Drumroll please…… Our winner has been chosen and we want to congratulate Tarin Swain on winning last week’s #JoovyRush giveaway! Tarin, look for an email on how to redeem your prize and welcome to Joovy!
How many strollers do you own? Do you have one for a special outings,city, beach, boardwalk, mall, travel? Isn’t it time for an all-in-one, all-terrain stroller that is functional and FUN?
We are so excited about the new Joovy TooFold that we are giving one away for JoovyRush this week. The awesomeness of the TooFold is obvious at first glance. But then, super awesomeness is revealed when its driver converts it to a tandem stroller in mere seconds. This happens with Transformer™-like action and we are still amazed every time we see this happen!
Unique? Yes. Different looking? Yes. Aren’t we all looking for that, je ne sais quoi? And, those who have driven the TooFold all agree they’ll never go back to a traditional stroller. They’re converted and happy!
We think you’re going to love all this highly-engineered TooFold has to offer from all-wheel suspension, pneumatic tires and adjustable handlebar to a built-in stand-on board, optional second seat and removable/washable seat pads. Please visit the TooFold on our website to get all the features and functionality. Oh, and there are four great colors to choose from: red, yellow, blue and black.
Get in on the fun today and be sure to share with your friends and use #JoovyRush. We want everyone to have a chance to win this hip new ride!
Look what’s made an appearance this month in Pregnancy & Newborn!
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The Boob Baby Bottle has been on the market for just a year and we love hearing the feedback from parents who’ve tried the PPSU, PP or new glass Boob.
Comments range from, “It’s the only bottle my baby will take” to, “my baby rejected 14 bottles before we found the Boob!”
Some mention the sheer beauty of the bottle; its shape, its nipple and its gorgeous package. Others love how easy the Boob is to clean and reassemble. We like to tease that even dad’s can do it.
We feel the Boob is a great choice for breastfeeding babies who occasionally need to take a bottle. Mom can pump directly into the Boob with the breast pump adapter and baby loves the wide based nipple that allows a nursing-like latch.
If baby is strictly bottle-fed, the Boob is a seamless feeding system. Accessories like the breast pump adapter, sealing caps and insulators add to the ease of use and help make feeding time a pleasant and enjoyable experience.
Our new glass Boobs come in 5 and 8 ounce bottles. They have gorgeous silicone sleeves in bright colors that will help protect the glass and add a bit of fun to feeding time.
To celebrate #JoovyRush this week, we want to giveaway some Boobs! There are two ways to enter our contest this week: here on the blog in the Rafflecopter entry below and on our Facebook page.
As always, thanks for visiting and hope you’ll try our Joovy Boob Baby Bottle!
Check out the April/May issue of Fit Pregnancy on new stands now! A couple of cool Joovy products just might make an appearance!
Wow! What a great response to our Strolling With Two #JoovyRush Caboose Giveaway. We were blown away by all of your comments and feedback. We’ve chosen the winners and ask that they contact us at 877-456-5049 or firstname.lastname@example.org to redeem their prize. We are pleased to announce that Jennifer Dad McGrath and Michele Louise Nichols are the winners of a Caboose of their choice. Be sure to enter this week’s contest to win some Joovy Boobs. You can enter here on our blog and on our Facebook page! As always, thanks for participating! Prizes must be redeemed by 6/30/14.
Did you know that the original Caboose with its stand-on platform and bench seat was designed by a grandfather in London? Yes, this is true. This grandfather was an engineer/fireman who took his grandchildren to work every morning. And, as you can imagine, these grandkids were of different ages. Sometimes the older one wanted to walk and sometimes he wanted to ride, sound familiar? It was during these walks that he envisioned a stroller with a built in standing platform and a bench seat for his older grandchild. After experimenting on paper, he put his hands to work and created the Caboose. With its short and sturdy frame, it was the perfect stroller: easy to maneuver and with plenty of space for both children!
Over the years, our popular Caboose has been modified and improved upon but one thing remains true: this is the perfect solution for strolling with children of different ages. Is it the ‘sexiest’ stroller on the market? No, not hardly. But, one thing is certain: it is the most practical stroller for strolling with two children of different ages. And, can you keep a secret? Your older child will absolutely LOVE the independence the Caboose offers him/her. Not only is it cool to ride on the back, the new baby isn’t old enough to have this privilege yet, only ‘big’ kids can ride here!
The original Caboose is still in our line. Check out the evolution of the Caboose with these links: Caboose, Caboose Ultralight, Caboose Too Ultralight, Ergo Caboose, Caboose VaryLight. While each Caboose offers unique and different features, the key feature is your ability to stroll with children of different ages. You get to choose which Caboose fits your family best!
This week, we are celebrating the newest introduction to the Caboose line: the VaryLight Caboose. This gorgeous, new and improved design still has the original functionality as the original Caboose but also includes new, high-end components and additional features.
The new Caboose VaryLight features:
For week 2 of #JoovyRush, we are offering (2) prizes: your choice of a Caboose, Caboose Ultralight, Caboose Too Ultralight, Ergo Caboose, Caboose VaryLight. We ask you to visit our website to choose which Caboose is best for you!
There’s nothing like first wheels! When if comes to learning to ride a bike, a balance bike is the best bet for learning with confidence.
The Joovy Bicycoo offers a stable and robust foundation for taking the first step towards bicycle riding. As soon as your child can straddle the frame, they are old enough to start balancing. The beauty of this approach is that they’ll master balancing first and then naturally be ready for the next step: pedaling. It makes sense to isolate one skill before introducing the next.
Should you decide this is the better way to teach your child to ride a bike, we’d love for you to consider our Bicycoo pictured here with Paul. He looks pretty happy today!