Babies “R” Us Happy Places design events and Twitter Party! #BRUHappyPlaces

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Screen Shot 2014-06-23 at 1.09.01 PMBaby girl is going to be here very shortly and her nursery is just about done. I got so many nursery items from Babies “R” Us not just for her room, but when the other kids were babies too! Now Babies“R”Us is launching a nationwide campaign to help expectant parents design the nursery of their dreams! That is right- you can have that awesome nursery you only dreamed about!

Some of the nursery products I have seen on last visit to Babies “R” Us include these incredible cribs by Summer Infant and Delta:


They also have a great selection of changing tables that are attached to the cribs:


On Sunday, June 29 from 12-1pm, Babies“R”Us stores nationwide will host an in-store event, where parents can meet with local designers about how to create a happy place for their baby or toddler, browse 6 room vignettes specially designed by a Disney Baby Designer, peruse a palette of paint colors provided by Home Depot, and review a printed look book of select “dream rooms” to help foster inspiration and design ideas. Plus, attendees will enjoy giveaways and prizes throughout the event. You can learn more, here.

Join Our Twitter Party! #BRUHappyPlaces
On Wednesday, June 25 at 9pm EST, we will be hosting a @Babiesrus Twitter Party and would love for you all to participate! Babies“R”Us will be leading the chat, sharing helpful tips and tricks regarding nursery and toddler room design. To join the conversation, use #BRUHappyPlaces.

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  1. says

    The crib I bought for Abby was really similar to this – but didn’t have the matching changing table. But we bought ours at Target too – and love that it transitioned into a toddler bed :) Target ROCKS for baby gear!

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