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Diaper Bags that Do So Much More

Diaper Bags that Do So Much More 0

Diaper Bags that Go Way Beyond Diaper Duty

Kabana Kids’ versatile, multi-functional Beachy Diaper Bags were designed to be amazing diaper bags and so much more!  So, while you’ll love using them for all you baby and toddler needs, you’ll especially love that you can keep using them well beyond these years.

Beachy Diaper Bags are extremely well-made with the highest quality materials, and they stand the test of time.  They’re large and spacious with lots of room to carry as much or as little as you want.  They pair with our Beachy Play Mats, which fold up and fit inside (read more about play mats here) with lots of room left for other items.  They have pockets outside and inside, are fully lined, are soft and supple yet strong and sturdy.  They have a waterproof bottom (made from safe, non-toxic, eco-friendly vegan leather) so you can place them on wet sand or grass without getting the inside of the bag wet. 

They have two kinds of straps – tote straps that can also go over-the-shoulder and backpack straps to free up your hands.  They’re even machine washable!  Turn them inside out (lining facing out) and wash on a cold gentle cycle and air dry.  They are also beachy, stylish, casual-chic and come in six beachy, nautical, and tropical colors.

Here are some of the many ways you can use these amazing multipurpose quality bags:

  • Diaper Bag 
  • Baby Bag
  • Mom Bag
  • Dad Bag
  • Family Bag
  • Backpack
  • Beach Bag
  • Pool Bag
  • Picnic Bag/Basket
  • Dance Bag/Ballet Bag
  • Sports Bag (soccer, tennis, etc.)
  • Shopping Bag
  • Travel Bag
  • Airplane Bag (especially a personal item for you or for kids)
  • Road Trip Bag
  • Weekend Getaway Bag
  • Overnight Bag
  • Souvenir Bag
  • Shopping Bag
  • Day Trip/Outing Bag
  • Kids’ Sleepover/Slumber Party Bag
  • Hospital Bag/Maternity Bag
  • Backpack for Amusement Parks (i.e. Disneyland)
  • Gym Bag
  • Yoga Bag
  • Catch-All Bag
  • Crafts Bag (sewing, knitting, crocheting, etc.)
  • Teacher Bag
  • Work Bag
  • Game Bag
  • Toy Bag/Toy Box
  • Gift
  • Gift Basket (fill with other goodies)
  • Fashion Statement
  • Go-Anywhere and Everywhere Bag
  • Everyday Bag
  • Everything Bag
  • Your Favorite Bag

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Planning a Baby Shower

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If you have an upcoming baby shower, or you’re planning one for someone else, here are some tips and ideas for a fun and memorable event!

Baby Shower Planning Basics

Date and Time

              When?  How soon before due date should you hold the baby shower?  Baby showers are usually held about four to six weeks before the baby’s due date.

              What day of the week should the baby shower be on?  Baby showers are typically held on a Saturday or Sunday, and can be any time of the day, usually in the late morning through early afternoon, and often including lunch.

              How long should a baby shower be?  About 2 to 3 hours are good.  Enough time to include lunch, time for mingling, games and activities, dessert/cake, and opening gifts, but not so long that it lingers on and one.

Location

              Where should you hold the baby shower?  A baby shower should be held in a place where the guest-of-honor is comfortable and that can accommodate the amount of guests you’re inviting, as well as your budget.  In addition to having enough space to hold everyone, consider how comfortable everyone will be, where they’ll sit, eat, play games, etc.  What will the weather be like that time of year?  Can you hold the event outdoors, indoors, a combination of both?  How busy do you want to be?  How much help will you have?  Some options for your baby shower location include at home (your home, someone else’s home), at a restaurant, a banquet room or banquet hall, at the park, the beach, or some other creative location.

Guests

              How many guests should you invite, and who should they be?  This varies greatly.  Is it a collective shower, or just family or work friends?  Will she be having other showers with other groups of people?  Can some people overlap (and be invited to more than one shower)?  Is it a couples’ shower or a traditional one?  As far as the guest list, you will need to get this from the guest of honor, who will also need to give you their addresses (or email addresses).

Once you have the when, where, and who figured out, you can start working on the details.

