With Earth Day quickly approaching (April 22nd) it’s about time for some Earth Day must haves. Let’s kick off with EarthBalls from Orbis. Widely displayed in museums, libraries, schools, and at events, EarthBalls are inflated globes that display the Earth, as seen from space. The accurate depiction is taken from
It is so important to keep learning/studying a fluid part of our kids’ lives. They must be constantly stimulated, not just at school, but also at home. I’m sure you are all familiar with the big workbooks that are crucial to practicing everything from ABC’s to algebra. My daughter tears
I think I might like playing with this toy just as much as my kids do. In part because it is made of wood, not plastic, but mostly because of the incredible and adorable detail used in its design. The passengers are a cute little hippy family dressed in flip
I really wish I had recorded my youngest daughter’s reaction when she was first introduced to her GloMate Plus nightlight. Squeals, screams of joy, borderline maniacal giggles, jumping and dancing around… needless to say, she loves it! Both of my daughters, Vivian and Ivy, were thrilled by the rainbow colors
Valentine’s Day sneak up on you this year? It’s not too late to send a note to your valentine! Be an eco-friendly romantic and win big with the green gal/guy in your life with Paperless Post. They have a great selection of sweet ecards that are contemporary, not cheesy.
I remember carrying my Strawberry Shortcake lunchbox to school everyday. There’s something about a lunchbox that is very important to a child. They have to be easy to carry, something your friends would be envious of and be able to fit all the goodies your parents packed for you. The
Do you have one of those nasty yellow and green sponges in your kitchen to wash dishes with? If you do, do you notice how sometimes after just a couple of cleanings they get the most disgusting odor to them that seems to stick to your hands for hours? Well
Bear Feet makes great flexible shoes that take the shape of your child’s foot. This is key during the formative years, as hard shoes can constrict the toes, inhibiting the natural foot development. Not only do the shoes create a safe environment for growing tootsies, but they are also mega