Parents expecting twins will love the functionality of the TwinRoo+. This simple and innovative frame stroller streamlines strolling with two babies at the same time. It is important to know that the TwinRoo+ needs car seat adapters to match your infant car seats. These are sold in sets of 2, have “click-in” functionality and we have recently introduced new car seat adapters to the line up: Chicco Key Fit and Maxi Cosi.
The TwinRoo+ is designed to make life easier. The frame is wide by design to provide maximum stability, while still fitting through most doorways.
Infant car seats are mounted sideways and in the same or opposite directions giving easy access to both babies.
The TwinRoo+ features an easy folding frame, front swivel wheel locks, rear wheel brakes, and front wheel suspension.
The TwinRoo+ can only be used with TwinRoo+ Car Seat Adapters. These are brand specific and each set comes with two. The TwinRoo+ Car Seat Adapters use the car seats existing latching mechanism to simply “click” into place. For use with the Joovy TwinRoo+ (TwinRoo Plus) stroller only.
Compatible with the following infant car seats:
Chicco® KeyFit 30
Graco® SnugRide® Click Connect 35
Graco® SnugRide® Click Connect 40
Peg Perego® Primo Viaggio 4-35
The October issue of Pregnancy & Newborn features picks for best seats in the house by their parent panel. By ‘best seats’ they mean top choices in highchairs for mealtime. Included in their coverage is our own Hook.
Featured in their Get A Grip section of ‘hook-on highchairs’, the Hook in orangie is shown ‘front and center’.
From the article:
Hung up over how to make room for a highchair in your already crammed kitchen? You’ll fall for these options hook, line and sinker.
Small but mighty
Joovy Hook, $70, joovy.com
“The Hook features ‘deluxe’ leatherette fabric,’ which is actually really nice and wipes like a dream. The seat is roomy (more than 10 inches deep) and lightweight (just over 5 pounds) – not bad for a seat that can hold diners up to 37 pounds!”
Pregnancy & Newborn, October 2015
For the full-length reviews of the highchairs featured, visit pnmag.com/highchairs
We’d like to add that the Hook comes with it’s own travel bag and is available in orangie, greenie and black. Perfect for day trips, travel and use at home. Check it out here!
I am a mom of 2 kids ages (2 yr. and 6mo.) and just started using the Boob Joovy bottles for my daughter about 3 months ago when I had to return to work for 12 hour shifts. Prior to me finding the Boob bottle, I tried Dr. brown, Playtex, Avent, and Tommie Tippie with no success of her latching on. We even had some trouble with the Joovy boob until I saw the natural nood nipple and I decided to try that. This has been the only nipple that she latches onto every time. It has made me feel better about going to work, knowing she will take her bottles easier while I’m away!
The nipple has similar features of the Tommie tippie that I used for my son, however, it doesn’t collapse and has a unique texture at the base.
The customer service was great when I encountered an issue with my bottles leaking.
Once Upon A Time’s Sean Maguire and his wife Tanya welcomed a baby on Tuesday, July 14.
Maguire is in Vancouver, B.C. shooting on location the popular ABC series. Baby boy, Flynn Patrick Maguire, arrived into the world at 2:37 a.m. and weighed in at 6 pounds, 9 ounces.
“We are truly blessed to have such a healthy and beautiful baby boy,” the couple said in a statement, and add that the mother and child are doing great.
We are thrilled that Sean and Tanya are Joovy parents and they recently shared little Flynn in the Joovy Babasling.
The birds are singing. A whiff of freshly applied sunscreen as kids run by tingles your nose. The sweet sound of laughter echoes from every angle. The prickly green grass encompasses your barefoot toes. It’s summertime.
Some of our fondest memories are being outside during the summer months. The long days seemed endless. Yes, it gets hot. Yes, we get sweaty, but there is a certain importance to allowing our kids to roam free in the summertime. The value of fresh air is something we hold important as adults, but may be even more important for our children. According to the National Wildlife Federation the average American child spends 30 minutes or less outside each day yet seven or more hours in front of an electronic screen.
The outdoors can be beneficial for a variety of reasons. It’s time to put down the electronics and bask in the beauty of mother nature. Here are seven reasons to value the fresh air with your children:
The outdoors caters to our imagination. You get to explore new ideas and places. Create inventive games. The outdoors provide endless opportunities that help to sculpt a child’s imagination.