Theme

              A great way to start is by choosing a theme.  This will help tie everything together cohesively, provide a framework, and allow you to creatively infuse it in the details.  The theme can be carried through the invitations, decorations, cake, and more!  You may choose to involve the mom-to-be in determining the theme, or at least the general idea or inspiration for the theme.  If the baby’s sex is known, this is often a good starting point for the theme and color scheme.  If not, you may opt for something more neutral.  Theme ideas can come from anywhere, such as favorite colors, hobbies, activities, movies, places, characters, books, seasons, and more.  Here are some examples of baby shower themes: Mermaid; Tropical/Hawaiian/Luau; Under the Sea; Beach; Surf; Jungle; Ballerina; Garden; Tea Party; any Disney or other popular movie or character; Teddy Bears; a certain animal; a favorite sport or sports team; Trains; Boats; Cars; Pineapples; Sailing; Woodland; Airplanes; Sun, Moon, Sky; Space; Paris; Travel; Harry Potter; Winter Wonderland; Traditional Baby Shower theme with storks, baby bottles, safety pins, cutouts of babies, diapers, etc. (in boy, girl, or neutral colors); or a certain color or combination of colors. 

Invitations

              Choose invitations that tie in with your theme, and set the tone for the special day.  You can decide how formal you’d like your invitations to be, and if you’d like to send them out by mail or by email, and how you’d like people to RSVP. 

Typically, baby shower invitations are sent out about 4 to 6 weeks before the baby shower.  This allow enough time for anyone who might be coming from out of town to make arrangements. 

What to include on the invitation:  The basics, like who the shower’s for, the date and time of the shower, where it will be, address, phone number of host, RSVP information, including who to RSVP to and their phone number and/or email and when to RSVP by.  Also, include registry information.

Tip: the mom (and dad) to be typically registers for gifts at the end of month four or beginning of month five).

Keep track as the RSVPs come in.

Next Planning Details

The Overall Itinerary

              Decide what you would like to do at the baby shower, and a general schedule for when to do what.  Again, typically a baby shower begins with mingling, with light snacks and beverages and maybe some sort of ice breaker activity.  Soon, there’s often lunch and then activities, such as a toast/welcome or other nice words from the host/s and others, and baby shower games.  Then, it’s usually cake and opening presents.  Have this general itinerary in mind when you’re planning the rest of the event.  You can fine tune it later, when you have a better idea of how many guests will be attending, what your menu is, what games and activities you will include, and so on.

 

Decorations

              This can be a lot of fun!  Your theme will help you determine how to decorate.  You can find ready made decorations, make your own, or use various items you have (and other friends have), or some combination of these.  Decorations might include tablecloths and settings, centerpieces, wall décor, flowers, streamers, garland, lights, hanging fixtures, signs, posters, props, figurines, balloons, etc.  Plan ahead and determine how many tables, chairs, plates, place settings, and so on, you will need.  A lot of this will depend on your location.  If you’re holding the shower at a restaurant a lot of this will be provided.  If you’re holding it at home, there will be much more to set up.

Food

              The menu will depend on the time of day you’re holding your shower.  Baby showers often include brunch or lunch.  Again, your menu will depend on your location.  At a restaurant, they may give you a choice of different entrees you can provide your guests.  If the shower is at your home, you can be creative with your menu.  Your theme can be a good starting point.  Plan for snacks/appetizers, beverages, brunch/lunch, dessert and/or cake, and coffee.  Baby showers typically include a cake, which can reflect the theme.

Activities

              Most baby showers include some games, typically 3 to 5 different games, with prizes for the winners.  The games usually begin about 30-45 minutes into the baby shower, and may include an icebreaker, which can actually begin as soon as guests arrive, and allows guests to get to know each other.  Some examples include a scavenger hunt (where each guest gets a list of statements and has to find someone who fits that statement); and, “Don’t Say Baby” (where each guest gets a clothes pin, safety pin, necklace or some other visible item, and another guest may take that item away if they hear the person say the word “baby”).  Other baby shower games include all kinds of paper/pencil games, like Baby Word Unscramble, Baby Bingo, and All About Mommy-to-Be (answering questions as you think she would and active games like guessing the baby items in a bag, guessing the baby food.  Other games include Who’s That Baby (each guest brings a baby photo of herself; everyone has to guest who’s who), Baby Items in the Bag, Guess the Baby Food, Guess Mommy’s Measurements, Nursery Rhyme Trivia, Name that Baby Song, and many more.  Game prizes might include candles, bath bombs, soaps, lotions, tea sets, manicure sets, gift certificates, small jewelry boxes, and so on.

