Bathtime is a daily highlight for the entire family. We just started the triple bath in our house, all three in the tub at the same time, and I love seeing them getting silly together. Pure happiness combined with cleanliness is really therapeutic. Completing the whole bathtime routine by wrapping the squeaky cleans in warm and cozy hooded towels is a must. Company Kids has a fun line of hooded towels that are bright and colorful and kick it up a notch. Their are lots of hooded kids towels on the market but these have a little extra that make them at the top of my holiday gift guide list.
What’s not to love about modern, functional and fun Skip Hop? We got the skinny on the latest happenings from the NYC studio that started the diaper bag revolution. For us, Skip Hop evokes memories of being hip Manhattanite moms cruising with our shiny new bugaboos and the “it” diaper bag so conveniently attached. Oh, those were days. Well, Skip Hop hasn’t stopped cranking out the cool gear. Just take a look at their ABC Kid Expo booth…
Slippery surfaces, hot temperatures, and cabinet doors are some of the concerns parents have regarding bathroom safety. In recognition of Baby Safety Month we’ve gathered some of our favorite bathroom helpers. These products in conjunction with full adult supervision will help protect your family during bath time and beyond! 1. The Big Gripper Slip Proof Bath Mat measures 39½”L x 16″W, covering almost
When it came time for my little guy to be a big boy in the bathroom he needed a step up. I initially purchased a couple cute plastic steps that I scooped up on the way home from the Container Store. Needless to say, total child safety hazard. Every time my then 2 year old stepped up to reach the
My little guy loves propping himself up on the bathroom step stool to hang his chin over the sink and brush his teeth. I’ve perused the aisles of Michaels and have considered making a stool to compliment the..
Bathroom decor is sure fun again. I’ve been around a lot of really fabulous children’s bathrooms recently. I was able to view the latest San Francisco Designer Showcase House which features a Coco Channel inspired Girls Bathroom by designer Nancy Van Natta that is to die. I mean Coco did say, “A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.”