Bringing a new baby home for the first time can be stressful. Your life will certainly never be the same after becoming a mom for the first time and with all the items you need to make this transition easier on yourself and your little one, it’s no wonder that parents are finding themselves overwhelmed.
New products and gear are introduced all the time and things are much more sophisticated, hip and more secure than they were just seven years ago when I started shopping for baby products.
Jayneoni Moore is the expert at putting together fun, interactive and inspiring events for new and expecting moms and her latest event, She’s Having a Baby, will be another exciting reason to get together and celebrate motherhood and all things baby-related. I was pleased to work with her a few years back when she hosted the Boom Boom Room for new parents (at the time) Chris Noth and Tori Spelling.
Jayneoni asked me to speak at this weekend’s event and I am honored to be able to hare some insight with the moms in the crowd as well as on hand to answer questions about Surviving Early Parenthood and what it takes to Create the Family of Your Dreams and how technology and social media can enhance your family’s experience.
Tickets are $45 per person, although each and every guest will leave with a goodie bag overflowing with baby products from top brands. Proceeds from the event will go to First Book, an organization that provides new books to children in need.
If you’re in Southern California and are a new or expecting mom, you won’t want to miss this fabulous event taking place Sunday, May 23rd at the Beverly Hilton Hotel from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. Celebrity appearances and guest speakers will be there throughout the day in between product demonstrations, a maternity fashion show, pampering for the moms and moms-to-be, and giveaways from many great sponsors. One lucky winner will take home an Orbit 2 Stroller so be sure to sign up for you and your friends or family who may be welcoming a new baby this year!
I hope to see you there!
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