Baby Gear, For Mom, Product Reviews

Meet Caroline, A Lily Jade Diaper Bag

Lily Jade Caroline Diaper Bag

Finding the perfect diaper bag has always been a struggle for me. Throughout my five years of motherhood, I’ve made my way through countless bags. I’ve tried everything from traditional nylon bags to high-end styles […]


Holidays, Paper Goods

The Elf Says, The Holiday Shop is Now Open!

Elf Notes

There are only thirty-three days until Christmas—yes, thirty-three! Between now and then, you’ve got a Thanksgiving dinner to plan, Black Friday shopping to stand in line for, and an entire holiday list to check off. […]


Baby Gear, Room Decor, Toys, Videos, Wall Decor

Holiday Shopping at Babesta Cribz


Today, Melisa and Pam are taking you window shopping in the hip Tribeca boutique Babesta Cribz on Project Nursery’s YouTube Channel. Shop owner, Jen Cattaui points out her favorite holiday picks for both babies and toddlers. Let us know if any of these gifts will find their way into your home this holiday season in the comments, and don’t forget


Clothing, Holidays, Party Supplies, Toys

Pottery Barn Kids Holiday 2012

Holiday Preview with Pottery Barn Kids

It was Christmas in July when Project Nursery was invited to attend the fabulous Pottery Barn Kids Holiday Sneak Peek 2012 party. As we entered the party on a hot, sizzling summer night, it felt like the holiday season was years away, but alas, now the season is right around the corner. We’re excited to share the incredibly festive collection


Fab Finds, Holidays, Toys

Best Christmas Ever: The Big Red Bicycle


Running into the living room only to be blinded by the light bouncing off a shiny red Schwinn bicycle sitting under the tree was like getting a Maserati at sixteen. I’ll never forget the fancy, big red bike my parents—I mean Santa—brought me for Christmas. Nevermind that it looked like a racing bike built for the Tour de France and probably was


Holidays, Toys

Best Christmas Ever: Old Favorites

Follow Me Domino

Holiday giving is in the air, and while I was pondering my list for my kidlets, I had a childhood flashback—my little brother, probably the age of two, going wild for “woof woof” his favorite toy. Woof Woof was a 1968 Fisher Price Beagle pull-along wooden dog that was placed under the tree. He loved this timeless dog, and we