The showroom at Baby's 1st hosts a menagerie of baby toys, gifts, accessories, and parental aids that cater to new, expecting and seasoned parents and their children. Expecting mothers can delight in the soft, cradling embrace of the Medela Abdominal Maternity Support ($24.95), which provides back relief by supporting wombs of all sizes, or slumber deeply while embracing a hypoallergenic upper body ergonomic pillow ($44.95), designed to satiate a primal need to hug large sacks of grain. Toddlers can unwind with a variety of colorful wooden puzzles, such as the wood puzzle boat ($9.95) or puzzle train ($9.95), while infants can stay stylish with the child's sheepskin aviator hat ($38.95), which warms tiny noggins or large melons. A natural Moses basket ($49.95) cradles children safely in shades of pink, blue, sage, or ecru gingham, while the bug net system for cribs and strollers ($19.95) emulates the excitement of tropical living.
• For $12, you get a premium wine tasting for two people, including five tastings per person, one cheese platter, and two souvenir glasses (a $25.48 value). • For $25, you get a premium wine tasting for four people, including five tastings per person, two cheese platters, and four souvenir glasses (a $49.90 value). • For $38, you get a premium wine tasting for six people, including five tastings per person, three cheese platters, and six souvenir glasses (a $75.38 value).
Provide handmade soap, cosmetics and various other bath and body products with unique beauty and premium quality. Our soap is made using the cold-process method; each soap batch made by hand with natural vegetable based oils and ingredients with integrity and hard work.
The Christmas enthusiasts at Santa's Candy Castle entertain children and their parents with an interactive computer lab directly connected to the North Pole, an old-fashioned candy shop, and a holiday-themed exterior that resembles a gingerbread house. One access card (a $10 value) to the North Pole Network—a group of six computers directly connected to the North Pole and its inhabitants—grants children a straight communication shot to one of six elves. Computer tables and chairs lowered to the level of a grown man's kneecap support the candy-filled bodies of youngsters while they plunk away at colorful, oversized keys on durable keyboards made to withstand even the weightiest Christmas wish list. Once connected to the network, children ask an elf if they've made it onto Santa Claus's good list. All of the children, good or bad, receive a good list certificate emblazoned with an official gold seal, endorsements from the elf and Santa Claus, the child's name, and a discarded nose light bulb from a famous reindeer.