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We’ve heard it time and again: “the customer is king.” But thanks to what can euphemistically be called a “sluggish” economy over the last few years, too many retailers and manufacturers have decided to let shoppers call the shots. The result is a marketplace that looks defeated, offering safe products instead of innovation. Rather than newness, we’re getting sameness because everyone’s afraid consumers won’t give new ideas a sporting chance.

What we do: SAVE the ears & more!

Why? Because people want a safe alternative to piercing.

Since when? Mom created in 2009, launched in 2010

(This article originally appeared in the Caletha Crawford Childrenswear Consulting KidsBiz newsletter, access past issues here: http://calethacrawford.com/cccc-kidsbiz-newsletter/.)

If you’ve read my column in The Giggle Guide, then by now you might be thinking I’d be better suited for an editor position at Entertainment Weekly. And I’ll admit, when it comes to inspiration, I typically flock to my favorite television shows. Well, this article is a bird of the same feather. Now, before you swoop in with plans for a TV intervention, note that this show is at least high brow.

Phillips Nizer LLP
Feather Baby

(This article originally appeared in the Caletha Crawford Childrenswear Consulting KidsBiz newsletter, access past issues here: http://calethacrawford.com/cccc-kidsbiz-newsletter/.)

It’s not often that you hear a politician speak and think, “hey, this guy’s onto something,” but I had just such an experience watching Bill Clinton at the Democratic National Convention. Now, before you click ‘delete’ on this email, rest assured. I’m not getting all political on you, so both you Red- and Blue-Staters can utter a sigh of relief.

For our first BooBoo blog post, we thought it would be a good idea to share with you how the idea of BooBoo Kids came about. We talk about it a bit on our web site, but want to go into a little more detail on here. It’s a question that we get asked often, so here’s how it happened…

It all started out as a normal sunny day in August until I received a phone call that my 3-year-old great niece fell off the couch and broke her arm. Then, the very next weekend, I was out with my husband and we got a call that my 4-year-old granddaughter was in the Emergency Room with a broken leg.

We are excited to announce our new designs for Spring 2013 collection. Delivery time is December, 2012 for all the new styles.
Welcome to our sales representatives’s showroom for the bamboo/organic cotton fleece hoodies, pant and yarn dye striped bamboo onesie(kimono). You will love the new colors and buttery soft bamboo fabric.

RuffleButts / RuggedButts
Michael Scott Studio

I don’t know about you but the average low in Richmond, VA this winter was a mild 42! I am not complaining at all, but spring seems to be visiting us early this year based on my husband’s lawn mowing calendar. After having to cut the grass last week he announced we are a few weeks ahead of last year!

Moms love Silkberry Baby bamboo onesie with applique. Thanks for all the support from boutique stores and moms. We are excited to announce our new designs for Spring/Summer 2012. Keeping the premium quality we committed to, we have added bamboo tee, bamboo skirtsie and ruffle dress and short sleeve romper for coming season.

Skirtsie (skirt/onesie) and ruffle dress are the perfect little dresses for every sweet little baby and toddler. Both functional and fancy, the onesie dress has the ease and casulness of one onesie yet adds a funky, fun flair withthe full skirt.

Seventy-five percent of new moms are between the ages 20-34. Statics show more and more woman are waiting until they are in their mid 30’s to start families; despite this trend, the majority of new moms are 20-34 years old. This demographic
cohort is known as “Generation Y”. Retailers of juvenile products should become familiar with this demographic, because it makes up three-quarters of your customer base.

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