Monday, 22 October 2012
Joovy is thrilled to share our newest Joovy *Star* with you, Marla Sokoloff! We all grew up with Marla as Gia on Full House and then as Lucy on The Practice. She has graced our tv and bigs screens in so many memorable roles including on Desperate Housewives, Friends, Dude, Where’s My Car and so many more.
Her latest and most important role is as mom to Elliotte Anne who was born in February of this year.
Marla was introduced to Joovy this summer at the RedCARpet event promoting infant car seat safety. Her Joovy products include the Nook and Hook highchairs. Says Marla,
“Joovy products are an absolute lifesaver! No more using icky high chairs at restaurants thanks to the Hook. Genius! ”
Welcome to Joovy Marla! You’re a Joovy *Star*!!!
Wednesday, 3 October 2012
Saturday, 29 September 2012
Joovy is honored to have theBabaSling chosen as a Reader’s Choice for best baby carriers of 2012! The BabaSling comes in ten different fabrics including an organic, lite and classic styles. Easy to use, theBabaSling is perfect for breastfeeding moms, dads who want to be close to baby and all care givers. We’ve posted many videos to emphasize proper wearing and use. Check out theBabaSling for yourself!
Thursday, 20 September 2012
We love daddies and their clever approach to parenting. What do you think about this dog daddy? Apparently, pets are wearable too! We LOVE this and just had to share. The turquoise BabaSling looks smashing and pup looks mighty happy!
Monday, 10 September 2012
Take a look at this! A mom needed to change a diaper and found the perfect place at the CBME show in Shanghai recently where Joovy was showcasing new products. It doesn’t get any better than this! Click on the picture to see the video clip. Where have you found yourself wishing there was a Joovy Room to the rescue?
Tuesday, 4 September 2012
New mom, actress Wynn Everett of HBO’s The Newsroom was recently seen strolling in Los Angeles with her new baby bundle, Asher! What were mom and baby strolling in? A Joovy Zoom 360 in red outfitted with the new infant car seat adapter! Mom and baby looked amazing and clearly were enjoying the stroll!
Wynn raved about the Joovy Zoom, “Took a spin for the first time last night and as you can see, Asher LOVES HER JOOVY!!! It has such an easy push, I love how it takes all the millions of bumps in our sidewalks here in our Los Angeles neighborhood. Our sidewalks are NOT easy and The Joovy maneuvers them like a champ. There’s tons of storage on this jogger and the infant car seat adapter allows us to take her out, even though she is still an infant. LOVE that we will be able to use the Zoom until she is a big girl!
Can’t wait to use my Joovy Groove when the time is right but I am LOVING the Zoom!”
In addition to The Newsroom, Wynn’s credits include Charlie Wilson’s War, NCIS: Los Angeles, Hope and Faith, The Menatalist.
Friday, 31 August 2012
We have a winner in our Dog Days of Summer Giveaway! Paul Ragaglia has won the $200 prize!!! Congratulations Paul! You’ve just won $200 to spend at www.joovy.com. Paul mentioned that he has his eye on our Joovy Ergo Caboose. What a great choice in tandem strollers! Paul, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize!
Friday, 31 August 2012
The beautiful and stylish Camila Alves was out and about with her 2 and 4 year olds for a stroll in Manhattan this week. Hubby Matthew McConaughey was not along for the walk but we understand he may be at work on his newest film. Check out the wheels the McConaugheys drive: the Caboose Ultralight in Orangie! Perfect for growing families! Older kids absolutely love that they can sit or stand on the back.
And, smart mama has everyone in shades!
Camila has great style, but look at that Caboose Ultralight! Check out the neoprene parent organizer and oversized basket!
There is a space for everyone! When number 3 arrives, we’d love to send them a Caboose Too seat for their ride!
Wednesday, 22 August 2012
Are you newly pregnant? Have a BFF who just found out? Here’s a double duo shower gift for you to share! One day only!
Where do you begin with all the gear? What is necessary and what is right for you? We have a giggle guide to baby gear by Ali Wong that is known as the Smart Shopping Companion for New Parents PLUS theBabaSling by Joovy! The BabaSling comes in 10 great colors! There is even an organic fabric and a special edition print! The BabaSling sling is perfectly shaped to support a newborn’s developing spine while providing essential closeness and bonding between parent and baby. With five carrying positions and easily adjustable straps (can be worn on right or left shoulder), theBabaSling is so easy to use it can be safely shared with grandparents, older siblings and caregivers.
Enter to win this shower gift for yourself or a friend who is just starting her pregnancy journey! One day only! What a great shower gift!!!
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Monday, 20 August 2012
If there were one aspect of parenting I would outsource, potty training would win hands down. It’s hard, it’s messy, and it can take a really long time.
Well, just because you’re potty training your child, doesn’t mean that life as you know it has to come to a stop. Here are a few tips that have helped us train our kids while getting out and still having some fun (because let’s face it, you’re earning it).
- Know that your kids are going to have accidents. Just because they have 3 accidents in one day doesn’t necessarily mean that they are not ready to be potty trained, it may just mean that they need more help. Don’t give up. Potty training is a process, so it’s helpful to think in terms of weeks (or months), not days!
- Treat pull-ups like underwear, not diapers. Really, they will save your life and allow you to leave the house. Don’t use them all the time, but for outings, they can’t be beat.
- Always carry a change of clothes. And I mean always. For boys, nylon windpants are our favorites and leggings are great for girls. Honestly, it doesn’t take much more room than a diaper and you’ll be grateful you have them!
- Go easy on your kids. Potty training is really hard for them. Would you want to stop playing with your toys to go to the bathroom? It’s hard for them to understand why they need to do it, so be patient. Remember, you need to work with your toddler to make this happen.
- Don’t become homebound. The first few days of potty training are helpful to stay home, but eventually you need to get out. With some kids, this means showing them where the toilet is every time you go somewhere new. Other kids need you to carry their little in the back of the car because it’s so hard for them to go in a new place (Mason). Be brave and go play, even if you are working on potty training. I can guarantee that both you and your child will appreciate the break!
Remember, even though potty training is really hard, it will eventually be over. Hopefully, you’ll be able to look back at this phase and laugh (or at least not cry anymore).
Written by Jessica Averett from bring-the-kids.com
Joovy would like to add that we take potty training seriously and we invite you to check out our potty, the Joovy Loo.