Author Jayme Ritchie
Sorta kid proof sunglasses, and by that I mean they are likely (no promises) to stay in one piece while your little one tries them on, eats them, throws them on the floor, etc!
First, always a favorite of mine, Oakley “Active” Sunglasses. I have seriously been an Oakley junkie for almost 2 decades!
I am a huge fan of modern kid’s furnishings. Stokke, Offi, P’Kolino – they make fantastic stuff. However, the price you pay for great design hurts. A lot. So when I found the super sale (more than 50% off!!) on select Offi furniture at Mod Decor, I didn’t hesitate – I snapped up a cute table and chairs set. Now that mine is safely on it’s way, I’ll share this find with the rest of you!
No matter which your preferred term of endearment is: buttocks, nates, arse, butt, backside, bum, buns, can, fundament, hindquarters, hind end, keister, posterior, prat, rear, rear end, rump, stern, seat, tail, tail end, tush, bottom, behind, derriere, fanny, (or, one of the many “R” rated synonyms), one thing is for sure, mom’s everywhere are obsessed with tushies (either their baby’s or their own)!
Everyone has one — and I’m not talking about the super stylish and cool MacLaren version for $100 and up. I’m talking about the $20 Target special. The one that is given away as a free gift with purchase at Babies R ‘Us. The one that, despite spending $800+ on a Bugaboo, you find yourself pulling out of the trunk when you are too tired to deal with your “real” stroller. Yes, I’m talking about the Umbrella stroller. It’s cheap, it’s boring, it’s very, very practical. So let’s pimp it. Here are my picks for ways to liven up your stroll with some fabulous and useful umbrella stroller accessories!
As part of my constant quest to cuten up my little one’s nursery (is it even called a nursery anymore? she’s 18 months old, hmmmm . . .) I decided it was time for some artwork. I have always loved the canvas wall art by Avalisa so I finally decided to splurge and purchase one. From abstract and letters to animals and “things that move”, Avalisa’s masterpieces are sure to liven up your little one’s room with her bright colors and simple designs.
Roses, strawberry jam, pickles . . . who can resist! This scratch and sniff book by Katherine Howard has it all! Just in time for Easter, this…
CHeck out this Maura Daniel lighting. It’s kid friendly and whimsical but not babyish or too cutesy.