Friday, October 16, 2009


Now Until Monday October 19th all Rock N Moms Diaper Bags are on Sale and the BEST thing is diaper bags over $100.00 ship for FREE.
We believe moms should have great accessories that are fun, edgy and totally functional! Our collection of diaper bags offers the hottest in trends along with many added features. Rock N Moms bags are totally constructed with a great deal of thought, quality, convenience and originality.
You will enjoy our bags long after your diapering days are over.
No coupon code needed just add to cart and check out as usual. Hurry SALE ends Monday.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E!! Rock A Bye My Baby is EXCITED!!!

Rock A Bye My Baby Welcomes Mickey and Minnie Mouse!

We are rolling out the welcome mat...Mickey and Minnie Mouse have come to Rock A Bye My Baby!We are so exicited to offer these beautiful gift sets. Mickey and Minnie Mouse are a timeless treasure. We've all grown up with them and now your little ones can too! These gift sets make perfect holiday gifts.

Oh Mickey!!! It doesn't get much better than this! This cute and overflowing Mickey Mouse Gift Set will delight the little Mickey Mouse fan in your life. This unique baby gift is designed to grow with the baby.

Oh Minnie!!! It doesn't get much better than this! This cute and overflowing Minnie Mouse Gift Set will delight the little Minnie Mouse fan in your life. This unique baby gift is designed to grow with the baby.
Minnie Mouse Coloring Gift Set includes:
Disney 16"enorMOUSE Minnie Mouse Plush Doll
Disney Mickey Mouse Gigantic Book to Color Melissa & Doug 12 Triangular Crayons

Mickey Mouse Coloring Gift Set includes:
Disney 16"enorMOUSE Mickey Mouse Plush Doll
Disney Mickey Mouse Gigantic Book to Color
Melissa & Doug 12 Triangular Crayons
This Minnie Mouse Backpack Gift Set includes:
Disney Minnie Mouse Puppet (Approx 10")
Disney Minnie Mouse Backpack Embroidered with "Minnie" on front
Disney Mickey Mouse Coloring Book
Disney Minnie Mouse Stickers
Disney Minnie Mouse Huge Pen
This Mickey Mouse Backpack Gift Set includes:
Disney Mickey Mouse Puppet (Approx 10")
Disney Mickey Mouse Backpack Embroidered with "Mickey" on front
Disney Mickey Mouse Coloring Book
Disney Mickey Mouse Stickers
Disney Mickey Mouse Sticker Album

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

New Arrivals at Rock A Bye My Baby

We have many exciting new products arriving daily at Rock A Bye My Baby! From new gift baskets to halloween costumes and everything in between. Be sure to check out our many gifts and personalized items for your baby, a friend's baby or god child. Dora The Explorer "I'm The Big Sister" Gift Set~$52.95 (coming soon)
Big sisters need love too! This adorable gift set includes an original licensed Dora The Explorer made by TY, a Gund big sister album and adorable pink flowers lunch box for those fun days at school.
The flowers lunch box is perfect for back to school. Features a velcro strap inside to hold a drink and comes fully insulated to keep your child's meal fresh all day long.

Adorable little peanut costume is just too darn cute! Made by Mullins Square this costume is sure to be a treat on halloween night. Tights and turtleneck not included. Fits babies up to 25lbs.

Casual Classic Photo Mommy Necklace~$99.95-$104.95

Elegant and understated, add your photos and make your own classic. Part of our double sided line of charms, you can choose two different photos to be included on one piece. Or select one of o our patterns for the other side and you'll have a beautiful necklace that can do double duty. Your photos will be transferred to a handmade clay tile and hand set in a sterling silver bezel. Making a one of a kind piece that is both beautiful and durable. Comes with your choice of silver chain or leather cord and packaged in our custom box. Perfect for gift giving!

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Serena & Lily Bedding and Accessories on Sale Now

Serena & Lily believe children’s spaces should be fresh and sophisticated yet simple and comfortable. They offer unqiue bedding and adorable accessories. Right now there are several crib sets and lamps on sale at A Polka Dot Moon. Shop July 29th until August 27th for 25-40% off!!

Tammy's Tienda 20% off sale

Sale is on all clothing and accessories (excludes costumes and handmade items)Use coupon code 20off. Hurry sale ends August 10th. Visit Tammy's Tienda to find your perfect item.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Mute Button Baby Pacifier Giveaway

Ever wish your baby had a mute button? Now they do with these cute expression pacifiers. Express your babies style give them these adorable pacifiers. This is our first ever giveaway! I thought that since we have been adding alot of new products to the store, we would give you a chance to win one of them. So, this giveaway is for a mute button expression pacifier. Your choice of color. Available in white, pink, red or light blue. All you have to do to enter this giveaway is comment on this post. That's it! Hurry this giveaway ends August 10th. Please provide a valid email address so that we may contact you for your address information. Pacifiers are recommended for babies 3 Months +.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Lots Of Exciting Things Going On At Rock A Bye My Baby

We have so many products to add that it seems we will be bursting at the seams! New pacifiers, baby costumes, lullabye cd's and many more items! Please check back with in the next couple of weeks to see for yourself.

