Baby Gear, Feeding

Essential Feeding Gear for Babies

Feeding Gear for Babies

Ensuring that you have the right gear for small children makes festive holiday meals even better because they can participate in the fun. Here’s a roundup of some of my favorite feeding gear for babies […]


Baby Gear, Feeding, Furniture

Stokke Introduces the New Stokke Steps

Stokke Steps

A sea of snowflakes didn’t stop bloggers and editors from venturing out to Gary’s Loft in New York City for an exclusive preview of Stokke’s latest innovation, the Stokke Steps, at a debut party hosted by Momtrends. […]


Furniture, Giveaways

Giveaway: Stokke Tripp Trapp from Modern Nursery

Stokke Tripp Trapp Giveaway from Modern Nursery

One lucky Project Nursery reader will win the Stokke Tripp Trapp high chair in your choice of color from Modern Nursery. […]


Feeding, Furniture, Product Reviews

Jazz Up Your Dining with Nuna Zaaz


We introduced you to Nuna—the successful European baby gear company that is now making their mark in the US—last month. Now we want to share their innovative highchair, the Zaaz. You know here at Project Nursery we think function and great looking design are not mutually exclusive terms. […]


Baby Gear, Feeding, Furniture

BabyBjörn High Chair: Dining in Style

BabyBjorn Highchair

It’s no secret that you all, Project Nursery’s readers, are a design-conscious bunch. And, as you know, good kid’s design doesn’t stop in the nursery, it should also—or even especially—apply to the baby items in the rest of your home. Who wants a giant, clunky high chair on wheels floating around their kitchen or dining room? There’s nothing like a


Feeding, Furniture, Giveaways

Giveaway: Stokke Tripp Trapp Chair & Baby Set

Stokke Tripp Trapp Chair and Baby Set

You’ve heard us rave about the Stokke Tripp Trapp Chair before, but we’ve got good reason—it’s one awesome chair. My almost three-year-old loves his. It’s comfortable, and it makes him feel like a big boy to be right up at the table. It makes me happy because he’s still safely strapped in with a full harness not just a lap