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Running hot and cold

The new Digital Bath Spout Cover with Built-in Digital Thermometer (yes, that’s the product name; it’s trademarked) from 4 Moms is one of my most highly anticipated new arrivals for 2006. When I saw a demonstration of the product at the JPMA show in May, I was extremely impressed. But they were showing a prototype, and I found it hard ... Read More »

Smaller, Lighter, Micralite

In the emerging hybrid category, no stroller has been able to offer the versatility and handling typical of the hybrids while still keeping the weight down under 17 lbs. Now, the arrival of the Micralite will change that. The Micralite is a popular stroller brand in the UK, and now it is going to be distributed here by Eurobaby. It’s ... Read More »

A new breed of stroller

Strollers have been the big story at the ABC Show, where we’ve seen an amazing array of new and interesting concepts, many of them populating a new category of strollers, which I’ll call the Hybrid (you heard it here first, folks). These hybrid strollers are a cross between an all-terrain stroller and a city stroller. Riding unabashedly on the coattails ... Read More »

A Techno for all seasons

Maclaren is introducing the new Techno XLR model stroller. This is the ultimate Techno – all the best features of the Maclaren flagship model, AND it takes many infant car seat models, too. It’s crazy late and I’m falling asleep as I type. Plus, the pictures I took of the XLR didn’t come out too well. I will give more ... Read More »

Fleurville shows off a high chair

And in the next chapter of diaper bag companies thinking outside the box, check out the new Calla Chair from Fleurville. Designed by Yves Behar, the Calla Chair was formally launched at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in June, but it’s making a rare public appearance here in Vegas. The prototype looks very interesting. It’s certainly a new perspective on ... Read More »

Skip Hop introduces plastic essentials

Skip Hop is releasing a new line of baby-oriented housewares, including a bottle drying rack (Splash), a diaper caddy (Toolbox) and a multi-tiered, carousel-type shelf for baby food jars (Chow, pictured). These sculptural pieces are like everything else from Skip Hop – creative, modern and incredibly useful. They come in several different colors and will be available later this month. Read More »

Here comes Stokke

I just received a newsletter from Stokke with a sneak preview of their new products to be introduced at the ABC show. With their permission, I am sharing the highlights with you here. The Xplory We’ve asked for it. You’ve asked for it. And now, they’ve delivered. Car seat adaptors are now available for the Xplory, one for Graco and ... Read More »

The First Orbit

Today, we were all very excited when UPS delivered our very first Orbit Infant System (just one for now). We eagerly opened the box and unpacked our new floor model, completed the simple assembly, and put it through its paces. We have been eagerly anticipating the arrival of this revolutionary new travel system since we first saw a prototype almost ... Read More »

Bench Coach: A new potty from Boon

The brand new Potty Bench from Boon is the second innovative product released by this young and imaginative company. Following in the footsteps of the hit bathtub organizer, the Frog Pod, the Potty Bench was designed to be a functional, whimsical and contemporary affair. The designers at Boon have put a lot of thought into this product, and it shows. ... Read More »

It sucks when your baby has a cold.

Literally. There’s a brand new nasal aspirator from Bebesounds that offers battery-powered suction. This product would be hysterically funny if it weren’t so downright innovative. There’s nothing more awful and frustrating than trying to pin down a writhing, miserable and congested baby to stick a rubber bulb up her nose and suck out its overflowing contents. If you haven’t been ... Read More »

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