Baby Shower Favors

              It’s nice to send guests home with a little gift, which can reflect the theme of the baby shower.  Some ideas for baby shower favors might include boxes, bags, or jars of candy or other edible items, key chains, small plants or succulents, flowers in vases, bath goods, cute cut-out sugar cookies, scented sachets, lip balms, figurines, charms, ornaments, mini wine or champagne bottles, picture frames, engraved items, and so on.

Setting the Stage

              Prior to the baby shower, you will be busy receiving and recording RSVPs, and eventually finalizing your guest list.  Once you have your final number, you can determine how many tables, chairs, and place settings you will need (if you’re having your event at home).  You can also determine how much food to order or purchase and prepare, how many favors and game prizes you’ll need, and so on.  How you stage your event will again depend on where you’re having it (at home, restaurant, etc.) the time of year, weather, etc., and the formality and theme of the event.

              If you’re having a home event, you’ll need to make sure you have enough space, seating, tables, and chairs for your guests, as well as room for games and activities.  Plan out the flow of the party – where guests will arrive and congregate, where they will eat, play games, and where gifts will be opened. 

If you are having your baby shower at home, or somewhere similar (i.e., not at a restaurant), here are some things you may need to account for:

  • Tables (for dining, serving food and drinks, for cake, for gifts, for other displays)
  • Chairs
  • Tablecloths
  • Napkins
  • Plates
  • Utensils
  • Cups/glassware
  • Serving platters, trays and utensils
  • Warming or cooling trays or devices
  • Centerpieces and table décor
  • Decorations, props, special touches
  • Food and drinks
  • Cakes and/or dessert
  • Music
  • Games
  • Game prizes
  • Shower favors
  • Thank you cards for the mom-to-be to send after the shower

Planning Timeline

  • Start planning the shower at least 8 to 12 weeks before due date
  • Set date for shower (usually about 4 to 6 weeks before due date)
  • With the mom-to-be, compile the guest list (and addresses)
  • Determine location and time frame for shower (usually allowing for about 2 to 3 hours)
  • Get and prepare invitations
  • Send out invitations (usually about 4 to 6 weeks before the shower)
  • Track RSVPs as they come in
  • Once you have guest list totals, plan the menu (if at a restaurant or catered location, give them the guest total, determine menu details with them and the mom-to-be, and find out what you need to bring and do; if at a home or similar, plan the menu)
  • Also, if the shower is at home, determine what items you will need, and arrange for any rentals you might need (i.e., extra tables, chairs, tablecloths, dishes, flatware, serving items, etc.), order any flowers, balloons, props, or other decorations; purchase shower favor and game gift items; choose and prepare games, activities, and music; place order/s for any food or beverages, cake, desserts, etc. that need to be ordered in advance
  • Two weeks before shower: designate areas for various shower activities; develop a day-of shower timeline
  • Week before shower: prepare music (play list), prepare games (make sure you have all the pieces, components, etc.), wrap game prizes
  • A week to a few days before the shower: assemble/prepare shower favors; shop for food items; start preparing food (if possible); clean the house; have rentals delivered; decorate
  • Day before shower: prepare any other food that can’t be prepared sooner; pick up/arrange flowers, balloons, cake (unless it’s being picked up on the day of the shower); finish decorating; put tablecloths on tables; set out any place settings that can be set out in advance
  • Day of shower: make any last-minute pickups (such as cake, flowers, or ordered food) and decorating, set tables, set up games and activities, prepare music, set out food and drinks, greet guests, designate someone to take pictures, and others to do other tasks, let your timeline be your guide

Baby Shower Timeline Example:             

  • Guests arrive, serve drinks and light appetizers, ice breaker activity and mingling (about  30 minutes)
  • Continue with Games and activities (about 15-30 minutes)
  • Lunch (or brunch, or some other meal) (about 30 minutes)
  • More games and activities (about 15-30 minutes)
  • Cake/dessert (about 15 minutes) (guests can enjoy cake while gift opening begins)
  • Open presents (about 30 minutes to the rest of the time of the shower)
  • Give out favors as guests leave

Visit Kabana Kids’ Baby Shower Center for printable baby shower games (digital downloads), shower favor tags, baby shower gifts, and more!  

