Promotional Products for New Parents … Including Jessica Simpson

After what seemed like much longer than nine months, Jessica Simpson and her fiance Eric Johnson had their baby – a 9 lb. daughter named Maxwell Drew. While not the most traditional name for a baby girl, Maxwell is named after relatives on both side of the family. Her first name is Johnson’s middle name as well as his mother’s maiden name and her middle name is Simpson’s mother’s maiden name.

Jessica Simpson

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Though little Maxi might be just mere hours old, there’s no reason why she, or more likely her parents, wouldn’t appreciate a promotional product as a birthday gift.  If your company caters toward the new parent set (i.e. daycare, toy store, baby food company,etc), try on these promotional products for size; mom, dad and baby will appreciate them!


Sweet Pea Diaper Bag Sweet Pea Diaper Bag

Diapers are about to become a way of life and this diaper bag is something that both mom and dad will feel comfortable carrying.  With deep side pockets to hold bottles and tons of interior pockets for wipes, blankets and well, diapers, this bag will be a savior to new parents.




Picture Frame Photo Frame

Even if your mother isn’t famous for questioning what  “Chicken of the Sea” is, the paparazzi will still be snapping away with their cameras.  Sure, in most cases, the paparazzi will be mom and dad or grandma and grandpa, but a nice looking picture frame is always a welcomed gift for new parents, celeb or not.




Promotional Stuffed Animal Stuffed Toy

While a newborn might not have any use for a stuffed animal, once he or she gets a little older, it’ll become a favorite.  You never know, Maxwell Drew’s favorite stuffed bear might be the one with your logo imprinted on his shirt.





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