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"This store offers the best baby products of it's kind anywhere around and has quite possibly the friendliest staff in the Memphis area"

"It is fabulous. Love the brands, the design, the layout, etc. It is adorable!"

"Unique products. Good customer service. Pleasant atmosphere. Inviting window displays."

Our store features items and local artists like...

  • Nursery Bedding
  • Children's Bedding
  • Bedroom Furniture
  • Art & Wall Decor
  • Unique Clothing
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  • Baby Registry
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  • Gifts for Mom & Dad
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Creative Games for Kids

May 11, 2011 | By Cari Hale
Schools almost out, and that means long summer days with the kids! Playing outside is always a plus, but sometimes it's just too hot, or perhaps even rainy. So what's a mom to do when your energetic little ones are trapped inside?

Put away the TV, the video games and computer games...it's time to get "old fashioned" and pull out the board games! It's not just about monopoly anymore, there are great new games that speak to today's trends, spark imaginations and inspire learning all along the way.


Board games, dominoes, flash cards, puzzles and matching games all give your kids a chance to practice cooperative play while expanding their minds at the same time. From 3 years and up you can have them entertained and learning at the same time!



The Tea Party Game and it's companion "Cupcake Game" are among our best selling items! Use the spinner to collect everything on your "recipe card" in order to bake the perfect cupcakes, or spin to collect all the items you will need for the most splendid tea party. Be careful, if you spin on rotten eggs or if a bee stings you, you will miss a turn!!

- The Girls at Itty Bitty Bella

Keep it Clean

Apr 22, 2011 | By Cari Hale
Toys. They're on the floor, in little mouths, and dare we say...dropped in the toilet. How do you make sure you keep them clean and germ free?! Obviously drastic measures have to be taken if they land in the toilet...but everyday germs from everyday places can still get your kiddos sick.

Here's a couple tricks for keeping your toys clean and kids healthy:

1.Plastic Toys

Unless you notice toys are visibly dirty, you should only have to scrub your kids toys about once a month. Pop durable, plastic toys into the dishwasher on the top rack and run them through a cycle (with detergent) to disinfect and clean. Some toys list that they are dishwasher safe. If they don't, use your best judgment. When in doubt hand wash with dish soap and hot water.

After a play date or a run in with a cold or flu is also a great time to clean toys, toy boxes and crib rails. Simply wipe down any items too large for the sink or dishwasher with a bleach/water solution or with a non-aerosol spray such as Lysol.

2. Plush Toys

If your child has allergies, dust mites are bound to be a huge problem. Plush toys (most commonly known as stuffed animals!) are the perfect home for dust mites. To kill them off simply place any plush toys in a plastic covering (bag) and deep freeze them for 3-5 hours. A once a week freezing should help eliminate dust mite allergies in your little ones...or at least leave them more comfortable!



3. Bath Toys

Try to avoid toys with holes in them. Yes, you can squeeze out the water but they will never dry completely and that makes them an ideal place for mold growth. Eww! Every few weeks give toys a good scrub with dish soap and water, but most importantly make sure toys have a chance to dry inbetween uses. The Tubby bath toy organizer is perfect for that!

Made from neoprene, Tubby (pictured) is designed to dry quick and let water drain out, thus preventing mold and mildew! The durable mesh sides and bottom allow any extra water drain from the toys and back into the tub. After a few weeks or so take Tubby off the wall and toss him into the washing machine, just to give him the cleaning he deserves after working so hard for your toys!

Keeping your kids clean and germ free are tough enough. Thank goodness for great products to help us out!

- The Girls at Itty Bitty Bella

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Best Easter Stuffers- Infant

Apr 18, 2011 | By Cari Hale
Just because they're not walking or talking doesn't mean they aren't expecting the Easter bunny to visit! When he does, he'll want to have these 5 items in their baskets!!

5. Plush Rattles



Your new arrival will love discovering their hands and fingers with plush animal rattles. The ring and stick widths are perfect for their little hands just learning to grasp. And don't worry, they are teething-safe too!

4. Owl and Friends Toy Trio



Hung from their infant seat, activity gym or just rolling on the floor your babies will love their new owl friends! Different textures and mediums come together to entice your baby to explore different sounds and feels.

3. Comfy, Cozy Outfits



One touch and you'll be sold! Kicky Pants Bamboo clothing is perfect for new arrivals- it's soft, stretchy and easily maintained. Gowns, coveralls, dresses, polo's and shorts are all available for your little ones.

2. Touchable Books



In their early months your babies will love feeling the different animal tails and hearing your read the story. As they grow they will love to be more interactive with you as they learn their animal sounds and names!

1. Aden and Anais Swaddle Blankets



Swaddle them tight with Aden and Anais cotton muslin swaddles. The natural breathability of the muslin will keep baby cool and comfortable during our hot summer nights. You will love their texture and durability! More about swaddling.

- The Girls at Itty Bitty Bella

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Best Easter Stuffers- Children

Apr 18, 2011 | By Cari Hale
Now that you've found the perfect Easter basket, it's time to start filling it up with goodies! We've got 5 unique items that your toddlers (and older!) will love pulling out of their Easter basket, or so the Easter bunny said!

5. Zoo Pal Backpack



Send them off to school or camp with their favorite pal! They're sized just right for your toddlers and 1st-2nd graders, and holds all of their supplies (or toys!) safely.

4. I Love Monkey Discovery Kit



Teach them the joy of reading! Their very own monkey friend is included with the book so your child can follow along with the monkey in the story.

3. Adorable Outfits



Dress them in style for play dates, school or church. Pink Chicken and Kicky Pants are amongst our favorite children's clothes right now. The spring colors and styles are divine!

2. Napping Blankets



Make naptime more enjoyable...for the both of you! Let them cuddle up with their animal napping blanket and go to sleep with a friend. They will love the super soft fabric against their little faces!

1. Unique Games



Our games are not only fun, but informative too! Your children will love learning their manners, numbers, colors, or bugs with our collection of matching games, flashcards and dominoes.

- The Girls at Itty Bitty Bella

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