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Pre-Golden Globes Boom Boom Room where baby product companies market to celebrities

Larry Berkhead and Dannielynn visiting Episencial Very Hungry Caterpillar collection.
Larry Berkhead and Dannielynn visiting Episencial Very Hungry Caterpillar collection.

I took my Go-To Mom.TV crew to the Hyatt Century Plaza Hotel to the BOOM BOOM ROOM Baby Gifting Suite - I'd never heard of this celebrity shindig, so I had to check it out!  It’s in it’s 5th year and is the number one destination for Hollywood's families during the weekend celebrating The Golden Globes: the best in TV & Movies. 

The Boom Boom Room featured over 80 Baby and toddler brands.  The Boom Boom Room had the Splendiferous Wonderland, a fun filled experience for the whole family featuring an Arts & Crafts booth sponsored by Alex Toys, a magical playroom for the kids sponsored by Fisher-Price & HABA Toys, an Eric Carle (author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar) library filled with fun reads for the kids and Cooking with Celebrity Chef Antonio, who showed us just how much fun kids can have with fresh fruit!

Luxury Brands included: Britax, Chicco, Skip Hop, Bright Starts, Timi & Leslie, Bratt Decor, MD Moms, Happy Heinys, Dandelion, #1 nursing clothing line Larrivo, Kid Basix, Organic Kidz, Loved Baby, Goodnight Light, Penguin Books, Moby Wrap, and Zooni.

Watch The Go-To Mom at the Boom Boom Room

Be sure to get the Go-To Mom’s new “Discipline” book this fall.  Book will be available on September 6th, 2010 from Jossey-Bass books.

Need a ‘pick-me-up?’ Read Kimberley Clayton Blaine’s other books on motherhood.  Kimberley is a national parenting expert and a licensed Family and Child Therapist who specializes in working with children ages newborn to six years old. Kimberley is the founder and executive producer of a grassroots webshow, called www.TheGoToMom.TV. Kimberley is a national speaker and teaches Early Childhood Brain Development and Positive Discipline Strategies at UCLA Extension Education Department.


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