Baby Planet: Where Two Real Parents Are Bringing Families Real Baby Products

Baby Planet

Baby Planet is a small company comprised of two parents who have five children and that want to bring quality, functional, and useful baby products to other families. It’s their goal “to make a positive different in the lives of parents, babies, and the world that surrounds all of us.” With a combined 40 years of experience in this industry, these two parents are rocking the gear game for families everywhere!

And now, Baby Planet will be at the 2018 Chicago Baby Show on August 25 and 26 at Navy Pier.

Tickets to the Chicago Baby Show are $30 per family; $20 per individual. Children are free.


We spoke with a Baby Planet team member about what to expect at this year’s Baby Show!

What should expectant and new parents know about your brand?
We are a small family-owned company providing high-quality gear that solves real parenting problems and addresses real parenting concerns. Through our products and our giving back program we strive to make a positive difference in the lives of parents, babies, and the world that surrounds all of us.

What’s new (in the past year) with your brand?
We are brand new to the market for 2018! Our debut product is the Oasis bassinet, made with our exclusive and patented AirLoftTM breathable sheets. The Oasis is the only bassinet with an extended use after baby outgrows it – with the included Pod Cover you can transform the bassinet frame into a handy storage pod!

What is your most popular product right now?
The Oasis Bassinet is our most popular product right now!

Why should Baby Show attendees stop by your booth at the Chicago Baby Show in 2018?
To check out the ONLY bassinet that utilizes AirloftTM breathable sheet technology AND to see how we extended the use of the bassinet beyond the typical 3 months by transforming it into a storage pod!

Are you offering any special contests or discounts at your booth at the Chicago Baby Show in 2018?
We are offering a 10% discount for Baby Show attendees.

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