It’s hard to know what to expect when you’re expecting, but for more than 15 years, parents have relied on Baby Bloomers as a valuable resource to guide them through the uncharted territory of having a baby.
It’s hard to know what to expect when you’re expecting, but for more than 15 years, parents have relied on Baby Bloomers as a valuable resource to guide them through the uncharted territory of having a baby. “We realize that having a baby and deciding what you need can be confusing, so we try to steer people in the right direction,” said Robin Query, who, along with her husband, Winn, is the owner of the store, located in the Moultrie Plaza Shopping Center.
Chosen as Best Baby Goods in the 2019 Mount Pleasant Magazine “Best of ” Awards, Baby Bloomers carries a wide variety of quality baby-related items, from cribs to clothes to car seats, and offers one-stop shopping so customers can see products in person and get trusted advice from local experts.
“We’re so grateful and humbled for winning this award again and thankful for our wonderful customers who voted for us,” said Robin.
They provide a personalized registry service, where the staff will walk around with customers and offer suggestions based on individual needs. Having a large in-store selection allows moms-to-be to try out products and get a feel for which nursery gliders or ottomans, for example, are the best fit.
When it comes to safety, Baby Bloomers sells top-of-the-line strollers and car seats, including the UPPAbaby brand. As a certified car-seat installer, Winn can assist parents on how to properly secure the seats in their car, a tricky task for first-timers but essential for keeping a baby safe.
The store also offers a complimentary design service for the nursery, which includes fabrics, bedding, artwork, furniture and paint colors.
“It makes it a great job when a customer says thank you for making the perfect nursery,” Robin said.
Baby Bloomers is located at 624 Coleman Blvd. Call 843-856-9277 or visit online at www.babybloomershome.com.
By Pamela Brownstein