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Time-saving tips for new moms on-the-go

Between naps, feedings and diaper changes -- new moms rarely have a moment free. Pulling it all together doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Making some simple changes in your daily routine can mean extra time for enjoying your new baby. “I always tell my friends that the key to spending more time with their new baby is to simplify their day,” says Victoria Pericon, editor of and mother of three. “Try to combine errands into fewer trips and reduce the number of activities you're involved in. That way, you can spend more time with your loved ones and make more time for yourself.” Pericon shares some of her favorite time-saving tips that are sure to help new moms protect the precious time they have with their new baby: * Get organized: Caring for a new baby and keeping up with household and family activities is a challenge. The easiest way to stay on track with managing household chores and outside activities is to make a schedule. Buy a large wall calendar to organize your family’s play dates, practices, weekly errands and social events so everyone has a clear picture of what the week holds. Color code activities by family member. * Go digital: Cutting and pasting your baby photos into an album is a thing of the past. Not only is this time-consuming but it's also costly. Why not create your baby book online instead of doing it all yourself? Photo sharing sites such as let you customize your baby book according to your own preferences. Also, you can share pictures of your new little one with friends and family in no time flat. * Simplify feeding: Breast milk is the ideal nutrition as it provides all the nutrients a young infant needs, and it also helps build the baby's immunity. For moms who choose to feed with formula, it's important to choose one that provides both nutrition and convenience. Similac Advance EarlyShield has important immunity building-blocks similar to those found in breast milk. Great for saving mom time, Similac Advance EarlyShield comes in Similac SimplePac powder packages -- with design features that offer a simplified approach to feeding time -- and 8-fluid-ounce Similac Ready Right Now reclosable plastic bottles which require no mixing or measuring. * Streamline sleepy time: Sleep is an all-too-precious commodity for new parents. Set a bedtime routine that lulls baby to sleep faster, so you can share a few precious minutes unwinding with your partner or a cup of tea. While good, old-fashioned rocking, reading books and singing lullabies makes bedtime rituals a bonding time, sleep-inducing crib toys, like the Fisher-Price Rainforest Waterfall Peek-a-Boo Soother, can trigger baby's time-for-sleep reflex by lulling baby with gentle moving water and soft music. * Get healthy: Finding time to get back into shape can be tricky for any new mom. One quick way is to check out your local gym -- many offer child care services for their members. Get out of the house for an hour or two and start getting back into shape while knowing that your child is in good hands and close by. You’ll get much needed “me” time and feel better. Try these small, yet effective time-savers and have more time to spend with your new baby or with yourself. For more information, visit

Friday, July 3, 2009

Have A Happy and Safe Independence Day From Our Family to Yours

Rock A Bye My Baby Has Diaper Cakes That Will Delight

Oh, no another baby shower! What are you gonna get the soon to be parents that will surprise them? Why not get them a beautiful diaper cake. Not only will they have a use for every item, but diaper cakes make beautiful centerpieces,too! Rock A Bye My Baby has diaper cakes in all price ranges to fit every budget. Most of our diaper cakes even come adorned with ribbons and gift cards so that you can make sure everyone knows that this special gift came from you!

Dr. Seuss Has Arrived at Rock A Bye My Baby

Theodor Seuss Geisel was an American writer and cartoonist most widely known for his children's books written under the pen name Dr. Seuss. He published over 60 children books, which were often characterized by imaginative characters and rhyme. His most celebrated books include the best selling Green Eggs and Ham, The Cat in the Hat, and One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish.
Dr. Seuss will live forever when you give the gift of rhyme to your baby. Rock A Bye My Baby has T-shirts, onesies and gift baskets , all with those same zany characters that we have come to love.

