Allow me to suggest a two-pronged approach for the very best ready-to-meet-every-challenge diaper bag packing: the daily bag & backup.
Reduce, reuse, recycle and have fun doing it.
The top 3 things every new mom should know about seasonal consignment sales.
5 Fun light green, Earth-friendly activities to do with your toddler and only one gets your fingernails dirty. Earth Day any day.
Your challenge for the day: Take longer stroller walks to change the scenery and get a little exercise. Explore new neighborhoods, wherever!
I am always interested in how entrepreneurs who enter the “mom market” get their start, so I was pleased to be introduced to Agatha Achindu, who is the founder of Yummy Spoonfuls baby and toddler food. Today in Oakland, we hosted an epic playdate for our local blog readers, and had the opportunity to send them […]
I spent time navigating the bustling aisles of baby products and services, which ranged from innovative and stylish (nursery decor) to practical (diapers and life insurance).
This activity is especially good if you feel like your living room is already an obstacle course — now it can be on purpose! Set up an obstacle course so your baby can test his mobility skills (crawling, rolling, lurching, flailing, whatever!). Try a couple of pillows, some toys, a plastic bowl, and (to make […]
Homemade baby food shortcuts make DIY purees easier and still healthy, inexpensive: full fat organic yogurt & applesauce are the MVPs.
She called it a bullsh*t Hallmark holiday with the sole purpose of making people feel guilty for their choices. I had always thought Earth Day was a bit of fun: a good excuse to bike instead of drive. Who’s right?
Whole Foods, the upscale grocery store I used to visit only occasionally, opened new location in my neighborhood about a year ago. Now that I drive by its inviting façade every day, I’m forced to think wisely about how I use this resource, known for its photogenic food and high prices. Last week, a debate […]
A valuable list of very simple things every rookie mom needs to know are included in the new book Homemade Play by early childhood educator Kim Lyons. These are not life-saving skills like how to treat a high fever, but rather revelatory concepts, such as things you can do with a kitchen sponge to entertain […]
Mike posted an awesome list of indie stores to browse online. I am returning the favor with a suggestion targeted at his demo: crafty dads of preschool-aged kids. (As a marketer, I will say this demographic is probably the least valuable to any company, but it is one that I personally adore.) photo by megret7 […]