It’s scary getting ready for baby number two. Strangely, a second child seems so much more committed than baby number one—like we were just dabbling in parenthood until now. Now, we’re going to be a full-on family of four and as such, we need to trade up for a (GULP!) double stroller—a potentially big hit to my mom fashion sensibilities. In this post I review the Micralite Toro and the Phil & Teds Vibe strollers.
The question I’m struggling with…are the slouchy cropped trousers a good choice for moms? The higher waist is very mom friendly – no muffin-top potential, hides a slight pooch belly and won’t irritate a c-section scar – and the bum is loose enough to high any sagginess problems. However, after careful consideration, my answer is…
I’m pretty sure colorful stripes are the universal sign for Spring. Or maybe it’s floral patterns, but stripes are right up there. In any case, Anne looked great and made me want to run right out and find something stripey. For being so Spring-inspired, she is our March Mom!
Inspired, as I was, by my Victoria vacation, and the super cool rain boots I purchased for the little man….I started wondering if I too could pull off wearing rain boots.
Splashers rain boots are made in Canada (Yay! Not China!), have a moisture wicking inner lining, are completely puddle (or ocean) proof and sturdy as hell. With the exception of the camo print, their other designs are very, very cool.
CHeck out this Maura Daniel lighting. It’s kid friendly and whimsical but not babyish or too cutesy.
When you see your precious child in this retro-inspired organic cotton pajama sleeper from HappyGreenBaby.com, you’ll immediately flash back to those Saturday morning cartoon marathons spent slurping down Lucky Charms on rust-colored shag carpet, only without all the pesticides and chemicals we all rolled around in and ate.
So, I hate to admit it, but I am a total Banana Republic junkie. But now…
When skinny jeans came back into style, I heard "the 80's are back!!" being trumpeted. …
However, nothing sabotages my inner rock-star faster than carrying around a bunch of cutesy baby crap. Blankets with puppies, kittens or bunnies are nice, but you just can’t get no satisfaction from a cutsey-woosty baby blanket draped across your stroller. Enter Oshie Vintage – a line of rock-star worthy baby blankets that are perfect for adding a little R-O-C-K to your afternoon walk in the park.