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cute stuff, poor sales staff.
lots of cute things, unfortunately, the sales staff seemed to know little! I went in for several items and had done a little research. One of the salespeople (and I use the term loosely) couldn't tell me a thing about a product and was reading the box as she tried to explain it to me. Then, I asked for another item I wanted to purchase, she pointed to a shelf on the ground and walked away. I am over eight months pregnant, getting to items displayed at floor level is not easy!
I ended up purchasing one item and not the three to four I was planning on. I will not be returning.
disappointing customer service. As I browsed the store I was never approached by an employee to ask if I needed help, although two ladies around me were. Once I had made my selections (3) and headed to the counter, I was given two disapproving looks by two employees when I requested to have the three items separately gift-wrapped. The store was not busy and this is a service offered by an overpriced high end baby store...I should have taken my business elsewhere. I will not return!
Best baby store in Denver. Great products!! Not the kind you find at most stores. If I want a unique gift, I come here. The people who work there are always friendly and have great suggestions.
My Favorite Baby Store in Denver. Every time I shop at Real Baby I find something unique, precious and perfect. My daughter loves to play at the train table, and I love the clothes they carry for her. Great service and selection and I allways find the perfect gift for my friends.
snooty sales clerk (an oxymoron- come on you are a sales clerk!). I really am going to write a letter to the owner because if I owned a business and had a clerk like the one I just dealt with I would want to know. Here some person who obvisously had a love for wonderful children's items (as well as maternity items) took that love and opened a shop. Now that person has at least one employee who is miserable and rude who treats the customers like dirt. I was at the sandwich shop down the street and a customer recognized me from the store and asked if my experience was a bad as hers!
How are you still in business?. After my experience here this weekend I quickly went to voice my opinion. This place is absolutely the antithesis of what I would expect in a store to cater to those just learning they would have a child after years of trying. The service I received was deplorable. And, the greatest disappointment is living in the neighborhood and hoping to support a local merchant. What sort of person would feel comfortable shopping here? A shallow person.
even though this is a kids store don't bring your child!.
I was looking for a merchant in Denver who sold the Bugaboo stroller. I was watching my niece and nephew and thought since this is a kid?s establishment they might be "kid friendly". From the moment we entered the store one of the staff members went out of her way to be rude. There were two trikes out and my niece and nephew pulled them out and sat in them. Based on the clerks reaction to them trying to "test drive the toy" I told them to get off that they were just to look at the clerk sighed as she slammed them back into there parking space. My nephew then cried (because he really loved the trike) and the clerk sighed loudly and rolled her eyes.
There was some really cute kids stuff that I would have loved to buy (my nephew's birthday was in two days but there was no way I was going to buy the trike from the rude clerk- I found it online). They also have the stokke high chair that I had been looking for, really cute dress up clothes, and unique crib sets.
A nice clerk came out from the back and said there were some toys out for kids to play with but based on the other clerk?s behavior I was too worried they might drop a toy or something. I ended up not even buying the stroller because I felt like I was on pins and needles the whole time I was there. When we left the store my 4 year old niece asked why the lady was so mean to us. My advice is if you do not like kids do not work at a kid?s store. I could understand the reaction if I took them into a women's boutique!
Cool Store. I thought this store was fun. I really liked the selection and I love the neighborhood. The store was crowded but some one found time to help me.
Men can't shop here. You would think that if a man were to walk into a baby store, you would get attention and help. Not the case here.
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors. Parents come to this bright Highlands shop for everything from maternity clothes to cribs, strollers, educational toys and toddler clothes.
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