Wow! Â Thanks for all the great comments and interest in the Scooter! Â We were blown away with all your excitement over this great new stroller introduction! Â We are excited to announce that the winner of the first Scooter is…… Caroline Lee! Â Caroline, be sure to check your inbox for instructions on how to redeem your prize! Â Congrats, from Joovy!
Joovy is really excited to introduce our newly revamped Scooter! Â It has a great new look and really great features that are sure to make your strollÂ scoot along smoothly! Â How about an adjustable handle, a reversible, washable, padded seat liner and a one-step flat fold with standing position just to name three OUTSTANDING features on this new Scooter?? Â If that’s not enough, how about Â sealed bearing wheels, removable, washable seat and multiple recline positions?? Â And, there’s SO MUCH MORE! Â We think you’ll look great pushing the contemporary looking Scooter! Â Why not give it a try?
We’d love for you to check out the new Scooter and tell us what you think! Â Check out the Rafflecopter contest below and you may just win a Scooter yourself!
Robert Nickel, founder of Â Daddy Scrubs, Â and his growing family had the honor of trying out the Joovy Caboose Stroller for three. And it was a hit at both Lego Land and Disneyland. In fact Mrs. Daddy Nickell, said “the day would not have worked without it”. Thanks for making such wonderful products, Joovy! Â Says dad, “Â Â It is very easy to fold up and put in the back of the car, and believe it or not “light weight” but when open holds a LOT of stuff.”
Thanks to the Nickells for sharing their beautiful family with us and be sure to check out all the great gear for expectant dads over at Daddy Scrubs!
As seen on Grey’s Anatomy on ABC, October 3, 2013~
Check out what Jenn Larson spotted in Vail, Colorado! This super dooper Joovy display of strollers: the Zoom, Groove and ScooterX2! Thanks Kid Sport for making our day and thanks to Jenn for sharing. By the way, check out Jenn’s new blog Go Running, Mama! with a focus on food, fitness, and motherhood.
Look what Kevin Cosgrove saw today in Madrid! Â A Joovy Groove out for dinner!
With my first child I had a very clunky travel system for getting out and about. Don’t get me wrong â€“ it worked and served its purpose. But for my second child I wanted something easier, something that I could use in a pinch while managing my five year old and newborn at the same time. I found this in the Joovy Roo. I can’t tell you how happy I am with it.Â I’ve had it for just a few short weeks, but I’m sure giving this thing a run for its money and it is holding up beautifully. The Joovy Roo is light as a feather and I can open it up with just one hand â€“ which is a godsend. I feel as if it gives me the freedom I always wanted because I’m not dreading the big hefty stroller from my first round of motherhood.
And in Los Angeles where a thing called stroller envy actually exists, the Roo provides just that – an envy inducing smooth ride compatibility with a variety of different car seats, and a superb sleek design. The compartments are perfect for easy access to cell phones, coffee cups, keys and more.
Contributed byÂ Christina Montoya Fiedler
BabyCenter, Cafe Mom, Mama to the Rescue (http://mama2therescue.blogspot.com)
This is Kristy Sevy, you spoke with my mom Janet Muir at the OR show. You kindly gave my mom two Joovy Boob bottles for my youngest daughter Josie, who has had some health problems. First, thank you so much!!! I don’t believe in coincidence, and I have to tell you that those bottles have been life changing! I know that sounds cliche, but after all we have been through I am entirely serious.
When my mom met you Josie’s NG tube had been out for ten days. Josie had lost three pounds, with the primary problem being liquid intake. Unless she began drinking (whether out of a bottle, cup, or one of the special drinking tools I have purchased) the tube was going to be put back in. The Boob bottle is THE FIRST nipple Josie has consistently sucked and swallowed with. Josie has tried to drink from a cup, but most of the liquid would end up spilling.
Since December 2012 I have taken Josie to a speech therapist, in hopes that she would quickly re-learn how to suck/drink/eat. I felt so defeated: week after week there was no big improvement. About two weeks ago Josie’s doctors and I (hesitantly) decided to pull the NG tube out for a trial period. She had been eating a decent amount of pureed food, and we hoped her liquid intake would gradually improve. However, liquid intake did not improve and Josie was on this scary line of almost being dehydrated, that is until the 10th day when I tried the Boob bottle.
Watching Josie repeatedly suck and swallow has been amazing and exciting! Every day since, Josie has improved. She likes the 0-3month slow flow nipple, as she has better control. Â She will actually drink 2oz at a time, which has not happened since November 2012. I was told that Josie was unlikely to suck on a nipple again, as most babies lose their nutritive sucking reflex around 6 months. I guess I feel like this is all sort of a miracle. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
As of today there are two major milestones I wanted to share with you: 1. Josie has gained back the three pounds lost and is definitely getting enough fluid through the Boob bottle; 2. Josie sucked out of a straw for the first time today!!! I have worked with a speech therapist for months, purchased special feeding/drinking tools, and Josie never once sucked out of a straw or a nipple. Both my husband and I were amazed. I can’t thank you enough.