Sunday, April 22, 2007

Taylor's Baby Room Decor Sale Now Thru May 31st!

Shop Taylor's Baby Room Decor Sale
Now Thru May 31st!

Save $20-$50 on Select Crib Bedding!
Save $20-$50 on Select Toddler Bedding!
Save $20 on Select Hand Painted Wall Art!
Save $20-$50 on Select Lighting & Chandeliers!
Save $50-$100 on Select Cradles & Cribs!
Save $25-$50 On Custom Hand Painted Furniture!
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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Taylor's Baby on! is a place for kids and parents who want to check out goodies that are fresh, rare, neat and maybe weird. Where anything you could possibly imagine will be found!

Visit them today for hot and trendy new product and read about Taylor's Baby's Review!

Monday, April 16, 2007

Birthday Party Hats Have Gone Couture!

Personalized and embellished birthday party hats are the hottest trend for children's birthdays!

Hand crafted from the finest materials in your choice of custom colors, emboirdery colors and trims, these hats will become a keepsake for years to come!

Perfect for that special First Birthday Prince or Princess!

To order you custom birthday hat visit at our Happy Birthday Department!

Hand Painted Letters - A Whimsical Decorative Accent for Children!

Hand Painted Letters are a magnificent decorative accent to your child's bedroom or playroom!

They love to see their very own names!

Our new line extended line includes exciting new designs in delicious colors to match all decors available with your choice of sawtooth hardware or coordinating ribbon for easy hanging. Custom color orders gladly accepted.

To view the entire line please visit at our Hand Painted Wooden Letter Department.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Extra Cute Baby Outfits

Parents live vicariously through their children and playdress-up.

One of the joys of being the parent of an infant comes in theform of choosing cute outfits for the baby to wear. Over the years, parents have narrowed this down to an art, finding andchoosing the most adorable outfits that they can imagine and making it seem that every day is Halloween for their infantsand toddlers. While scary and grotesque outfits rarely show upon a baby even during the actual Halloween holiday, there are plenty of parents that like to dress their sons as baseball players and their daughters as princesses. It’s almost as ifthe parents start to relive a second childhood through theirinfants and just want to play dress-up.

And that’s ok. It’s part of being a parent.

The Sailor -“We want you as a new recruit,” sang the Village People at the close of the 1970s in a song so popular that the US Navy thought of making it an official theme until someone finally advised the top brass what it implied. People love ships and sailors, though, and have been dressing their baby boys innaval inspired clothes for nearly a hundred years. The reasons aren’t very clear but it seems that every little boy or grown man comes across pictures of himself as an infant or toddler ina sailor’s suit at one time or another. If he could speak hemight say, “Batten down the hatches and swab the poopdeck,matey! And, unless I get a little help bottom-side, poop deck may take on a whole new meaning!

The Baseball Player- Every father imagines his son standing atop the mound in Yankee Stadium, three pitches away from a perfect game in the las tinning of the last game of the World Series. Even men who never excelled in sports themselves seem to have a burning desire tosee their sons go on to be the next big thing in Major LeagueBaseball. It’s the only feasible explanation for the popularityof baby boys’ baseball outfits. These are more common than the sailor suits and can be purchased in run of the mill stores like Wal-Mart, Kmart, and Target. Your boy may not be the next Nolan Ryan or even the next Bob Uecker, but you can dream thathe is as you admire him in his little uniform. These come inversions licensed by real Major League ball clubs and genericversions that just share some team colors.

The Princess - Little baby girls don’t escape the dress-up play imposed by their parents, but are outfitted in more traditional items like frilly dresses, white tights, and little patent leather shoes. Their mothers may imagine them to be princesses, prom queens,or debutants, but mostly just do their best to make them beautiful. Since all babies are beautiful and the only thing more beautiful than the average baby is your baby, they don’t have to try too hard.

About The Author: Kirsten Hawkins is a baby and parenting expert specializing new mothers and single parent issues. Visit for more information on how to raising healthy, happy children.