Meet Paul. Paul is Ella's dad. He started Ella's Kitchen because he wanted to teach his daughter that eating healthily could be fun and delicious, too. Paul asked his daughter a lot of questions about what she liked about certain foods; he asked experts, too, including psychologists and supermarkets, about what makes foods appealing to kids. He discovered that the snacks little ones love most tend to appeal to all five senses; In addition to tasting and smelling good, they boasted bright packaging. Starting with USDA-certified organic baby foods, Paul set out to make his foods as fun as possible.
Along the way, he decided that the responsibility he'd taken on himself to instill lifelong healthy eating habits went with a few other responsibilities, too. He takes up community causes, donating money and offering support to worthy organizations. He also does his best to keep his company green, providing customers young and old with recycling instructions and even partnering with TerraCycle to make eco-products out of his baby food's discarded packaging.?
Jessica Alba, actress, mother, and philanthropist, and Christopher Gavigan, a father and former CEO of a national nonprofit that taught parents how to protect their children from toxic risks, created The Honest Company in order to provide parents with eco-friendly, sustainable products safe for babies and families. Now, their socially responsible company supplies families with an ever-growing line of baby, bath, skincare, and cleaning products.
Every item the company ships out, it designs and manufactures on its own?and it backs its inventory with the Honestly Free Guarantee, an emphatic defiance against health-compromising chemicals and compounds. Customers can order completely personalized bundles, which contain everything from laundry detergent and bug spray to stylish patterned diapers.
It was 1986 when Richard Caudle, a school psychologist, saw something missing in children's education. The lesson plans used lacked multisensory learning approaches, music, and engaging content that would make learning fun. Taking matters into his own chalk-covered hands, Mr. Caudle contacted his brother Brad, a musician, and together the two recorded Rock 'N Learn's first program. More than 25 years and a slew of awards later, the company still remains a family affair. Brad's wife, Melissa, writes material and coordinates research, while Richard's wife, Kathie, manages the sales and marketing team. Together, they have created more than 50 books, audio programs, and videos.
Rock 'N Learn's educational DVDs and CDs fuse music and colorful imagery to teach skills in areas such as math, science, phonics, and language. Their DVD programs give life to animated characters such as D.J. Doc, the Hip Hop Hamster, who raps positive lyrics about states and capitals and the challenges of finding rodent-sized sunglasses. Some of Rock 'N Learn's other items include interactive stories for the iPad and iPhone as well as DVDs that cover test-taking strategies.
Thanks to Identity Direct, Mickey Mouse knows your child by name. So does Snow White, Big Bird, Spongebob Squarepants, and Captain America. In personalized storybooks and other keepsakes, these characters and others invite little ones on an adventure they'll never forget.
But kids aren't the only beneficiaries of the company's heartfelt, custom-made gift items. The master of the backyard party can leave no doubt as to who rules the sun-soaked feast with a personalized bar and barbecue set. And engraved cufflinks, golf accessories, business card carriers, and travel alarm clocks keep family members close even when they're far away. No matter a loved ones' tastes, Identity Direct creates keepsakes just for them.
Step 1. Purchase your Groupon using the buy button on this page.Step 2. Locate your redemption code, which differs from the Groupon number and can be found in the center of the voucher. The voucher is viewable in the mobile app or by going to My Groupons and clicking the print link.Step 3. Visit product site, customize your Bobblehead, and enter the redemption code located in the center of your Groupon into the "Coupon Code" field at checkout. Step 4. Enjoy!
Brika's everyday housewares and decorative pieces are eclectic, colorful, and thoughtfully made. Crafted by hand, the shop's selections include delicate sterling-silver jewelry, children's cloud mobiles, and chocolate truffles. Just about anything in the shop makes for an original housewarming gift?best sellers include bird-print clutches, wooden serving trays, and bacon-soy candles.