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Summer Days with Under Armour

Summer Days with Under Armour

* I was provided with product to facilitate this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.* Summer is here parents, and the long days filled with sun, camp, pool days, play dates and hours at the playground are upon us.  So how do you keep your little guys feeling and looking cool? Under Armour of course! I didn’t even know they made kids and baby wear, so I got schooled pretty quickly on their amazing … Read entire article »

Filed under: Boutiques and Stores, Featured Store, Kindergartners, School Aged Children, Seasonal, Summer

Parent’s Read: How Toddlers Thrive: What Parents Can Do Today for Children Ages 2-5 to Plant the Seeds of Lifelong Success

Parent’s Read: How Toddlers Thrive: What Parents Can Do Today for Children Ages 2-5 to Plant the Seeds of Lifelong Success

* I was sent this book to read and review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.* I want both of my boys to be happy and successful, but right now I am probably more focused on successfully potty-training my toddler more than anything else! I still wonder what they will be like as adults and what I can do to help raise them to be good human beings, be happy and successful. I just started reading … Read entire article »

Filed under: Advice, Books, Books (Advice), Parenting, Toddlers

Be a Radio Flyer!

Radio Flyer’s Turbo Turtle is another hit from a fantastic toy company. My appreciation for Radio Flyer runs deeper than just nostalgia for the Radio Flyer Classic Red Wagon–they continue to come out with fun, innovative toys. And their new ride-on, Turbo Turtle, is a wild ride for toddlers an preschoolers. The best part about the Turbo Turtle is the spinning indoor-outdoor caster wheels. Unlike many ride-on toys that seem to have the turning radius of a … Read entire article »

Filed under: 12-18 Months, Contests, Pre-schoolers, Uncategorized

Clip-On Fun

Clip-On Fun

Toddlers have remarkable imaginations. Mine will stick two blocks together and proudly proclaim it a “kitty cat…with shoes!” So, we favor open-ended toys that allow her to explore her own creativity. If you are looking for something a cleaner and less pointy than two sticks and some rocks, then building blocks are a classic for good reason. The new Playskool Clipo Blocks are perfect for toddler and preschooler hands. First, there’s the fun of spilling … Read entire article »

Filed under: Developmental Toys, Pre-schoolers, Toddlers, Toys (12-24 M), Toys (Pre-School), Uncategorized

Toddling in these Robeez Tredz

Toddling in these Robeez Tredz

Robeez set the standard for soft, leather baby shoes. From sweeter than sugar kittens to saucy crowns to rockin’ flaming guitars, Robeez has been a leader in hip baby footwear. Now Robeez is launching a new line of outdoor shoes for the toddling set: Robeez Tredz!. I had the opportunity to check out a pair of the Robeez Tredz sandals in flower fuchsia. First, let me say they are even cuter than the picture. … Read entire article »

Filed under: 12-18 Months, Children's Fashion, Contests, Footwear (Baby), Footwear (Children), Shoes (Baby), Shoes (Children), Toddlers, Uncategorized

Big Bibs for Covering Big Bellies

Big Bibs for Covering Big Bellies

At first, I did not understand the big hoopla about bibs. After all, my baby didn’t need one until she was over six months’ old. Even then, her face got messy, but a dishtowel easily protected her clothing (assuming she was wearing any). Then she grew into an active self-feeding toddler. Now, I “get” the bib obsession. We have two go-to bibs for protecting baby’s outfits during fine-dining experiences: Bib Bellies Bibs and DaBib. Bib … Read entire article »

Filed under: Feeding, Toddlers