If you click & buy I may receive a small commission, thank you. I love getting to check out all the new (and new to me) babywearing goodies at the ABC show. Here is some of what I saw. In prior years I’ve furiously scribbled notes while listening to booth owners, then had trouble reading them later. This year I thought “I don’t need to write this down, I’ll remember it,” and we all know how that works out! I recommend checking out the company websites and Facebook pages for more details and to fact-check me!
BabyBjörn Baby Carrier One Outdoors
Post contains affiliate links. If you click through and buy, I receive a small commission. Thank you! The new BabyBjörn Baby Carrier One Outdoors is an ergonomic hiking baby carrier with 4-way front and back carrying options. The carrier has a sturdy waist belt with pocket, padded shoulder straps with loops, a built-in insert and adjustable head & neck supports to carry children from newborn to about 33 pounds (3 years). (It’s recommended that babies be at least 5 months old for the front facing position and 12 months for back carries.)
Ergobaby Ribbons Carrier
If you click & buy, I receive a small commission. Thank you. The brand new Ergobaby Ribbons Carrier and their Carry for a Cure Initiative were just announced, in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. $5 per Ribbons Carrier will be donated to Susan G. Komen in 2016-2017, with a guaranteed minimum donation of $25,000.
In a press release published today, the announcement that ERGObaby will acquire (a.k.a. is buying) Tula Baby came as a surprise to most of us. The release states the definitive agreement includes a purchase price of $73.8 million and is expected to close within the next 45 days.
“For the fiscal year ended December 31, 2015, Baby Tula reported net revenue of approximately $24.8 million and EBITDA of approximately $13.1 million” which probably doesn’t surprise anyone who follows the Tula craze!
Post contains affiliate links. 6 years ago I sat down and pecked out the first few posts on Change-Diapers (then hosted on Blogspot). I had switched my middle child to cloth diapers and was having a hard time finding all of the information. Bits here, pieces there and lots of contradictions. I was far from an expert but hoped that sharing my journey would help others in the same position. I jokingly say that you can find a “cloth diaper blogger” on every street corner now days but that wasn’t the case in 2009!
Here I am 6 years later, still blogging and having cloth diapered two children during that time. Earlier this year I bid on a package Cottonbabies contributed to a charity auction and won. I tucked away the solid colors to use as prizes and saved the Jules print for this! I’m not sure if Jules is still anyone’s unicorn but one of you will win a Bumgenuis 4.0 in Jules print from me and lots of great sponsors are offering prizes as well!