Here are some great baby shower gift ideas!

Baby Shower Gift Ideas

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Are you looking for a unique baby shower gift idea?  Kabana Kids has some adorable, fun and beachy options!

Choose from our gorgeous, beachy-chic diaper bags that go way beyond diaper duty, and can be used for many years to come!  Pair them with our cute and cozy Beachy Play Mats in whimsical prints.  Add an adorable onesie and baby sun hat!

You can mix and match our products as you choose.  You can add other items related to their themes.

Here are some creative ideas for baby shower gifts.

Of course, Kabana Kids' Beachy Diaper Bags, Beachy Play Mats, Beachy Baby Bodysuits, and Beachy Baby Sun Hats all make great baby shower gifts!  However, you can make an even more personal, customized statement, when you bundle them up together and with other items (based on fun, beachy, tropical and nautical themes).  

Here are some unique, personalized baby shower gifts using various products.

 Bundles!

You can bundle our Beachy Diaper Bags and Beachy Play Mats.  Because our bags and mats coordinate so well with each other, and are great for moms and dads on the go, we offer a special on bundled sets!  Shop here!

Here are some nautical gifts: Deep Navy Beachy Diaper Bag and Loving Whales Beachy Play Mat (bundle); Coastal Sky Beachy Diaper Bag and Boats Galore Beachy Play Mat (bundle); and Sand & Navy Beachy Diaper Bag and Cape Cod Beachy Play Mat (bundle).

beach bag and mat sets

Here's our Pink Sand bag and Mermaid Friends mat, shown packaged as a gift with a bow, and what they looks like in use.  Buy them as a bundle and save.

pink bag and mermaid mat bundle

pink mermaid bag and mat bundle

 

Here's our Deep Navy Beachy Diaper Bag and Loving Whales Beachy Play Mat, as a gift and in use. Buy as a bundle and save.

 

navy bag and whale mat

Here's our Tropical Green Beachy Diaper Bag and Green Pineapples Beachy Play Mat.  Buy as a bundle and save.

green bag and pineapple mat

 

Here are some tropical gifts: Tropical Green Beachy Diaper Bag and Green Pineapple Beachy Play Mat (bundle); and Coconut Beachy Diaper Bag and Tropical Monkeys Beachy Play Mat (bundle).

tropical baby bundles

 Bundles Plus Onesies and Hats

You can also add Kabana Kids' adorable, whimsical Beachy Baby Bodysuits and Beachy Baby Sun Hats to your gift set!

 Blue Gift Sets

In addition to the Coastal Sky Beachy Diaper Bag and Boats Galore (which can be bought as a bundle), you can also include a Surf Baby or Beach Baby Waves Beachy Baby Bodysuit and a Blue Waves Beachy Baby Sun Hat!

blue baby gifts

Tropical Gift Set

In addition to the Tropical Green Beachy Diaper Bag and Green Pineapple Beachy Play Mat (also available as a bundle), you can also include the Sweet Pineapple Beachy Baby Bodysuit and the Green Palm Trees (or Pink Waves) Beachy Baby Sun Hat.

baby pineapple gift set

Nautical Gift Set

In addition to the Deep Navy Beachy Diaper Bag and Loving Whales Beachy Play Mat (also available as a bundle), you can also include the Stars and Stripes Beachy Baby Bodysuit and the Red Lobsters Beachy Baby Sun Hat.

red white and blue baby gift setPink Mermaid Gift Set

In addition to the Pink Sand Beachy Diaper Bag and Mermaid Vibes Beachy Play Mat (also available as a bundle), you can also include the Mermaid Vibes Beachy Baby Bodysuit and the Pink Dolphins Beachy Baby Sun Hat.

pink mermaid baby gift set

Deluxe Baby Shower Gift Set 

You can stuff a Beachy Diaper Bag with lots of fun goodies (either baby essentials, beach essentials, or a combination of both) to make a unique gift basket!

