Style and practically were the two buzz words at this year’s Chicago Baby Show. Parents and parents to be strolled through Navy Pier checking out the latest in baby and toddler paraphernalia. At first I didn’t think I’d find anything interesting since I’m not a mother, but I was pleasantly surprised. There was truly something for everyone and each vender had an unique and welcoming displays.
The first product that caught my eye were the different baby wipes. Several companies were represented at the show, but one really caught my interest with their story. Emily Fraser’s love for her son, Archie inspired her to create these phenomenal wipes. Every product she used irritated his sensitive skin so in 2016, she developed Bets and Emy. I learned these wipes aren’t necessarily just for babies. These wipes can be used in the bathroom by older children and adults, they’re prefect for travel, for removing makeup, cleaning up messes such as barbeque and melting ice cream and so much more.
Another product I loved was Prince Lionheart’s Tubimals were one of the most perfect and cutest products for babies. Sinks are too small for baby to move, kick and play and regular tubs can be too dangerous. Tubimals are infant and toddler that allow room for movement and makes bath time fun. Parents can also put the tubimal in the regular tub for supervised splish splashy fun. What makes the tubimal unique is that once baby has grown too big for it, the adorable tubimal can be used as a storage bin. The best part is each tubimal comes in cute animal shapes. This product is something both patents and babies will enjoy.
The last product that caught my eye was the Ta Ta Towel. Since God seemed to have given me larger breasts, this was definitely a product for me. The ta ta towel helps with that annoying breast sweat by keeping you cool, its perfect for holding up larger breasts. Its great for nursing moms and cancer patients, or if you’re just getting ready for a night too. They come in so many colors and prints it may be hard to just pick one.There were soo many products to name but they were all great. I’m looking forward to meeting new bloggers, catching up with old friends, and seeing a whole new batch of baby and toddler products when the Baby Show rolls into Chicago once again next summer.