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Holiday Hip List 2018: Crib-A-Peel

The Hip Lists Maria Falzo is here to tell you about her gift picks for the holidays!

Crib-A-Peel is a fitted mattress pad that is absorbent and waterproof. It has 5 layers that easily peel away allowing a quick change for a clean and dry mattress pad for baby.

Each layer is made from an exceptional blend of Bamboo, Rayon and Polyester fibers for optimum strength, absorption and softness. The mattress pad is disposable — so goodbye extra laundry.

The breathable waterproof membrane helps baby stay cool and comfortable all throughout the night. Great for the accidents in the middle of the night. A must-have for travel. Instantly have a new clean mattress protector.

From the Jersey City-based Peel Away Labs, Crib-A-Peel is part of the Peelaways disposable bed sheet family.

$15.99/package. Visit www.Peelaways.com.

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#HipNJ Celebrates National Teddy Bear Day

Today is National Teddy Bear Day! Build-A-Bear Workshop is offering a limited edition teddy bear for just $5.50 on this special day! So, #HipNJ has compiled a list of New Jersey Build-A-Bear locations.



Head over to the one closest to you and make something special!

Michael Napolitano on Preschool of Rock

Michael Napolitano, founder and director of Preschool of Rock, sat with Joanna Gagis on “A Life & Living Moment” to discuss his experience working with the Blue Man Group.

“Blue Man was a wonderful experience for me,” Napolitano says. He worked with the founders of the company to develop new content for the show! 

“Whatever the mad geniuses wanted to bring out there, we had to make it happen,” he says. This involved creative production, and many interesting instruments.

“I used to tune the tubes and create instruments with amazing technical developers,” he recalls. This concept has transferred to Preschool of Rock in the form of a focus on drumming. “For toddlers, it’s hard to make chords on a guitar, but you can whack on a drum,” he says.

To learn more about Preschool of Rock, click here.