Havengirl, T2Love and Claesen’s USA do a great job celebrating young tween spirits with their fashion collections.
Julie Barger isn’t your run of-the-mill mama; she’s a creative mastermind! As the stay-at-home mother of two little girls, she spent her days in search of ways to let her creative mind thrive, while tackling day-to-day parenting tasks. Knowing how competitive schoolyard fashion can be, Barger sought fresh and exciting ideas to keep her girls ahead of the trends without breaking the bank. She began by applying recycled and vintage materials to her girls’ jeans for a truly cutting-edge look. Her creations were soon the envy of the schoolyard, which encouraged her to take the next step.
Celebrities have been known to choose very… err… QUIRKY names for their babies. (Jermajesty, anyone?) But recently, there are some stars who got really creative and thought up lovely names for their little ones. A little less quirky, but still very unique! Celebrity Baby Blog compiled their 2009 Celebrity Baby Names Roundup and here are some of my favorites:
Most Common Names
Seraphina Rose Elizabeth (Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner)
Myla Rose (Roger Federer)
Lyla Rose (Lisa Loeb)
This new year is really turning out extremely well! We’ve been a bunch of busy bees with so many orders, have been up-and-about to prepare for the Boom Boom Room 2010 in LA, plus we’ve also been getting one fabulous review after the other! Like this new one from dear mommy blogger Margaret of Creative Madness. She says:
I don’t know about you, but I simply love it when a guy openly and confidently admits that a girl has made him weak-kneed. Especially if the guy is a well-known, in-demand brilliant actor, like Jude Law. And I think the girl he’s talking about has an extra special place in his heart.