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Joolz Lets Parents And Children Enjoy The Ride Of Life

Joolz Lets Parents And Children Enjoy The Ride Of Life

Check Out Our Live Gender Reveal On “Good Day New York”

Check Out Our Live Gender Reveal On “Good Day New York”

Have you marked your calendar for the New York Baby Show this weekend? To share our excitement about the big upcoming event–the largest consumer event in the country for expectant and new parents–we stopped by Fox5 to share a live gender reveal with three expectant couples on “Good Day New York” with Rosanna Scotto and Lori Stokes.

Check out the video below for all the gender reveal fun, as well as all the scoop about the 2018 New York Baby Show!

New York Life Makes Planning For Your Family’s Future A Total Breeze

New York Life Makes Planning For Your Family’s Future A Total Breeze

Though milestones like college can seem far away when you’re the parent of a little baby or a parent-to-be, it’s incredibly important for new parents to begin planning their family’s financial future–and that’s where partners like New York  Life come in. New York Life offers a variety of college planning and life insurance solutions that they can tailor to your family’s needs–and what’s more, they will be exhibiting at the New York Baby Show coming up on May 19 and 20 at Pier 94!

The nation’s biggest show for expectant and new families, the New York Baby Show is a wonderful family-friendly mega-event featuring everything to do with maternity, baby, and toddler. From top products to trusted parenting experts, the New York Baby Show welcomes thousands of expectant and new parents from New York City, the Tri-State area, and beyond!

Tickets to the New York Baby Show are $30 per family, and $20 per individual.


To learn more about New York Life, we caught up with their team!

How would you describe New York Life’s mission and core offerings? 

Our core offerings to new parents are life insurance and college planning. We offer a variety of solutions and can tailor any plan to the new parents’ needs.

What makes New York Life insurance policies important for new and expectant parents?

I am a parent of two small children. For me, life insurance is sleep insurance. I can sleep at night knowing that if I am no longer in the picture, my wife and children will be able to stay in our home and our schools, and college will be taken care of.

What sets New York Life apart from other insurers on the market? 

We are the highest-rated life insurance company in the industry.

What advice would you give expectant or new parents when it comes to planning for their family’s financial future?   

Make protecting your family’s future a priority now. It’s easy to wait, but the results of waiting can be tragic.

What can parents expect to see from you at the New York Baby Show? 

We will be on hand to discuss life insurance and college planning, and to set appointments for detailed planning.

To learn more about New York Life, visit newyorklife.com!


Evenflo Feeding Inc. Is On A Mission To Ensure Better Care For Every Baby

Evenflo Feeding Inc. Is On A Mission To Ensure Better Care For Every Baby

Tickets to the New York Baby Show are $30 per family; $20 per individual. Children are free.


We spoke with an Evenflo Feeding Inc. member about what to expect at this year’s Baby Show!

What should expectant and new parents know about your brand?
We are a female-led organization that is on a mission to ensure better care for every baby by providing families with a quality, innovative products, at a price that does not break the bank. Regardless of wealth or status or community, we are true believers that EVERY family should be able to have the feeding journey they want to have.

What’s new (in the past year) with your brand?
Last year we launched our Balance + Wide Bottle—it is pretty amazing and over 90% of parents are recommending it. We received so much positive feedback on the bottle, that we have designed a new Balance + Pacifier to compliment. Designed to encourage proper tongue placement and movement without interfering with mom’s personal breast-feeding journey, our Balance + Stage 1 Pacifier is perfect for babies 0-6 months. The cylindrical shape helps promotes tongue cupping, mimicking what baby does while breast feeding.

We are also launching our new Advanced Milk Storage Bags! Our bags feature military-grade material developed for superior strength. With a leak resistant design and wider side seals, you can feel confident that your liquid gold is secure. The bag features a tear-off, pour spout top, and a secure bottom for a stable, upright position when filling and still freezes flat.

What is your most popular product right now?
Do we have to pick just one?! We have a few products that are really popular right now!

Our full-time use Advanced Double Electric Breast Pump is a must-have. This hospital strength pump is a closed system, meaning that no breast milk gets into the tubing. Our pump comes with multiple flange sizes and has independent speed and suction control, allowing mom to get the most out of her pumping sessions. We also know that when you first start pumping, that it can be very overwhelming. So we include free access to two full length digital classes presented by Shari Criso, IBCLC, CNM, RN. This pump can be powered via cord or battery, so it is great at home or on-the-go!

Another parent favorite (as it is recommended by over 90% of them!) is our Balance + Bottle. Developed by pediatric feeding experts, the gradual sloped nipple shape and slow flow rate allow for a proper latch and a comfortable drinking pace for baby. The venting technology reduces the potential for colic, reflux, gas, and fussiness. And bonus, it is only four pieces (including the cap) so it is super easy to clean!

