“Being pregnant and raising kids in this day and age is better compared back in the days” said my mom and my mother-in-law. Well, they sure are right. There’s a lot of options to choose from and products are widely available and are suitable for the modern time. Especially when one is pregnant and expecting for the first time, pregnancy and motherhood can be both overwhelming and the excitement mothers get can make them hoard on baby products just because.
The shopaholic in me was giddy back when I was pregnant with G and even now with my second child. I am more excited to shop for them more than for myself, yes that’s my motherly instinct kicking in! So when I got an invite for the launching of a new brand for babies, I got really excited.
KinderCare is also handled by the same company that brought us Beginnings Baby Garments.
Mr. Govind Daswani the COO of Beginnings Baby and KinderCare baby products talks about the latter as a mass-market brand that is committed to giving only the best for their customers.
Here’s a background about KinderCare products, particularly their bottles.
Despite being a mass-market brand, KinderCare made sure to scrap and remove almost all bottles in their line and retained only those that are 100% BPA free. BPA (Bisphenol A) is a compound used in many plastic products and has properties that could lead to health issues. Also, they use liquid silicone nipples that is made of liquid silicone rubber (LSR) which makes it less likely to break down through the wear and tear of bottle feeding.
KinderCare invited moms Martha, Nikki & Jen to talk about the product and share their experiences using them. All three moms have the same sentiment and that’s using products that’s the best and safest for their kids. I think all moms have this mantra, we only want what’s best for our family more importantly what’s safe.
Mr. Daswani with Martha, Nikki & Jen.
KinderCare has a wide variety of products for babies. Aside from their bottles, they also have sterilizers and food/bottle warmer.
Bottles in different shapes and sizes and other basic needs for babies.
Thank you KinderCare for the products.
And because Juro hasn’t come out yet, Achie Gabbie was excited when she saw the baby products and wanted to try the bottle so I let her.
She liked the bottle, the only problem is that the nipple tend to collapse because of her powerful sucking. Maybe I should’ve tried to replace the nipple to a faster-flowing one, will try that next time.
Here’s the price list of KinderCare products for your reference.
KinderCare is available in the following locations:
Thanks again KinderCare, excited to use your products for my second baby!