Babylist Opens Pop-Up Apartment in Brooklyn New York

If you’re racking your brain for the perfect gift to bring to your favorite parent-to-be’s baby shower, we have the perfect solution: Babylist. Think of this as a wonderland for everything your little one can need from strollers to swaddles. With a wide market of products available, Babylist helps take the pressure off by connecting consumers to a community of expecting parents. As the saying goes, it truly takes a village to raise a kid so you can happily rely on Babylist to be the extra hand. Today, the budding baby brand literally opens its front doors to the public for an unforgettable shopping experience!

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babylist new york pop up

Babylist

The in-person pop-up is available May 13th through May 22nd in Brooklyn, New York—but here’s the catch: it’s in a 3,000 square-foot-home. Excited shoppers can shop room-by-room from kitchen to playroom for a curated selection of essential products. These parent must-haves are outfitted for your day-to-day without going overboard with things you might not end up using. You’ll find clever ideas for growing families, whether they went viral on Tiktok or are family-approved from testers.

babylist new york pop up

Babylist

In each room, you can scan QR codes to build your dream baby registry stress-free. What’s even better? You can test out the products yourself! A major lifesaver for new parents are the expert-curated boxes that save you the trial and error of testing what works the best for your little one. The products included are tested by parents themselves so you won’t have to second guess between baby bottles or the many pacifiers you go through in a year. Sign up today to visit the experiential shopping spree in person at 693 Humboldt St. Brooklyn, NY 11222. And win big from brands like Nuna, Boon, Nanit (our family-approved favorite), and much more. Your baby deserves the best of the best and Babylist’s nurturing touch is one you can definitely rely on.


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