Why should Baby Show attendees stop by your booth at the New York Baby Show in 2018?
Our AMAZING team–Elise, Lauren and Christina–will be at the show to talk all things feeding. We will also have baby expert, Shari Criso, with us and speaking both days. Of course we will have all of our latest and greatest products from breast pumps to bottles. We may even have a few to giveaway!

Are you offering any special contests or discounts at the New York Baby Show in 2018?
Coupons and samples and feeding education–oh my!

To learn more, visit evenflofeeding.com

Looliez Will Help Your Little One Become The Next Child Star!

Looliez Will Help Your Little One Become The Next Child Star!

Tickets to the New York Baby Show are $30 per family; $20 per individual. Children are free.


We spoke with a Looliez team member about what to expect at this year’s Baby Show!

What should expectant and new parents know about your brand?
Looliez is a resource for global businesses and parents of child models, talent, brand reps, and ambassadors to connect directly. Our goal is to give all kids the opportunity to break into the modeling/brand rep industry and capture the attention of top brands and businesses, but without the agency fees or contracts.

What’s new (in the past year) with your brand?
We have made the membership free for all parents! It’s quick and easy to create a membership profile and connect with brands.

Why should Baby Show attendees stop by your booth at the New York Baby Show in 2018?
Come visit us to learn more about Looliez–all new members/members who stop by and sign up will be entered to win a number of giveaways exclusive to the New York Baby Show!

To learn more, visit looliez.com

Cute Babies Of Instagram

Cute Babies Of Instagram

It’s no secret that babies are cute. In fact, they’re so cute that parents create Instagram accounts for their beloved little ones so the rest of the world can look in awe. We’ve gathered some of the most adorable child-focused Instagram accounts that we love for you to marvel at (and of course, undoubtedly follow). So, forget #RKOI, it’s all about #CBOI!

Quick Twin Tips For Parents-To-Be

Quick Twin Tips For Parents-To-Be

Twin babies having fun on a studio white floor

Congratulations! Instead of the traditional one bun in the oven, you’re expecting a pair. Yes, it’s overwhelming. Yes, it’s a tad bit scary. But you just hit the parenting lotto! Now if you could only hit the real lotto to pay for those college tuitions, we’d be all set.

I want to introduce myself. I’m Natalie Diaz, founder of Twiniversity.com and author of What To Do When You’re Having Two, the bestselling book for expectant twin parents. What? You don’t have a copy? No worries! I’m going to give you some quick tips today and you can Google me later. For now…on with the tips!

Stay Positive:

A twin pregnancy has a lot more challenges than a singleton pregnancy and often has some additional bumps in the road. Stay on top of the bumps and ask plenty of questions at your doctors’ appointments so you’re always on top of things. A support network is key, so connecting to your local twins club is a must (and if you don’t have a local twins club, you have us here at Twiniversity). Having real twin parents to talk to who’ve been there and done that will help ease your fears on what twin parents consider “normal” when it comes to pregnancy. I’ll warn you now, you’ll have more doctor’s appointments, more ultrasounds, and more tests than an expectant singleton family, but realize that most of it is totally typical in a multiple birth, so don’t get worried.

Start Shopping:

With the average twin pregnancy lasting around 36 weeks, you won’t have as much time to prepare as your friends who are expecting one. Do your homework on strollers, car seats, cribs, mattresses and more. Twiniversity’s expecting twins classes were made to help you prepare, and a full suggested registry list can be found in my book as well. Start with a realistic budget and try to stay within it. Often folks think that twins are double the cost, and while that can be true, there are A lot of ways to save, including buying from companies with Multiple Birth Discount programs. Did you know that many major retailers offer a discount to twin families for buying two of the same large item, such as cribs and car seats? Yup! It’s true.

Get Ready to Play 20 Questions:

When your friends, family, and even strangers find out you’re expecting two, get ready for the questions! They will want to know if they are girls or boys, if you’re planning to deliver vaginally or via C-section, and more. After the birth, people will always ask: “Who was first?” and they will ask you if your clearly fraternal boy/girl twins are “identical” (that one is my personal favorite). When people see twins, they lose their natural socially acceptable filter and start asking some deeply personal questions. Don’t be shocked to hear from a stranger on the bus: “Whose sperm did you use?” “Where did you get the eggs?” and more. Yup, it’s going to be a wild ride.


When we first found out there was a second heartbeat, my husband’s first words were: “We have to move!” Literally. I’m not joking. It was hard to celebrate the awesomeness of our twin pregnancy when our minds were racing 10 steps ahead. We were thinking about living arrangements, finances, our car, and even our dog. We were thinking that everything would have to change, and wondering if we could even handle it. It took us a while to step back and celebrate with our friends and family and toast our joyful expectant delivery. Everything did fall into place. We did eventually step back and take a breath, but I had wished we did it sooner.

