Mom and Dad -- you have got to keep your baby or toddler's feet and toes warn this holiday season. Aren't these children's slippers just too adorable? Can you see your toddler running around the house wearing the bee slippers from Gap? Or your little boy zooming around wearing the Racecar slippers? (And that zebra slipper from Endless is just too creepy and funny.)
Keep your little one warn this winter season with these adorable onesies. I especially love the Penguin Hooded One-Piece from Gymboree, but then again, if you read this blog regularly, you know that I have a fondness of animal-themed outfits and baby products.
Since I'm a huge color fan, I also think the Polo Ralph Lauren Kids Onesies are adorable, too. You can even get pajamas to fit your baby's outfit. Too fun!
The Halo Sleep Sack Wearable Blanket has been getting a ton of great press and national coverage. I love the idea of the Sleep Sack and the possibility of it reducing, possibly even preventing SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). If you've ever known a family who lost a baby to SIDS, you know how important it is to try to reduce your baby's risk of SIDS as much as possible.
That being said, I have to wonder . . . how useful is the HALO Sleep Sack? It's a great idea, but is it useful? Or is it even convenient? Would you make time to wrap your baby up, or just dress him up in a warm onesie and send him off to bed?
I am all for toy storage, but toy storage that costs $500? You must be joking! Unless you're incredibly lucky and loaded, what family can afford storage that costs half a thousand bucks?
I have to admit, I love looking at Petit Tresor's Oeuf Classic Toy Store Storage. It's definitely cute and stylish. Not to mention useful. You could probably keep toys, books, even shoes in it. But it's way too expensive for my budget. But it's definitely cute.
If you had a DIY person in the house - your significant other, perhaps - I bet you could easily recreate the same look. It would take a lot of work and ingenuity but it's possible.
I absolutely adore rubber duckies. But today's rubber duckies aren't just plain yellow. NO - you can add a ton of color and style into your daughter or son's tub and make bath time an adventure. Check out the modern rubber ducky - full of bright, happy colors and patterns. Not too expensive either. Lots of fun.
No matter how old your child is, he or she will have plenty of fun splashing around with these contemporary rubber duckies. Available from Smallflower (the top two) or Barneys New York.