Wednesday, June 23, 2010
These are some of the items that will be on sale:
bumbleride flite stroller (lava black) - reg price $250 / sale price $200
littokids manhattan crib (zebra wood) - reg price $950 / sale price $800
nurseryworks loom storage (3-piece) - regprice $1095 / sale price $600
nurseryworks duet twin bed (with trundle, trundle mattress and toddler rail) - reg price $2050 / sale price $1450
nurseryworks duet twin bed (no trundle) - reg price $1750 / sale price $1350
nurseryworks platform bed (circles on headboard, dark wood) - reg price $1500 / sale price $1000
nurseryworks sleepytime rocker (mocha twill with light legs) - reg price $900 / sale price $500
nurseryworks storytime rocker (lime twill with light legs) - reg price $800 / sale price $450
nurseryworks storytime rocker (watermelon pink felt with light legs) - reg price $800 / sale price $400
oeuf sparrow twin bed (grey) - reg price $860 / sale price $750
orbit infant stroller system (infant car seat, car seat base, stroller frame and cargo pod in mocha) - reg price $900 / sale price $650
orbit toddler stroller seat (with rain cover and carry bag in mocha) - reg price $220 / sale price $150
If you have a question about the sale or items that are on sale, please call the store at 773-489-0009.
Janeen Hayward of SwellBeing, a Chicago parenting resource, visited grow for an in-store discussion of smart infant sleep habits that can ensure healthy sleep for parents.
SwellBeing offers individual consultations, discussion groups and workshops on topics ranging from preparation to postpartum to parenting toddlers with the philosophy that parents’ well-being is crucial to child’s. Hayward used her background in clinical psychology and her most recent education as a mother of two girls to counsel guests on the importance of instilling healthy sleep habits in both infants and parents from birth, expounding on the effects of developmental stages and even feeding on sleep patterns.
Establishing “smart infant sleep” requires a certain regimen, says Hayward, but also a flexibility and an acceptance of the inevitable adjustments for a specific child in a specific stage. She explained that age is less important than cognitive ability when it comes to sleep.Hayward offered information and recommendations from the APA, but conveyed an open-mindedness to personal choices when it comes to sleeping environments for infants and toddlers.
grow offered 10% off all sleep-related items such as bassinets, cribs, mattresses, bedding and infant sacques to attendees of the event.