Wednesday, 20 June 2012
Joovy feels that potty time is serious business. Our sensible design focuses on reinforcing the ultimate transition to an adult seat and makes sure that clean up is easy.
We understand that teaching your child to “go” is your number one priority, but cleaning up afterwards is a very close second. This is why the Loo has a completely sealed inner bowl and has been designed with only two parts that fit cleanly together with no nooks or crannies for spill overs to get trapped.
The Loo’s bright white color and ultra-smooth finish ensures clean-up is a snap. Its non-slip base offers stability during use and the integrated splash shield prevents spills. The large capacity bowl has plenty of fill space and is easy to lift out and empty with our no-touch grab handle. Our solid construction can handle kids of all sizes and is rated to exceed 60 lbs.
The Loo was designed in America at a world-renowned industrial design university and uses smooth ergonomic forms to ideally fit your child without limiting their comfort. The design is simple and uncomplicated so you and your child can focus on the task at hand.
The Joovy Loo combines contemporary styling with watertight cleanliness to give you the most functional potty on the market.
The Loo is entirely BPA, PVC and Phthalate Free.
Wednesday, 6 June 2012
I am an American living in Berlin, Germany, (as of August 2011). I own your sit and stand stroller which I use for my 2 and 4 year old sons. I don’t know what I would have done in this city without the stroller, as it has become my “car” to transport the boys to pre-school and around the city and my invaluable means of transporting my groceries from the store to my apartment. The stroller has traveled with us around Europe, and has traveled well on buses, trains, and trams.
I thought it worth mentioning, however, that I have people (mostly mothers) stop me in the street almost daily to ask where I got the stroller (or pram as they say here) and if they can write down or photo the stroller to see if they can purchase one. They are truly amazed at the concept of a sit and stand stroller, as the only options I’ve seen here are big and bulky double strollers with one seat over the other, obviously meant for smaller children, or flimsy detachable standing platforms that fit onto the backs of strollers. The area where we live in Berlin is called Prenzlauer Berg, and is known around the city and possibly throughout Germany as “baby central”. It’s literally full of young families and babies, and most of the stores around here cater to that clientele. Thanks again, and best wishes for many more satisfied customers!
Wednesday, 6 June 2012
We love when parents share pictures of their beautiful children! Look at Emory in his Joovy Nook celebrating his FIRST BIRTHDAY! Now that is a picture! Happy Birthday Emory!
Saturday, 2 June 2012
Tuesday, 29 May 2012
Does this look like fun or WHAT?????
Click the picture to see the video!
(remember, always wear your helmet!)
Saturday, 19 May 2012
Monday, 14 May 2012
You asked for it and we are delivering it: the new infant car seat adapters for the Joovy Zoom! These dandy attachments make the Zoom stroller functional from the first day baby comes home. The stroller can be used with a child up to 75 pounds! The Zoom Car Seat Adapter is available in three different models: one each for Chicco, Graco and Peg Perego infant seats. The Zoom 360 Car Seat Adapters use the car seat’s existing latching mechanism and simply “click” into place. This is the ideal balance of simplicity and security. Additionally, the Zoom’s compact fold works with the car seat adapter installed, making it a snap to use.
Make exercise a family outing earlier than ever before with the Zoom 360 and the new car seat adapters.
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Thursday, 19 April 2012
So every once in awhile, a picture comes across the email wire that takes our breath away. Here is one that is simply stunning! The Pata Quadruplets in their Joovy Nooks! Enjoy!
Sunday, 15 April 2012
We just love hearing from our customers and consider everyone ‘family’ when they have a Joovy product. Here is a precious picture of two brothers and their new wheels and a message from their mom:
Hi Joovy! A big St Louis THANK YOU from two happy boys and their happy mom.
Joovy’s generosity made this happy spring scene possible. Dan has the deep
recline and raised footrest he needs and Mac is a very happy “driver.” thank
you so much!
Tuesday, 20 March 2012
Spring is here! Are you opening doors and airing out? This blog post will hopefully give some pointers on how to approach spring cleaning, or cleaning any other time of the year with toddlers in tow.
Okay Mamas (and Dads) what do you do when you need to clean the house and you’ve got a very active baby or young toddler hanging around? Pulling out cleaning supplies is stressful when you’ve got a little guy who loves to grab the dust brush, jump into the tub and wander into your kitchen — even if you have gates and have childproofed everything possible! And don’t forget how toddlers “help” by pulling papers and toys onto the floor! Even if you are the master of childproofing, it’s hard to keep little ones safe when you’ve got to vacuum or mop…
So, what do you do?
We’ve come up with some tips to make it a little easier
1. Plan out what you are going to do first, second…and so forth.
2. Try to get as much done during nap time or after they’re sleeping at night (obviously this isn’t when you vacuum).
3. Have them “help” a little. If they can understand directions, they can help you pick up their own toys. Have large bins/baskets that they can easily put things into (and will help you organize their stuff).
4. In situations where you don’t want them helping, such as mopping or vacuuming, utilize your playard! Make sure there are soft toys inside and the sheet is clean and let him play! This way, your little one is safe, nearby, and you know they’re not getting into cleaning supplies or slipping on a freshly mopped floor.
Contributed by Nancy Johnson Horn a.k.a The Mama Maven