We are very proud of the following review that we received from
Shower Your Baby is anything but your average, typical online
store. This Christian-based baby gift shop, the brainchild of Cindy
and Jeff Kennedy, not only offers a large and varied selection of
items that they proudly say are "made just for you", but more
importantly, they make it very clear throughout the site, that 50
percent of the profits go to "support missions to (but not limited
to) Guatemala". They even use a biblical saying as their motto ("He
who is kind to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will reward him
for what he has done". Proverb 19:17)
Included in the vast inventory are whimsical and handcrafted
(rather than mass produced) clothing for boys and girls (priced
from well below $100 to under $200); 'Car Seats & Booster
Seats' (priced from about $24.95 to $152.95); 'Unique Baby Gifts'
(ranging from about $12.95 to $159.95); 'Pedal Toys for Tots'
($194.95 to $384.95); 'Baby High Chairs' ($42.95 to $104.95); 'Play
Yards & Bassinets ($76.95 to $359.95); 'Unique Baby Cakes'
(yummy and eye catching celebratory desserts for special occasions,
priced from $59.95 to $154.95) and Rocking Chairs & Animals
($29.95 will get you a cute 'Singing and Talking Cow' but if you
want to go as high as $1999.95 you can be a proud owner of the
unique and handcrafted Rocking Horse). And they even offer
something for expecting moms - with an extensive selection of what
they consider to be highly flattering, slimming and "Sexy Maternity
Wear" (all priced under $300).
Marilyn Kirschner is the former senior market editor for Harper's
Bazaar. Presently, she's the editor-in-chief of the Look on Line, a
fashion magazine on the Internet. Marilyn is well versed in the New
York fashion scene. Over the course of her career she's attended
the major fashion shows in Paris, London, Milan and New York, and
covered major designers, some of whom included: Geoffrey Beene,
Bill Blass, Donna Karan, Anne Klein, Oscar de la Renta, Isaac
Mizrahi, Gemma Khang and many others. Here, her column brings the
kids' fashion scene to life.