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It’s all about the most precious little people in the world


It’s all about the most precious little people in the world

Book your ticket now for the event that’s all about your precious baby, toddler or pre-schooler – The Baby Show, from 26 to 28 October 2012 at the ASB Showgrounds.

The show brings together a carefully selected range of the many things you as a parent need to raise your littlies from zero to about five years old. The great advantage for you is having all these products and services together in one place – so you can quickly find what you’re looking for, try it out, ask questions, compare prices and buy on the spot.

View an incredible range of essential products
Check out new products including stylish stationary for mums from Inner-B, Natural hair product from Pineapple Heads, to our well-known favourites, Nuk Breastfeeding, Safe T Sleeps sleepwraps, Babu Merino baby wear, Slumbersac baby sleeping bags, ‘4 in 1 cots’ from Touchwood NZ, first Impressions Casting and more. There will be a ton of big brands at the show too, like Pumpkin Patch, Baby Factory, Huggies, Mustella, Avent, BPM Childcare and Treasures.

Meet Nigel Latta and other parenting experts
Because no one gives you a manual with your baby, this event provides tons of free seminars on the tough stuff like sleep, tantrums, fussy eaters, etc. This year’s line-up includes TV personality and parenting guru Nigel Latta, ‘Green Smoothie’ advocate Victoria Boutenko, author Kathy Fray, ‘baby whisperer’ Sharlene Poole, Kitty Ho on infant massage and Samantha Thurlby-Brooks on sleeping comfortably during pregnancy.

Bring your wee ones with you
You’re shopping with your kids in mind so why not bring them along? Then you can see if things fit, check they like it too, and give them a fun outing all at the same time. And the show is built for young families, with extra-wide aisles for prams, free entertainment for the kids, a parenting room, and much more.

Plan your visit online before you go
The Baby Show website (www.babyshow.co.nz) lets you figure out your plan of attack before you go – with a full list of exhibitors and other info that you can click on and add to your personal ‘itinerary’. You can then print it out or share it via Facebook or Twitter. Cool eh?

Fund your child’s education with ASG
We all know your child’s education is important – but have you thought about how you’re going to pay for it? Visit ASG Education Programs New Zealand at Stand B4 for more info, collect your free show bag, and enter the draw to win a fantastic Education Scholarship prize.

Buy your ticket online and save
Online tickets are only $13 (plus $1.00 booking fee) gates sales are $15 – and you not only save a couple of bucks, but do it now and you also go in the draw to win a Springfree trampoline. Go to www.babyshow.co.nz.


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