Wee Wee Wee all the way home!

The 1st Chair™ introduces a Farmhouse Mod style for the nursery. One of the most popular style trends in home interiors is a circle back to a more authentic lifestyle, an environment where our kids learn true family values by experiencing down-to-earth honesty in the items and influences we expose them to. Farmhouse Mod can be modernized with sophisticated fabrics and minimal decorations and it can be casual chic with updated plaid fabrics that reflect simplicity at its best. The 1st Chair offers a number of chair styles and fabric selections that express this hot trend in home décor. The …

Vote for Your Favorite Products!

Your opinion really counts, and you’re invited to vote for your favorite baby and children’s products in Baby & Children’s Product News magazine’s 2018 Reader’s Favorites Awards competition. Readers will be announced in our June/July issue. You can only vote once, so make your vote count. We can’t wait to see what this year’s favorite products are! Winners can use the 2018 logo, well recognized in the juvenile industry, in promoting their products throughout the year. To vote for your favorites click here!

Oh, baby! 5 unexpected (but common) symptoms experienced during pregnancy

Pregnancy is an exciting time in a woman’s life, filled with countless physical, emotional and lifestyle changes. Pregnant women often do research, read books or consult friends and family to determine what to expect during those nine months and how to best combat the symptoms that may arise. While issues like morning sickness and cravings are to be expected, there are several uncomfortable, but common, effects soon-to-be moms may be less likely to anticipate. “A woman is going to experience numerous changes to her body during pregnancy,” says Dr. Alyssa Dweck, an OB-GYN, author and expert on women’s health. “Although …

5 simple things you can do to promote literacy at home and beyond

What was your favorite childhood book? Chances are, you can come up with a title right away. That’s because books create powerful memories of stories and characters that inspire kids’ imaginations and will be treasured for a lifetime. Unfortunately, some children grow up with limited access to books, meaning they’re unable to create those memories so many people take for granted. A lack of books in the home is also linked to lower reading scores and less success in school, according to research by the Family and Community Engagement Research Compendium. Even more concerning, an Annie E. Casey Foundation report found students who …