Iconic Photographer Ann Geddes to Serve as KidzStuff Brand Ambassador

Anne Geddes is known around the world for her enchanting photos of babies garbed as flowers, butterflies, Teddy bears and other whimsical beings. So it was with much delight that the health system announced in 2018 that this renowned child advocate would serve as a brand ambassador for KidzStuff®, Nicklaus Children’s line of innovative children’s products.

“It has been my lifelong mission to advocate for the protection of all children, and I am proud to team with the KidzStuff brand to bring safe and practical apparel options for all parents,” said Anne Geddes.

Kidzstuff apparel is the latest advancement in children’s clothing, offering comfort with added functional features such as sun protection, insect protection, and fabric that changes color to indicate when a baby is getting too warm. These products, available for purchase on shopkidzstuff.com and now on Walmart.com, aim to support parents in caring for their children.

KidzStuff was launched in 2013 as part of Nicklaus Children’s Health System, a global leader in pediatric care and medical innovation. The products are designed with input from pediatricians with Nicklaus Children’s Health System, leveraging more than 60 years of medical knowledge to offer families effective, practical and safer resources for young children. One hundred percent of KidzStuff proceeds go towards providing world-class pediatric care and research at Nicklaus Children’s. 

  • Sun Blocker™ This lightweight garment is specially designed to prevent harmful UV rays from damaging a baby’s gentle skin. Rated Excellent UV Protection, the KidzStuff® Sun Blocker™ offers a chemical-free and lotion-free defense against the sun.
  • KidzStuff® All Natural Greenfirst® Technology apparel repels mosquitoes, dust mites, ticks, flies and midges to protect infants from insects, including those that carry insect-borne diseases. 
  • TempEze clothing is printed with specially formulated ink that turns white as a baby’s temperature starts to rise. A simple glance at the TempEze will help a parent know if the baby is too warm.

 More information about KidzStuff is available on www.shopkidzstuff.com