Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Los Angeles, CA (May 8, 2009) – Silver Spoon Entertainment Marketing hosted the 3rd annual Silver Spoon Dog & Baby Buffet at the Hyatt regency in Century City on Friday, May 8th , and Saturday, May 9th. The 2-day long event offered the newest and most fashionable in baby clothing, toys and furniture along with couture dog fashions, cuisine and grooming. The Buffet provided everything a new mom in the spotlight could desire to make their new additions comfortable! In addition, the event raised approximately $5,000 for The Bailey Bayo Foundation, a non-profit working to help children.
Attendees included: Amber Valletta (Hitch), Taryn Manning (Hustle & Flow), Shannon Elizabeth (“Cuts”), Larenz Tate (Crash), Kelly Hu (X-men II), Lisa Edelstein ("House, M.D."), Kevin Weisman (“Alias”), Amy Acker (“Alias”, “Angel”), Bill Bellamy (“Fastlane”), Marissa Jaret Winokur (“Stacked”, Tony winner for Hairspray), Bridgette Wilson Sampras (The Wedding Planner), Pete Sampras (Grand Slam Tennis Champion), Danny Pino (“Cold Case”), Jennifer Finnigan (“Close to Home”), Jonathan Silverman (“The Single Guy”), Melissa Rivers (TV Guide Channel), Victoria Fuller (“The Amazing Race”), Jonathan Baker (The Amazing Race”), socialite Casey Johnson, James Carpinello ("So noTORIous"), Skye McCole Bartusiak ("CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"), Tony Hale ("Arrested Development"), Kelli McCarty (“Passions”), Mayim Blalik ("Blossom"), Ali Landry , Samantha Harris, Jason Priestley, Natasha Alam ("Entourage") , Marilyn Guevara ("Dirty Sexy Money"), Lynne Curtin ("Real Housewives of Orange County"), Among many other Media, Press and Celebrities.
I Booker Media founder Gemma Touchstone commented, “Every year the Dog and Baby Buffet brings the very best in baby and dog products to showcase at this elite event. This year our selections ranged from Bee Gee Bags retro custom clutch Bags to Sunshine Kids Children's car seats. We even had child psychologist Dr. Selena Emond PH.D on hand to share parenting tips and plan "Parenting Parties".
This event caters to the red carpet style which celebrities, stylists, media and industry heavyweights crave. Prestigious manufactures from around the world join I Booker Media in presenting exclusive Gift bags for selected guests valued at $3,000.00 Invited celebrities, media and special guests at this event will find the latest and greatest baby and children's goods and services.
At this year’s I Booker Media Dog & Baby Buffet, attendees sampled baby clothing from celebrity favorite Micro Me & Frenchy Baby Organics, retro clutch bags from Bee Gee Bags, and innovative and stylish active wear from Krista Pendergast clothing and t-shirts from SkateDanceWear.com, Fantaisie Kids protected tiny heads from the sun with beautiful hats, while Fashion Angels gifted Project Runway creative art kits for the littlest designer. Moms-to-be were able to choose stylish fashions from Is A Belt and select custom embroidered T's from Logan & Blue. New moms snagged Posh Petals hair accessories & hats, and cute kids purses from Grayce Lee. They were also able to choose Barbamel Books & Hip Hop Baby Videos for the latest in educational fun. Sunshine Kids offered the latest in Safe Care seats and Wett Giggles made kids smile with creative bath time soaps. Fortunate babes got to enjoy cute Paci Plushies soft character pacifier holders as well as blankets from Tralala Inc. Moms and babies were gifted with summer essentials by Rejoice Body Care and every parent was invited to Host a Parenting Party with renowned child Psychologist Dr. Selena Emond PHD. Guests were treated to refreshments from WATAAH.
About I Booker Media Entertainment Marketing
I Booker Media Entertainment Marketing has set the trend in Hollywood during award season. With casual ambiance and a unique atmosphere, I Booker Media continues to set the precedent for award show pre-pampering. Designers, jewelers, manufactures, cosmetic and new and innovative lines from around the world travel to Los Angeles to gain access to the media and celebrities surrounding this global event. The company is the creation of Gemma Touchstone and the I Booker Media Team.
I Booker Media www.IBookersGuide.com - The Official Children's Network
DR. SELENA EMOND www.DrSelena.com
WETT GIGGLES www.WettGiggles.com
REJOICE BODY CARE www.Rejoicebodycare.com
MICRO CLOTHING www.Microclothing.com
HIP HOP BABY www.ItsHipHopBaby.com
FASHION ANGELS ENTERPRISES www.FashionAngelsEnterprises.com
SUNSHINE KIDS www.skjp.com
KRISTA PENDERGAST DESIGN www.SkateDanceWear.com
IS A BELT www.IsABelt.com
FRENCHY BABY ORGANICS www.FrenchybabyOrganics.com
POSH PETALS www.MyPoshPetals.com
BARBAMEL BOOKS INC. www.ILoveMommyBecause.com
BEE GEE BAGS www.BeeGeeBags.com
GRAYCE LEE www.GrayceLee.com
FANTAISIE KIDS www.FantaisieKids.com
Tralala Inc. www.TralalaInc.com
Friday, May 8, 2009
WATERPROOF TRAINING PANTS FOR TODDLERS
We're potty training here at It's Hip Hop, Baby! and we discovered a set of potty training pants that are working out pretty well-- so we thought we'd share.
These potty training pants are great because we have a special needs child in the It's Hip Hop Baby family so larger training pants were hard to find.
Second, we wanted something that would fit on top of underwear so the child still feels like they're responsible for staying dry and these fit the bill.
Lastly, when the child is roaming around the house you don't have to worry about wet spots on the furniture.
**One cautionary note-- do not let a child sleep in them...they leak. Overnight we recommend overnight pull ups.
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Here's why you should put sunscreen, shirts, and shade in the same non-negotiable category as car seats, toothbrushing, and bike helmets, from Parents magazine and the American Academy of Dermatology:
You probably think you're on the ball when it comes to sun safety: You always put sunscreen on your kids, and they rarely, if ever, come home looking like a lobster. However, new research has found that overall sun exposure in childhood -- not just burns -- significantly increases the risk of skin cancer. "Young, developing skin may be particularly vulnerable to UV rays," says Parents advisor Lawrence Eichenfield, MD, chief of pediatric and adolescent dermatology at Rady Children's Hospital, in San Diego. "If your child is getting intense sun exposure playing outdoors, she's in danger of developing melanoma -- the most serious type of skin cancer -- even if she has what appears to be a healthy tan." Childhood melanoma is rare -- most cases don't show up until adulthood -- but the number of kids diagnosed has been increasing almost 3 percent every year.
If all this news makes you want to grab your kids and move into a cave, don't panic: There's plenty you can do to keep them safe. The best protection is still lots of broad-spectrum sunscreen, which blocks both UVA and UVB rays. One study of more than 300 kids found that those who wore sunscreen whenever they were outside for more than 30 minutes developed significantly fewer moles than those who wore sunscreen sporadically or not at all. (The more moles a child has, the greater his lifetime risk of skin cancer.) Just as important: limiting the time your kids spend in the sun between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., and making sure they wear protective clothing, a wide-brimmed hat, and sunglasses. We teamed up with experts from the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) to bring you real-world ways to protect your family without spoiling your summer.