You probably don't need another reason to love Target. But you just got one: The retail giant recently announced that they're adding pumping and nursing rooms to their "next generation"…stores. True, nursing a baby in a store's dressing room is a fairly tried-and-true mom trick. But now, Target's new and newly remodeled stores will feature dedicated nursing rooms. So far, about 40 locations nationwide have the discrete space, located near the fitting rooms, that appear to include a comfy chair and footstool. Such upgrades… >> Read More
Target seems to get it, at least when it comes to inclusive kids' threads.
The company showed its commitment to inclusion in general, when it launched Project 62, a new line of affordable home…goods, as well as its plus-size clothing collection AVA & VIV, illustrating that clothing and aesthetic shouldn't belong only to the wealthy or thin. But that's not all they've done. Their kids' clothing line, Cat & Jack, also just created adaptive apparel for toddlers and children with disabilities--which is awesome--because all kids should have cool apparel. The… >> Read More
Over the past few years, Target has focused on being more inclusive when it comes to kids' accessories and fashion. In a world full of nuance, especially when it comes to gender, moving away from…"girls wear pink and all butterflies" and "boys wear blue and all trains" type of mentality is welcomed. Last week, Target announced that they’re discontinuing some of their brands. However, the good news is the store will now be carrying a super amazing gender neutral line of children’s clothing and accessories--and they're teaming up with Toca Boca to do… >> Read More
Target is pretty much a mom favorite--if it wasn't yours yet, it just may be now. They officially took a stand on inclusivity by announcing that all Target staff and customers are permitted to use…the restroom or fitting room that corresponds with their gender identity. Can we get a resounding yes and round of applause? In a statement on their website, Target said they are dedicated to “equality and equity,” stating: “Inclusivity is a core belief at Target. It’s something we celebrate… We believe that everyone—every team member, every… >> Read More
Today is a big day for Target. Besides their announcement about launching a gender-neutral bedding line, there's this: A shopping cart for kids with special needs will now be available at most of its…U.S. stores. The cart was designed by Drew Ann Long, a mom in Alabama whose daughter, Caroline, was born with Rett Syndrome. Caroline's Cart has a built-in seat that accommodates a person up to 250 pounds and faces the caregiver as he or she is pushing the cart. This will allow families with kids with disabilities and special… >> Read More