myWallaby Launches its Fourth Product – Doll Scarf, Hat and Mittens Set

November 23, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Dress up her 18 inch doll in style with the myWallaby Scarf, Hat and Mittens Set. Hand-made in Peru, this adorable sweater knit set will keep her doll warm during the winter months and has been specifically designed to match her Agile Bag (sold separately).

Set Includes:

  • Sweater Knit Hat with Flower Design
  • Sweater Knit Scarf
  • Sweater Knit Mittens

The scarf set is sold exclusively on www.mywallaby.com for $15.99 and comes in Cotton Candy and Isle of Capri colors.

Pictures © myWallaby.com

myWallaby Limited is Happy to Announce the Debut of its Third Product — the myWallaby Agile Purse

October 13, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Ever since we rolled out our Doll Carrier, we have received a lot of requests to sell a purse-only version of our bag. myWallaby’s answer is the myWallaby Agile Purse. The Agile Purse is based on the same award-winning design as its bigger sister, the Agile Doll Carrier. The only difference is that it does not have the front doll carrier pocket. The purse is made with the same quality materials and craftsmanship as all of the other myWallaby products.

 

 

 

 

Features Include:
  • Washable quality outer shell
  • Adjustable Velcro strap
  • Front pouch with zipper enclosure
  • Large internal compartment
  • Two additional pockets with zipper enclosures
  • Embroidered myWallaby logo

The myWallaby Agile Purse comes in one limited-edition color — Cotton Candy (pink and Light Pink). The bag is sold exclusively on www.mywallaby.com for $24.99. Order yours today before it’s too late!

myWallaby Awarded US Patent for the myWallaby Doll Carrier

September 12, 2011 by · 1 Comment 

Long awaited news for myWallaby… After a waiting for what has seemed like an eternity (over two years), we have finally been awarded a Design Patent by the US Patent Office for the myWallaby Doll Carrier! Patent Number US D642,796 S was issued on August 9, 2011 and is officially ours. It has been a personal dream of mine since childhood to obtain a patent and we finally got one! So as you can imagine we are very excited and happy to get rid of “patent pending.”

Check out our patent document on www.uspto.gov:

http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO2&Sect2=HITOFF&p=1&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsearch-bool.html&r=1&f=G&l=50&co1=AND&d=PTXT&s1=D642796&OS=D642796&RS=D642796

And for a cleaner pdf version with all the cool black and white design figures:

www.iplawusa.com/patents/patents/2011-08-09/pat642796.pdf

 

 

myWallaby Launches the Joey Wallet!

August 17, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

myWallaby Limited is happy to announce the debut of its second product, the myWallaby Joey Wallet.

The Joey Wallet was designed to be a companion product to the myWallaby Agile Doll Carrier. The Joey Wallet fits perfectly into the front pocket of the Agile Doll Carrier (hence, its name…). This high quality wallet is very stylish and comes with many special features inside. While it was designed with the Agile Doll Carrier in mind, we feel that it will also make a great stand-alone gift.

Features Include:

  • Vinyl-like Stain Resistant Material
  • Magnetic Snap on Strap
  • Compact Built-in Mirror
  • Zippered Change Compartment
  • Bill Sleeve
  • Two internal slide-in sleeves

The Joey Wallet comes in two colors: Cotton Candy (pink and Light Pink) and Isle of Capri (blue and green) and is sold exclusively on www.mywallaby.com for $17.99.

 

 

The Story of the Mirror… The myWallaby Joey Wallet Nears Release Date

March 20, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

As of this post, the myWallaby Joey Wallet is still on track to be released in April. We finally cleared the last hurdle — the wallet’s mirror. Believe it or not, locating the right mirror for the wallet took over two months. In fact, all the other components that will make up the wallet were finished two months ago! The prototype wallets that we used to approve the final design (and all versions leading up to the final design), used an ordinary glass mirror. We never meant for it to be used in the final product, just for demonstration purposes as we worked out the final details for the wallet. However, in order to make the final product safe for children to use, we needed to identify and purchase a high quality plastic mirror that is much more durable and does not break like real glass does. Easier said than done. We were not happy with several plastic mirrors that were available in Peru as we found that the reflective quality of the plastic mirrors was not to the standard we had in mind for the Joey wallet. After several attempts to locate a suitable plastic mirror in Peru, we gave up and decided to look elsewhere. We finally found what we were looking for in the USA. The plastic mirror is made out of acrylic, a very durable plastic that looks just like a regular mirror. If broken (which is very unlikely given the size and placement of the mirror), an acrylic mirror will not break into sharp pieces like regular glass does. Although it will cost more to buy and ship from the USA to Peru, and then back to the USA in the final product, we think it is worth the extra expense as we want our products to be second to none in quality and in design.

