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Frankenbaby: Let's be frank

Posted Apr 30, 2010 2:14 PM

Chicago-based Frankenbaby takes vintage adult-sized tees and reworks, revamps, and re-cobbles them into super cute, obviously original, totally unexpected onesies for babies and toddlers.
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Myself Belts: Just cinch it

Posted Apr 30, 2010 2:11 PM

Being a kid is hard enough, especially when it comes to navigating buttons, snaps, toggles, and anything else that requires the moves of a contortionist and the dexterity of a monkey. Thanks to Myself Belts, children of all ages and abilities can get their pants and skirts up and down independently.
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Mommy Couture Designs: Make playtime super

Posted Apr 30, 2010 2:03 PM

As any pint-sized escape artist worth his salt will tell you, mischievous adventures aren't nearly as fun without a cape to complete the creative persona. And, if you're like me, and prefer to keep your towels in the linen closet instead of around your child's neck, Mommy Couture Designs' hero capes will definitely be up your super mom alley.
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I Heart Guts: Organic appeal

Posted Apr 30, 2010 1:59 PM

No guts, no glory as they say, and at I Heart Guts the emphasis is squarely placed on embracing your body from the outside in.
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Ah Goo Baby: Mellow yellow

Posted Apr 30, 2010 1:53 PM

Changings on-the-go are tough enough as it is, and hauling a supply of diapers big enough to waterproof the length of Lake Shore Drive just to get through one morning of running errands seems unfair. Wranglers used to grappling little ones will get good use out of The Plush Pad from Ah Goo Baby.
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Learning Curve: You have the floor

Posted Apr 30, 2010 1:40 PM

Experiencing the world from floor level is critical for baby's early development. Learning Curve came up with the Lamaze Spin & Explore Sea Gym as a way for baby to "surf" while gently spinning and turning on an elevated base.
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Nico & Zoe: Good enough to eat

Posted Apr 30, 2010 1:34 PM

There's no use crying over spilled milk, so why not let the kiddies play with the mess-free kind? Nico & Zoe, purveyor of uncommon and artisan made toys for kids, stocks plenty.
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Thomas & Friends is right on track with online game aimed at Autism

Posted Mar 22, 2010 3:18 PM

Autism Spectrum Australia, a not-for-profit organization that provides autism-specific services for children and adults, partnered with HIT Entertainment to develop a game where children can identify emotions.
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LIttle Moonjumper: Taking it personally

Posted Mar 22, 2010 3:11 PM

Personalization is bigger than ever, with e-tailers and retailers offering a wealth of you name it. Little Moonjumper has it covered with personalized, handmade baby blankets in a range of sizes to keep children snuggly all the way from stroller to crib to a twin-sized bed.
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Oh Plah: Bite me

Posted Mar 22, 2010 3:05 PM

As any parent who has found their tie, hair, fingers or necklace in a tiny mouth will tell you, babies will do anything to relieve teething pressure. Instead of handing baby your dirty car key or iPhone, wear the Oh Plah! teething bracelet.
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