Kiddippity

Kiddippity

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(860) 868-9338

11 Titus Road

Washington Depot
,
CT
06794

Kiddippity is a business providing services in the field of Baby Accessories. Kiddippity is located in Washington Depot, CT on 11 Titus Road.

Kiddippity telephone number is (860) 868-9338.

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Baby Accessories in Washington Depot denote a variety of items that are essential for providing care, comfort & entertainment to the babies. These may include baby sleeping accessories, hair accessories, bathing accessories, diapers, pacifiers, soothies, walkers, slings, feeding accessories, and many more.



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