May the Fourth Be With You

May
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My new neighbor came over this past weekend to give my kids some toys. Her children had outgrown them. Little did this well-intentioned lady know—we already own #allthetoys. Still, my son’s eyes lit up when he saw a lightsaber in the stack of superfluous gadgets and games and trinkets. He … Continue reading

Gingham Styles for Little Girls

Apr
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Don’t mind us… We’ll be egg hunting well into May at this rate. My little people discovered the joy of the Easter egg hunt this past holiday weekend, and they’re totally committed to making this a daily occurrence. Ha… Imma have to get very creative with my hiding spots at … Continue reading

Cute Graphic Onesies for Baby

Mar
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When my husband dresses the baby, it’s typically a comedy of sartorial errors… Weather-inappropriate top, way-too-small pants (like, where did you find those?!), and mismatching socks. It’s a hodge-podge of whatever clean items he can actually manage to pull together. It’s almost like he pulls out everything from the back … Continue reading

Celebrate Dr. Seuss in Style

Mar
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We’re big readers in our home. The kids love to curl up with a book together on the couch and “read” to each other; and bedtime wouldn’t be complete without the nightly begging and pleading for just “one more story, Mommy. Pleeeeease!” I love how at only two and four … Continue reading

Faux Leather Jackets for Toddlers

Feb
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The weather in New York has been insanely amazing these last few days. I mean, it’s mid-February, and we hit 64 degrees. SIXTY-FOUR DEGREES! That’s mind-blowing and record-shattering, and I, for one, couldn’t be happier to get a little spring preview—especially after an epic winter storm just last week. (Seriously, … Continue reading

Puffy Coats for Kids

Nov
Puffy Coats for Kids

Did you know New York City gets 25 inches of snow a year! Yes, it’s a lot and that’s why we need puffy coats for kids. Starting in December, the weather changes, Temperatures dip below zero, but we still have to get out. Our walk to school is just under … Continue reading