myWallaby Joey Wallet Update

March 2, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

We were hoping to have officially launched the myWallaby Joey Wallet by now, but we have run into a slight delay with production. As those who own a Doll Carrier can attest, myWallaby pays a lot of attention to the finer details of our products and we make sure things are exactly as we want them before we sign off on releasing the item into production. We would rather get it right the first time than rush to market and produce a less than desirable product.

That being said, we thought we would “whet your appetite” with one of the photos from our recent myWallaby Joey photo shoot in Manhattan. We can’t wait to release the Joey to the public!

Myriam Launches her New Immigration Law Firm – Myriam Sanchez Hildenbrand, LLC

February 12, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

The Wallaby is very proud of Myriam, one of the two founders of myWallaby Limited. Myriam has been successfully practicing immigration law (her “day” job) for nearly a decade and she just decided to start her own immigration law practice. Myriam Sanchez Hildenbrand, LLC is a full-service immigration law firm in New York City handling green card and visa applications, deportation defense, asylum and citizenship. Check out her newly launched website. I think you will notice a similar theme between both the myWallaby home page and her new website…

Click here to visit her new website:

http://www.sanchezhildenbrandlaw.com/

Logo © Myriam Sanchez Hildenbrand, LLC.

Sneak Peek at the New myWallaby Joey Wallet!

January 14, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

myWallaby is very excited to share with our fans a sneak peek at our second product, the myWallaby Joey Wallet. The Joey will be available in two colors and is designed to serve as a companion product to the myWallaby Doll Carrier (fits perfectly in the front pocket of the bag). It is made with the same quality craftsmanship as our doll carrier and includes a built-in mirror, zippered change compartment, clear plastic photo sleeve (not shown), bill compartment, magnetic closure, and quality finish. The Joey should retail somewhere between $15 and $20 and should be available for purchase exclusively on www.mywallaby.com sometime in early February 2011. It took us nearly a year to get it just right, so we know the recipient will just love it!

Google Search Ranking!

December 12, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

From time to time, Eric and I run searches on Google and other search engines with various key words to see how far down the list myWallaby shows up. When we first launched the product in late July, needless to say, myWallaby didn’t even show up in the search results. However, recently, given the press that Agile Bag has generated, myWallaby has climbed the search results and now, drum roll please…, it is listed in the top four Google results when searching for “doll carrier.” We have always felt that those key words best represent our product and when we saw our company listed that high on the list, we were ecstatic!

See below for a snapshot of our results —

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myWallaby Selected for Dr. Toy’s “Best Picks Children’s Products for 2009”

November 10, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Myriam and I are happy to announce that the myWallaby Agile Doll Carrier was chosen by Dr. Toy for her “Best Picks Children’s Products for 2009.” We are very excited about the recognBestPickWinnerition and visibility that winning this award brings to myWallaby! The quote below is from the Dr. Toy press release that announced the winners. We think it does a good job describing Dr. Toy and her review process.

“Dr. Toy’s Best Picks Children’s Products” Awards Program 2009 was developed by noted play and child development authority, Stevanne Auerbach, Ph.D. (a.k.a. Dr. Toy) as a service to consumers who desire to purchase safe, affordable, educationally oriented, stimulating new toys and products for children.

“As a childhood specialist for over 40 years,” says Dr. Toy, Director of the Institute for Childhood Resources, founded in San Francisco in 1975, “I have seen the continuous, essential need for more year-round resources for consumers to identify and choose the most appropriate, safe and engaging learning and developmental products for all children.”

“Dr. Toy’s Best Picks ” were carefully chosen from among thousands that she has reviewed at toy fairs, catalogs, and through many other sources, and by using extensive criteria she has developed over many years.  Among the criteria used are: safety, age-appropriateness, design, durability, lasting play value, cultural and ethnic diversity, good transition from home to school, educational value, learning skills, creativity, improvement in the understanding of the community and the world, good value for price, and, naturally, fun.

Click the link below to see the award recipients:

http://www.drtoy.com/awards/2009-Best-Picks-Childrens-Products.php

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