New Wood Toy Line & Additions to Old Favorites from SkipHop

ABC Kids 2012

SkipHop is always a favorite stop at ABC and this year was no exception. They introduced a few completely new products as well as expansions of their popular Zoo line and products to complement the innovative Complete Sheet.

Perhaps the most notable addition this year is SkipHop venturing further into toys and playtime with the introduction of a new line of wooden toys: puzzles, blocks, a pull toy and more. At really affordable prices, more parents will have access to wood toys and these have a modern look while still being very sweet and cute.

They unveiled the Complete Sheet last year for parents wanting a decorated crib, but not a bumper and it's been a big success. Now they've added wall decals and mobiles to coordinate with some of the most popular Complete Sheet designs.

If you like Moby the bath spout and kneeler, you can further Mobify your bathroom with a tub arm rest and tub mat.

They have two new stroller accessories: a ventilated sun shade designed to fit most strollers with a peekaboo window (with magnetic clasp instead of noisy velcro) and a small hook on bag to carry a drink, snack, sunglasses, etc. It has a clever zip-off wallet so you can carry your money and phone with you while you walk around the playground.

SkipHop's diaper bags have always been popular and they seem to introduce a few new ones each year. This time around the standouts are a newly designed bag available in your choice of three Jonathan Adler prints and the Grand Central bag designed to hold a lot without making you feel like a carpetbagger.

If you're a fan of the Zoo line, they've continued to add to it with mealtime goods and more storage options.

• More info: SkipHop

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As Apartment Therapy's Family Editor, Carrie covers design and modern homelife with children. A lapsed librarian, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two kids and is in contention to break the record for most hours spent at the playground.

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