These are just some quick tips to get you on your way. If you don’t have it yet, I strongly recommend you get our book and check out a local in-person class if you’re in NYC or Chicago, or an online class anywhere else in the world. Cheers to you and your upcoming bundles of joy!

Natalie Diaz is the founder of Twiniversity—the world’s leading twin resource and support network for parents of twins or more—which offers a selection of classes and resources. She is also the author of What To Do When You’re Having Two: The Twins Survival Guide From Pregnancy Through the First Year.


All Baby Everything

All Baby Everything

New York Family has very special and helpful resources for expectant and new parents (with children up to toddler age).

The New York Baby Show: The New York Baby Show is a wonderful family-friendly mega-event for expectant and new parents (and their babies and toddlers) from New York City, the Tri-State area, and beyond. Explore a mix of top products and services for maternity, baby, and toddler. Sample an inspiring line up of speakers and demonstrations from highly regarded and beloved figures in the world of parenting and pregnancy. Make discoveries, get your questions answered, feel supported and informed, win great raffles, and best of all…enjoy yourself!

Our Weekly Baby Newsletter: We also offer expectant and new parents a wonderful and free weekly e-newsletter filled with info on pre- and post-natal resources, shopping tips, news, and musings—not to mention fabulous giveaways.

Finally, the following directory should also help address many of your needs as a new parent.


5 Lessons For Your Second Pregnancy

5 Lessons For Your Second Pregnancy

Portrait of young pregnant attractive woman, standing by the window, dressed in casual clothing, day before due date

When I found out I was expecting a second child I almost couldn’t believe it. It was the day before my husband and I were throwing a New Year’s Eve party at our house and I was sure the at-home pregnancy test would read negative. My husband and I always wanted multiple children, but after a miscarriage last winter and nearly a year of trying without any luck, I thought secondary infertility might be the hand we were dealt. I had no pregnancy symptoms that raw December morning and didn’t want to deal with the disappointment of another negative test, but I figured I’d take it just to make sure. I was planning on enjoying my share of champagne, wine, and cured meats the next evening to help ease some of the holiday-induced stress. As luck would have it though, I found myself sipping sparkling water and suppressing a pregnancy-induced smile throughout the party.

This pregnancy started out much like the first, with equal parts disbelief and joy coursing their way through my body as I tried to wrap my mind around the idea that I was growing a poppy seed-sized embryo. But within a few short weeks, I quickly realized this pregnancy would be very different. Here’s what I learned from the first time around and what I’m doing differently.

1. I refuse to freak out about toxins.

Yes, toxic chemicals are real and they’re scary, but there’s so much noise about toxins being in everything from drinking water to furniture that I risk driving myself crazy trying to avoid them all. During my first pregnancy, I wouldn’t even go out in the sun because I was worried about potential baby-harming ingredients in sunscreen. This time around, I know to steer clear of things with retinoids, tetracycline, parabens, phthalates, and salicylic acid, and I’m leaving it at that.

2. I’m not buying anything.

As I learned with my first baby, people will practically trip over themselves to give you hand-me-downs and gifts, especially relatives and friends with young children. As a result I had close to 25 newborn onesies, and some of them my daughter outgrew before she could even wear them. So I plan on doing zero shopping before this baby arrives.

3. I’m signing up for prenatal yoga.

Self-care. The mere idea of it makes me feel funny. Put myself first? Why would I do that?! It doesn’t come naturally to many women. But if there’s any time to prioritize it, it’s when you’re expecting. During my first pregnancy, I thought walking my dog three times a day was good enough exercise and time to clear my mind. But while getting fresh air and sunlight with a furry friend has its benefits, it pales in comparison to the experience of attending a prenatal yoga class. The camaraderie you can build with other women in the same life situation is beyond description. Imagine being about to embark upon the most wild ride of your life, and having nine new friends to do that with? It’s almost priceless.

4. I won’t fight the “wisdom” of family and friends.

When I was pregnant with my daughter, I became so sick and tired of people telling me what to do that I started pushing back. If a relative told me I shouldn’t “be a hero” by trying to give birth without any medical interventions, I would lash out with statistics about fetal monitoring, epidural risks, and C-section incidences. Now that I’m expecting my second child, I plan to just smile and nod, and maybe try to change the subject when someone offers a nugget of wisdom. There’s no point in going to the mat with well-intentioned friends and family.

5. I’m wearing a bathing suit.

When I was pregnant with my first summer baby, I flat-out refused to slather myself with sunscreen and squeeze into a swimsuit. This time, I have no choice, being that I’m in charge of a toddler who wants desperately to swim and needs close supervision. So I bought a super-cute maternity swimsuit and plan on rocking it from June to September.

For all I know, this could be the last time I’m pregnant. So I fully plan on soaking up all the prenatal poses and pool time I can before Labor Day (and my labor day) comes.

Whitney C. Harris is a freelance writer living in Westchester, NY, with her husband and young daughter. Find her at whitneycharris.com.


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