Working the Crowd at Big City Moms Biggest Baby Shower Ever

For those of you who know me, I LOVE to talk.  I love meeting new friends and old – and any excuse to strike up a conversation. That is why The Big City Moms Biggest Shower Ever was my perfect night out.  There were over 100 exhibitors and hundreds of pregnant moms-to-be.

I caught up with my old friend, Kate, from Britax. They make incredible car seats and strollers. Here she is in action with a mom-to-be.

Here are some new friends that I deemed “The MVP couple.” They had sparkly sweatshirts made up for the event and even had a hashtag for their child to be. How cute are they?!

I learned about the importance of using silicone for baby products, like these cute, easy-to-grip strawberry teethers from Perry Mackin.

And for those moms and dads who want to look chic and stylish while carrying a diaper bag, check out the newest line from TWELVElittle.

Finally, did I mention that I LOVE LOVE LOVE swag? Look at some of the stuff I brought home from the event.  Brands were so generous to share their products.  I promise to share some of the spoils with my friends.

Congratulations to Big City Moms on their 45th Biggest Baby Shower Ever.  I can attest that it sure was BIG!

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Hillary Perlman is a Sales and Marketing Associate for Mommybites. She holds a BA from Emory University in Atlanta and a Master of Public Health from NYU, and spent over 10 years working in the healthcare industry in both hospital administration and managed care. Prior to joining Mommybites, Hillary was a Community Manager for UrbanSitter, an online childcare platform. She lives in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of NYC with her husband and 2 children.

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