icrib_inuse_hero_lg.jpgAt a recent pre Golden Globes gifting suite, celebs and their tots were showered with gifts from dozens of luxurious baby companies. But it was familiar brand Munchkin that celeb parents got gushy about. Stars flocked to Munchkin to pick out everday must haves and modern necessities from this well trusted manufacturer.
New parents like Dr. Linda Li (Dr. 90210) and Craig Robert Young (Pirates III) lit up over innovative new Munchkin products like the iCRIB – a portable sound and light device that lets you turn your ipod or mp3 player into a soothing sound and light show for your child. Actors Amy Acker (Alias) and James Carpinello had 4-month-old Ava Grace in tow and said they aways bring theirs with them whereever they travel with her.
Actors Angela Bassett, Chandra Wilson (Grey’s Anatomy), Ming Na (Vanished) with son Cooper (15 mos), Tia Carrere and Bill Bellamy chose to get practical with Munchkin’s snack catchers. Because we all know there is nothing less posh than a trail of fishie crackers, leading you to a tiny perp.
turtlescoop.jpgAnd actor Greg Grunberg (Heroes) who is the dad of three little boys, scooped up bath products including the Turtle Super Scooper (soon to be available at Target.com), the Gone Fishin’ Bath Toy, White Hot Super Safety Ducky and Bath Squirters. These innovative products may not be the flashiest, but they were definitely the splashiest for those in the know about real life parenting. Other popular items with celebs in attendance included Munchkin’s safety certified bling pacifiers and matching cases, teething toys, and a new plush changing pad cover with built in storage.
Munchkin items are always a hit with parents celeb or not, because the company has a long history of anticipating the needs of parents and children. They are constantly finding creative new ways to address those needs and support their customers. And in the end I think that’s worthy of a Golden Globe itself – perhaps for Best Supporting Swag.
Get real with the same stuff the celebs chose by checking munchkin.com for online and local vendors.


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