Some of my friends have started having babies, which I'll admit, wast a total mystery me at first. Granted, they're a couple years older than I, but nevertheless, the “how to care for a little person” question is somewhat daunting. So when, strolling, sans stroller, back to my apartment from a Friday happy hour, maternity curiosity got the better of me when I saw Grow.
Contemporary and calming, Grow is a parental port for all necessary (and adorable) children’s items. I felt at ease and even a bit envious looking at all the hot-to-trot decorations modern babies boast: gorgeous Dwell crib bedding in cowgirl themes, bunny wall-art, and hypnotic wood mobiles. I found nursery items galore, including baby bottles, bibs, and blankets, and delighted at the Kate Quinn clothing (sized 0–6 years) that actually had me jotting mental notes for future baby shower gifts. I even saw one of the coolest three-piece stroller sets, a creation of Orbit Baby that included a car seat, stroller, and a base all in one (my only question was where is the built-in WiFi?!)
Grow is the ultimate retail package for nurture-purchase therapy and totally convinced me that shopping for little people is both entertaining and fun. Since my fantastic discovery, I've introduced Grow to multiple mama's to be and all come back with raving reviews and purchases. This is a must see if you are expecting or play the role of gift giver.
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