Any excuse for a rainbow party: birthday, baby shower, Gay PRIDE, unicorns… we have easy ideas for a colorful party and decor.
Stitch Fix, the personal shopper service that sends a box of clothes to you in the mail, based on your taste and spending preferences, can now support those women who need a little more, er, support. That is, plus sizes have been added to the program. Hooray!
When she was pregnant with her daughter, she became very sick for the first three months and between throwing up and dealing with inconsiderate people, Line decided to start drawing cartoons to make light of the situation.
This has got to be one of the fastest t-shirt refashioning projects I’ve ever done. In less then 10 minutes, I had a newborn-size beanie, made from soft, stretchy tshirt material. In short, the instructions go like this: cut a front and back of a hat from the bottom portion of a t-shirt and sew […]
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 […]
Teaching your child about money can start as early as when you say yes or no to the impulse items in the checkout line. Beth says, “Don’t avoid the situations where you’ll have to say no.”
When I began to see pink Valentine’s Day stuff flying across my screen about three weeks ago, I wanted to share something about making it boy-friendly. My six-year old son told me that Valentine’s Day is the most “humongous holiday of the year”, after Christmas and Halloween. He probably has a future at Martha Stewart […]
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).
These hoppers are just what you need for an active preschooler when it’s too cold to go outside. They come in a few non-character designs, which delights me. Beware that the prices vary with design (what the what?) so click on each color on the product page to see how much it costs. Jill from […]
It’s not about the TV. What TV symbolizes in our household is the easiest thing to do together with my husband that we enjoy.
When I asked my Mom’s Group facilitator — a woman whose own daughters were over 20 years old — how the conversation amongst rookie moms had changed in the 20 years that she’d been hosting support groups for new mothers, she told me that my generation talked a lot more about products. Guilty as charged. […]
Sugru attracted my interest because it falls into the category of things I often buy my husband for Christmas. A little bit offbeat, innovative, and purportedly useful for accomplishing around-the-house chores. It looked like an open-ended tool that could solve a variety of problems, and then I forgot about it. When I saw these pictures […]