Tuesday, May 1, 2007

News, tips and trends for parents

Each year a new crop of expecting parents are exposed to, and often overwhelmed by, the baby products they'll need for their growing family. It is for those newborn neophytes that the annual American Baby Faire, which comes to the Broward County Convention Center on Saturday and Feb. 11, is most relevant. Dubbed "the largest baby expo in the country," it features 100 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and providing parenting info and product samples. Kids are welcome to partake in hourly crawling races and a fun-filled activity area. As with any expo, the Baby Faire tends to show similar items each year. (After all, strollers and baby swings don't change in function.) But while you may not find a plethora of new inventions, you'll definitely find improved models of old standbys.

2 comments:

Looking for Feeback said...

To all interested moms out there:

I would like to invite you to participate in a research study of parenting views and practices. Dr. Kim White-Mills and Dr. Catherine Dobris of IUPUI (both are moms) are interested in understanding what sources parents find useful in their parenting practices, how parents use different parenting information, and what views parents across the county hold regarding parenting issues.

To access this survey, go to http://www.iupui.edu/~momviews/

The Baby's Bundle said...

Another great place to find the new baby trends is online. There are a ton of great boutiques with unique items for both parents and baby's these days. One of these boutiques is: www.thebabysbundle.com not only do they have a great selection of minky blankets but they also have a one of a kind canopy cover for the Bugaboo stroller.