Pink Mermaid Theme

pink baby gift basket

 

Tropical Theme

tropical baby gift basket

 Packaging a Baby Shower Gift

Consider using clear cellophane to contain your baby shower gift, like a gift basket.  Tie it with a bow, and add a cute toy on the outside.  

baby gift baskets

 Other Baby Shower Gift Ideas

Pair a Beachy Baby Bodysuit with a Beachy Baby Sun Hat.  Gift cards are also available, and make great gifts and/or additions to any gift.  Shop here.

baby onesie and hat gifts

onesies and hats

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How to Get Ready for Your Baby’s Arrival

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Congratulations!  Your Baby’s Almost Here!  Here’s What to Do Until the Big Day!

So, you’ve been pregnant for a while, and your delivery date is right around the corner.  It’s time to get ready for that magical day!  By now, you’ve done a lot to prepare for your precious little one’s arrival.  You’ve probably stocked up on baby necessities and received all kinds of great baby items.  You’ve probably enjoyed a baby shower in your honor.  You’ve watched your belly expand, and felt those fun little kicks from inside.  You’ve heard the swishing of the little heartbeat, had ultrasounds, and witnessed the growth of the beautiful life inside you.  You’re ready!  And, now, you wait. 

Here are some tips for getting ready for baby’s arrival. 

  • Have your hospital bag packed and ready to go! Read here.
  • Have your baby’s bed (crib, bassinet, etc.) ready with mattress, a clean mattress pad, and clean fitted sheet on it. Have additional washed fitted sheets on hand.
  • Have your baby’s diaper changing station ready – with a changing pad and a clean cover on it, and additional clean pad covers on standby. Have a stash of diapers, wipes, diaper rash cream, hand sanitizer, etc., nearby
  • Have the baby car seat installed, and have it inspected (such as by the California Highway Patrol or another safety agency) to make sure it’s safe and installed correctly. Check here for an inspection location near you.
  • Wash all baby clothes, bibs, burp cloths, sheets, blankets, towels, wash cloths, etc. in a baby safe detergent (such as Dreft).
  • Depending on whether you will be nursing or bottle feeding, have whatever supplies you need cleaned, sanitized, and ready (i.e. bottles, nipples, breast pump parts, etc.) and any formula (if needed) on hand.
  • Have some pictures taken of yourself (so you can commemorate this special time in your life).
  • Write a letter to your unborn child.
  • Prepare a baby book and/or journal.
  • Get organized.
  • Relax and pamper yourself.
  • Get some rest.

Revel in the excitement of this amazing gift that’s about to come into your life!  You have lots to look forward to!

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Beach Days with Baby

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How to Have a Fun Beach Day with Baby

If you’re planning to take your baby to the beach, here are a few tips for making it the best experience possible! 

Some baby beach day recommendations:

If a baby is six months or younger, keep them in the shade completely.  Most doctors don’t recommend sunscreen for babies this young, yet their skin is very sensitive and would burn very easily.  If you do decide to take a baby this young to the beach, do so with extreme caution.  Better yet, if possible, wait until they’re older.  Some experts say you should wait until your baby is at least one year old before taking them to the beach.  Again, if you do take them, keep them shaded and cool, and preferably for short periods of time during cooler parts of the day.

For older babies and toddlers, it’s best to keep them out of the sun between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. (the hottest time of the day).  Again, keep them shaded, especially during the sunniest times.  Keep them loaded up with sunscreen!  Lather them up before leaving for the beach.  Do it again when you get there, and then, reapply every two hours.  Use a baby safe sunscreen, preferably a stick version for the face, and lotion for the body.

Make sure your little one wears a hat and sunglasses at all times.  And, keep them hydrated!  Take lots of water and other healthy fluids with you and have them drink throughout the day. 

Also, bring healthy snacks, depending on their age, and what they are able to eat yet.  If they’re eating solid foods, some options include cut-up fruit, such as watermelon, bananas, strawberries, mango, peaches, and pears, as well as snacks like applesauce, dry cereal, and any other favorites.

family beach day

Bring an umbrella for shade.  Use blankets, towels, or mats, and create a safe, shady spot for your baby to relax and play, and maybe, nap. 

