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Hello Sunshine

Posted by Staff / Posted on July 20, 2009

Hello SunshineHello Sunshine is relatively new, having opened just across the street from High Park in 2006. Billing itself as a "creative baby shop", the boutique focuses on stylish and eco-friendly items that are "just a little bit different". They try to carry Canadian when possible - Babylicious, 3 Sprouts, and Dimpleskins are all good sellers.

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Victoria / December 20, 2009 at 08:44 pm
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Visited today (Dec. 20th 2009)

PROS: Nice selection of toys, books, journals, clothing, carriers, eating utensils, diaper bags (the pretty "Is that really a diaper bag!?" diaper bags), and more for babies and toddlers. Lots of cool gear at non-insane prices. I would guess staff are NOT on commission as they are very helpful but laid-back - RE: no pressure salesmanship!

CONS: None really...but a pet-peeve of mine, as an expecting mom, is visiting baby stores with NO washrooms! C'mon! Most of us need a bathroom break at least once an hour, we're more likely to buy more if we dont have to run out and find a coffee shop in the middle of browsing!

MAJOR PRO: They're having a sale on a lot of their inventory!! 20% - 50% off!! Snagged a "Bundle Me" by JJ Cole for $48!
Mary / April 13, 2010 at 09:17 am
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Great little shop!

Also wanted to mention - they do have a washroom - with a changing station to boot!

sara / September 23, 2014 at 05:42 pm
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Bundle me's are not safe to use in car seats and I question any store that does not make this clear to parents. They should be used only in strollers, this is probably why they are on sale.

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