April 6, 2018
Babies ‘R’ Us will help parents celebrate their little ones’ very first holiday season with a special series of “Baby’s First Christmas” in-store events.
On select Saturdays in Nov. from 10 to 11am, Babies ‘R’ Us stores across the country will welcome new parents and their babies to take part in adorable activities to commemorate this memorable milestone, including playful storytime, photo opportunities and make-and-take ornament crafting. Attendees will receive the all-new Baby’s First Christmas Gift Guide, which features a curated assortment of items sorted by a baby’s age range and developmental stage. Those who attend the one-hour events will also have the opportunity to enjoy giveaways and win raffle prizes from top baby product manufacturers, while meeting and greeting with other moms and dads in their local area.
“At Babies ‘R’ Us, we know just how important it is to celebrate a baby’s first Christmas and the immeasurable joy parents feel as they revel in each special moment, from watching their child open their first holiday gift to dressing them up in festive attire,” says Jennifer Knowles, vice president, marketing, Babies ‘R’ Us, U.S. “From offering assistance in picking the perfect present and hosting fun activities, to providing exciting opportunities to win prizes in-store and online, our mission is to serve as a welcoming destination where moms and dads—and their little ones— can come together to share in the joy of their babies’ first holiday season.”
There will be three events at Babies ‘R’ Us.
· Nov. 8: Babies born in December 2013; January, February and March 2014
· Nov. 15: Babies born in April, May, June and July 2014
· Nov.22: Babies born in August, September, October and November 2014
Babies ‘R’ Us is also inviting parents to celebrate their babies’ first holiday by participating in an upcoming “Baby’s First Christmas” Twitter Party. Those who follow @BabiesRUs on Twitter can join the conversation on Nov. 11 at 9:00 pm EST, during a chat led by @CoolMomPicks, using the hashtag #FirstHoliday. Participants can ask questions, receive expert advice, and share their own insights and tips for the holidays as part of the online celebrations.
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