Those of you who have older kids might already know about these, because I think they’ve been around a while, but anyone with a two-year-old or a soon-to-be-two-year-old should take note of the wonder that is the Spill Proof Bubble Tumbler. At some point — and if they are not already — your child will […]
OK, so technically, Mini does not ingest a lot of caffeine. But you would never know that by his energy level. That’s why I think this caffeine kids tee is perfect for him, and most of his preschool class. Which reminds me, I need another cup of coffee.
The Green Grass Bottle Drying Rack is a good solution for the various multitude of different sized parts that come with baby bottles.
For the kid inside of you, here are the Salt and Playtime salt and pepper shakers designed by Liz Dubois for Fred & Friends. Someday, Fred & Friends is going to put out a product that I don’t like, I’m sure . . . but it hasn’t happened yet.
There’s no use crying over spilt milk. But there’s no reason why you cannot eat out of it with the Spilt Milk Bowl by our old favorites, Fred & Friends.
A while back I told you about New York City In A Bag, and here’s London In A Bag, which appears to be more colorful and more interesting, but don’t tell any New Yorkers I said that. I’m waiting for Los Angeles In A Bag, but I’d wager it’s a lot more complicated to whittle […]
For new parents not so excited about cards filled with squiggly lines for their newborns, here’s the Tour D’Europe Mobile. Only problem is, newborns really love those damn squiggly lines. It pains me to be the one to break it to you, it really does.
Si, se puede hablar!
Lego forks? LEGO FORKS?!
Sure, you could use a real yellow pages book, but who has one of those anymore?