Hop 'n' Roll Line Benefits KaBoom // Studio 29 Photography


Parents are always asking for suggestions for clothing for family/children portrait sessions. I am a huge advocate Gymboree.

Gymboree is dedicated to dressing kids in the cutest clothes possible. Luckily for playing kids everywhere, and for my adorable upcoming photo-shoots, they just introduced, Hop ‘n’ Roll – a new line of mix & match styles made to keep up with the pace of play.

Right Now, you can receive up to 50% off clothing within the new Hop ‘n’ Roll Line. 

Hop ‘n’ Roll – now available for boys and girls, sizes 6 months to 10 at Gymboree stores and on Gymboree.com.

For a limited time, sales from Hop ‘n’ Roll will benefit non-profit KaBOOM! KaBoom is a national non-profit that inspires communities to support play and creates great places to play for kids in underserved communities across America.

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To celebrate the launch of Hop ‘n’ Roll and the power of play, Gymboree has coordinated the following activities from April 7 – May 31 :

  • Gymboree Play & Music partners will be taking over the Gymboree Play Date page on Tumblr to include creative fun-filled playtime tips and ideas and to foster creativity and confidence. Definitely encourage your readers to check it out!
  • PBS KIDS®: Gymboree (proud sponsor of Jim Henson’s “Dinosaur Train” on PBS KIDS) will support PBS KIDS’ “Explore the Outdoors” campaign via special in-store programming on Gymboree TV, giveaways on Gymboree’s Facebook page, and participation in local PBS member station “Explore the Outdoors” events.
  • Pinterest Playdate Map: Partners and top bloggers will continue to contribute to Gymboree’s Pinterest Playdate Map – an incredible resource for families to discover new and exciting places to play, whether on a trip or in their very own backyard.

Fans can learn more by visiting www.gymboree.com/hopnroll.

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This post is sponsored by Gymboree.

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