Bring swim diapers (and other diapers), wipes, a change of clothes, bottles or cups, and formula or expressed breast milk (if applicable).  Bring bags for trash, dirty diapers, wet clothes, etc.  It’s also a good idea to bring a first aid kit.  You might also want to bring a spray bottle with cold water in it to spray on baby if they get too hot.

Bring toys, depending on your baby’s age.  This can include sand toys, water toys, a ball, or other toys baby might play with on the mat or blanket.  Some people recommend bringing a small inflatable baby pool to let baby play in.

You might also want to bring a lightweight baby blanket in case it gets cool or breezy, or for when your baby takes a nap.  Make sure you have a great bag for packing baby’s beach goods (shop bags here).

Beach days with babies and toddlers are lots of fun!  These are some of the ways to prepare and make them even more enjoyable! 

Baby Beach Day Packing List

  • Umbrella
  • Beach Bag
  • Wagon (for hauling stuff)
  • Blankets, towels, beach mats
  • Baby blanket (such as muslin, or light cotton)
  • Cooler/ice chest
  • Sunscreen (including baby sunscreen)
  • Sun Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Swimwear
  • Swim Diapers
  • Regular Diapers
  • Wipes
  • Water, beverages
  • Snacks
  • Bottles, sippy cups, other cups
  • Formula or expressed breast milk
  • Robe or cover-up
  • Change of clothes
  • Sandals, flip-flops, or water shoes
  • Bags for trash, dirty diapers, wet clothes
  • Toys (sand and other)
  • First aid kit
  • Camera
  • Water spray bottle
  • Small inflatable baby pool

Don’t Forget!

  • Apply sunscreen before you go, once you get there, and every 2 hours!
  • Use sunscreen stick for the face!
  • Keep baby shaded, protected from the sun, and cool.
  • Keep baby hydrated.

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Toddler Gift Ideas

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What do you get a toddler for a birthday present?  Clothes, toys and books are some popular choices.  But how about something a little different?  Here’s something that is cute and useful, and that any toddler is sure to love!

Give them a fun play mat and a toy, or a few toys, and/or book/s that match its theme!  The play mat can be used over and over again for the next several years.  And, pairing it with toys and/or books makes an adorable coordinated gift set.

Here are some ideas for toddler gifts using Kabana Kids’ Beachy Play Mats and items paired with them based on their themes!

mermaid toddler gift

Mermaid Friends Beachy Play Mat – This sparkly mat features adorable mermaids, whales, and other happy sea creatures, frolicking in the sea!  Pair it with a mermaid doll, sea life plushies, and a mermaid book, such as “Three Little Mermaids.”  Shop now!

Little Seahorses Beachy Play Mat – This mat features sweet little seahorses and bubbles.  Pair it with a cute stuffed seahorse and a book about seahorses.  Shop now!

seahorse toddler gift

Loving Whales or Cape Cod Beachy Play Mats – Pair these with a plush whale and anything nautical or ocean-related.  Shop Loving Whales Mat!  Shop Cape Cod Mat!

Boats Galore Beachy Play Mat – This mat would be really fun with some toy boats and a book about boats.  Shop now!

Green Pineapples Beachy Play Mat – This mat is great with anything pineapple or pink flamingo related!  You could add a cute plush pink flamingo, a pineapple pillow or a fun flamingo or pineapple pool float.  Shop now!

pineapple toddler gift

Tropical Monkeys Beachy Play Mat – Add a whimsical plush monkey and a book about monkeys, such as Eight Silly Monkeys.  Shop now!

Hawaiian Floral Beachy Play Mat – This mat features fabric from Hawaii, and would be a great gift for a child who will be going on vacation in Hawaii.  You could add a book about Hawaii and a Hawaii related toy.  Shop now!

Any of the Beachy Play Mats would make a great beach day gift as well, paired with sand toys, pool toys, an inflatable floatie or beach ball.  You could also add some sunscreen, bubbles, a beach hat, flip-flops, swimsuit, bath toys, and any other fun things you can imagine!  Shop all Beachy Play Mats here!  You could also package it all up in a Beachy Diaper Bag (which is a great beach bag, pool bag, overnight bag, and more).

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