Fresh air equals a fresh mind. Getting outside offers a variety of health benefits. For one the sunshine boosts Vitamin D levels. Vitamin D is having healthy calcium and phosphorous levels which are essential in building and maintaining strong bones. Just don’t forget the sunscreen! Even just 20 minutes of fresh air a day can reduce stress and improve overall health. Fresh air is good for the body, and in particular the brain. NPR journalist Jon Hamilton discusses how child’s play outside can help build the brain and teach your children valuable lessons:
With lots of playtime indoors comes lots of clean up time as well. Time outside is good for the mind and also good for keeping mom’s living room clean. Enjoy some summer treats like watermelon or popsicles without the worry and frustration of making a mess that mom will have to clean up later.
Yes we all love the time we get to spend relaxing on the couch and in the comfort of our homes, but there is beauty outside of our comfort zone as well. A change of scenery is good for the body and the mind. A nice hike or a quick dip in the pool can refresh the brain and release the stress we carry in our hectic world, plus your kid’s will love that valuable time spent with them in the fresh air.
With obesity rates increasing especially among our youth, fitness is something we should all ta
ke seriously. Like we mentioned before, even just 20 minutes a day can improve your overall health. Gyms get boring, especially with the same routine every day. Getting outside can provide a fun outlet to your static workout routines and also is a great way to keep your children healthy and active. Teaching your children the importance of a healthy lifestyle is a trait they can value and carry on into the rest of their lives. Jump rope, swim, gardening, walking, or kayaking – there is an endless amount of opportunity to keep you and your family fit while still having a lot of fun!
Have you ever walked outside after being cooped up on a long day, and felt immediately re-energize and overall better? It’s the magic of the outdoors. The sunshine can provide our bodies with energy and happiness. It actually releases endorphins that help to keep us happy and healthy. By incorporating the sunshine and fitness you’re participating in two activities that release endorphins. Good for the mind and body!
Whether you’re camping deep in the forest or taking a stroll around your neighborhood park, fresh air with your children can help build an even stronger connection. Without the distraction of technology, being outside leads to stronger conversation and appreciation for the little things.
Contributed by Emily-Jane Cosgrove
National Wildlife Foundation http://www.nwf.org/What-We-Do/Kids-and-Nature/Why-Get-Kids-Outside/Health-Benefits.aspx
NPR – Jon Hamilton “Science Says Child’s Play Helps Build a Stronger Brain”
Isn’t he adorable in his Spoon? Loving Joovy Jack’s smile!
I just wanted to commend the customer service I received at your Irvine, CA location. This happened awhile ago, but I was just reminded of how awesome your company is and it prompted me to send this.
My story starts when United Airlines lost one of the wheels off my stroller on our vacation to Legoland and Disneyland. This was a week and a half long trip so I needed to have the stroller or pay 15-25 dollars a day for an uncomfortable park stroller. I didn’t get my stroller until day 3 of my trip and United never notified me that a wheel was missing. They told me I would need to head to the airport to file a claim, but I already knew nothing would happen with them.
When I contacted the Joovy store all I asked is if they carried the wheel for my stroller. They said yes so I promptly drove down one early morning before heading to the parks to get a new wheel.When I walked in I explained why I was missing a wheel and why I needed to purchase a new one. The very pleasant woman at the desk promptly took my stroller from me and within minutes returned with not one, but two new wheels. She said there would be no charge for the wheels, gave me my old wheel just in case, and told me to go enjoy the rest of my vacation.
After the horrible customer service I got from United Airlines, it completely made my trip the customer service I got from your store. I apologize as I do not remember the name of who helped me, but if this message gets to them, THANK YOU!
Since then I have recommended joovy products to anyone who will listen and with a second child on the way I plan on purchasing another one. You have made me a joovy consumer for life and I wish more companies did business like joovy does! – Jimmy Liu
The Biggest Baby Shower Ever is like no other baby shower you’ve ever seen. With over 100 of the best companies in the baby industry, it’s a one stop shop to test out, touch, feel and get educated on everything you can possibly need for your growing family. Enjoy mingling with other expectant and new parents while you enjoy sweet treats, mocktails and more in an elegant setting.
Joovy will be participating and sharing top registry items from the line. Stop by to see what’s new and to enter our giveaway.
The event will take place on Thursday, May 28th at The Metropolitan Pavilion from 5:30pm-9:30pm
Just wanted to say we love your great products! This is my son last week at his 1st birthday party waiting for his cake in his joovy highchair! Thanks for making super easy stuff to use!
– Patty Sullivan