Capture precious baby memories at every milestone

As a proud new parent, you want to make sure that you capture every precious moment of your new baby’s life. It’s tempting to hit the nearest photography studio for a quick professional session, but in these tough times, that can be costly and time-consuming. For families on a budget, learning how to take great photography at home can be easy and fun. “Taking beautiful pictures of your new baby is a great way to preserve life-long memories. By following a few simple steps, anyone can learn to take baby photos that they can be proud of,” says Jodie Otte, the photographer behind the Similac Advance EarlyShield advertising campaign. Here, Otte reveals her tips on how to take and archive the best shots of your newborn and protect your memories. * Get natural: When taking a picture of your newborn, you want the “soft glow” to emanate. The best way to achieve that is through natural lighting. Place your baby in a spot that is exposed to a lot of bright, indirect light void of shadows. Do not use a flash and raise your ISO speed to about 400. * Practice patience: Infants are fueled by curiosity. Everything captures their attention. Try to get them to focus on one object throughout the shoot. Also, it’s a great idea to take a few test shots to ensure you have the perfect light and that your baby is comfortable. Once you have the best shot possible, snap away. * Go black and white: Although color prints are vibrant and fun, make sure to print an array of photos in black and white. Not only are these photos classic and timeless, but they’re also the best option when trying to attain that professional look. * Sharing is caring: Once you have the perfect shot of your new tot, make sure to share with friends and family. Cutting and pasting baby photos into an album is a thing of the past. To save time and cash, upload photos to free Web sites such as and create a personalized baby photo book. Need to add more photos? No problem -- simply insert another page in your virtual baby book. * Store safely: After countless captured memories, be sure to have hard copies as well and archive photos with care. Choose albums that are acid- and lignin-free in order to prevent photos from yellowing or becoming damaged. Look for plain pages without adhesives and always make sure to use page protectors and pocket corners. Store photo albums in a cool, dry, dark place that does not have dramatic temperature fluctuations. Learning how to take professional baby photos has never been easier with these simple steps. Make sure you don’t miss another opportunity to capture a memory with your baby. For more baby tips and information, visit

Getting kids to sleep while on the road

With the summer season upon us, many families will be flocking to the highways to embark on amusement ride-filled vacations, to camp at majestic national parks or to drive across the country to visit grandma and grandpa on the opposite coast. But with all of the excitement and fun away from home come missed naps and overstimulated kids who don’t want to sleep at night. Many parents wonder if a summer trip is even worth it if it means dealing with cranky, tired kids for a week. Yes, according to Dr. Chris Drake, a bioscientific investigator at the Henry Ford Sleep Research Center in Detroit and resident sleep expert for AmericInn Hotels’ "Sleep Better America” program. "While parents and kids often come back from family vacations more exhausted than before they left, the bonding time between parent and child in a vacation setting is essential to healthy child development and growth,” says Drake. “Plus trips are a time for families to have fun and learn together. Experiences away from home are often educational for young minds and it’s good to expose children to new geographic areas, languages, cultures and foods.” Drake, a father himself, knows firsthand the benefits of connecting while on a family vacation, yet he also knows how lost hours of sleep can be unhealthy for kids and cause big headaches for parents. To ease parents’ minds, Drake offers the following tips to help children achieve the best sleep possible while traveling: Stick with your kids’ nap schedule -- Plan activities around your children’s nap schedules while on vacation. If naptime is regularly after lunch, make an effort to have this meal close to your hotel, campground or relative’s house. Even on long car trips, do your best to keep kids awake with energizing music, games and conversation at times they’re usually active. Long car rides make all of us a bit lethargic, so it may feel like a necessary respite to let your kids fall asleep for long intervals, but you’ll pay in the middle of the night. Consider light and sun exposure -- Research has shown that light exposure impacts everything from brain activity to seasonal depression to length and quality of sleep. Kids, like adults, need natural light exposure every day to stay alert. They also sleep better in dark, calming environments. When traveling, find quiet, dim spaces for naps and nighttime sleeping. Draw curtains whenever possible. Stick to healthy meals and regular mealtimes -- Eating while on vacation usually means higher calorie meals and more treats like ice cream and cookies. Allow your kids some treats to enjoy, but don’t overdo it and stick to your regular meal schedule. Don’t let your kids order french fries with every entrĂ©e. Choose a veggie option instead. Watching your kids’ sugar and salt intake while away from home and having them drink more water will be better for their digestive systems and quality of sleep. Try preventing unfamiliar noise interruptions -- In an unfamiliar setting, kids can get excited or scared by foreign noises. When scouting out the best sleep arrangement for the kids while traveling, consider hotels like the AmericInn brand, which is known for specially insulating its properties to offer guests a quieter stay. Or when camping, find a spot away from the road, train tracks or any sort of entertainment venue. When at grandma and grandpa’s house, if possible select a private space away from cousins and other family members. Start bedtime routines earlier on the road -- Since it most likely will take longer to get kids settled for bed while on a trip, unless they’re wiped out from the day’s activities, start your usual bedtime routines of putting on pajamas, brushing teeth and reading books one hour earlier. Turning out the lights well before bedtime is a good way to start the physiological and behavioral processes of sleep even before kids are in bed. TV is the most problematic, particularly in a hotel where the living room is often the bedroom as well, so avoid turning it on when trying to get your kids down for the night. Pack familiar and comforting items -- You may feel like you’ve packed too much, but don’t leave out your kids’ favorite PJs, blankets, pillows, stuffed animals or pacifiers because you’ll be glad to have them when your child throws a temper tantrum right before bed. Items that are comforting and familiar help calm children down despite being in a bed and room that isn’t as inviting as their kid-friendly rooms at home.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

We Have a New Home

We are now on Blogspot! We will be updating our blog over the next few days. Please be patient as we move in and get comfortable! :)

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