Kids love to explore their growing imaginations by playing pretend with hats, capes, dresses, shoes, and other dress-up clothes. And we love to dress up our babies like furry little critters! Today we are expanding our own creativity by showing you how to design play pretend dress-up stations in your big kid’s room or playroom. […]
I think we’ve all embraced the fact that fall is officially upon us, so what’s next on the agenda? Halloween, of course! And first-time parents, I’m going to let you in on a little secret—there are two totally amazing things about baby’s first Halloween. […]
It’s that time of year! At every play date, gym or music class I’ve attended this week, the question was asked: “What are your kids going to be for Halloween?” With the costume catalogs rolling in pottery barn kids tops our list. I’ve had both a puppy dog and a hamburger in previous years. Not only did my son (well, me really) receive great compliments, but the “In and Out” hamburger year had us chuckling all night long. Even my vegan neighbors appreciated the 34 inch tall hamburger waddling down the sidewalk.
In honor of Earth Day, we thought we would end this week of our eco-friendly focus with a Pow! Whop! Kabaam! The imagination is a beautiful thing. To see your child grow and play pretend is heartwarming. And when they insist on wearing last Halloween’s Disney princess or pirate costume to school, it can be challenging. Mom, Jossamber Shapiro became