The new colors come as a 14-piece set, a 24-piece set, 42-piece set as well as Original and Prism Pocket Pouches (which are your on-the-go options.
Boon has recently added some useful and stylish products to their lineup. Every baby should come with a grooming kit, but since they don’t, Boon’s Care Health and Grooming Kit is full of all the goodies you’ll need and more. For $30, the kit includes a thermometer, silicone toothbrush, nail clippers, nasal aspirator, medicine spoon and cradle cap brush. You’ll be prepared for almost everything.
The Spiff Toddler Grooming Kit uses Boon’s ever popular grassy drying rack design to store a little brush, comb, and mirror. $20
I’m always on the lookout for great nightlights and the Gleam is both a projecting nightlight and a flashlight. The light cycles through a spectrum of colors and the flashlight turns on automatically when it’s removed from the base.
Add these to your registry today or just order them up for yourself!
For baby’s first Easter basket and maybe, if you’re lucky, for their second, the candy won’t be missed. Instead, these treasures will last for many future Easters and all the days in between.
Flora and the Chicks by Molly Idle- $10
Wooden Bunny Ears Teething Toy from Mielasiela- $23
Lolli Silicone Pacifier Clip– $15
Riviera Bike Basket– $98
Silky Soft Swaddles 3-pack in Indigo Shibori- $45
For even more Easter basket ideas, see what we came up with in previous years.
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If you’re looking for something really different and unique (and understand that the price will reflect that), the nursery pieces from Bunny & Clyde may be what you’ve been looking for.
Coming to you from Ireland, these handcrafted pieces are made of solid wood. Using natural materials, each piece is unique, non-toxic and FSC certified.
The incredible Harrison Nursery Set is unlike anything you’ve seen before. With a mid-century modern inspiration, you can choose the European Ash version or the duotone Ash/Walnut combination shown below. I’m crazy about the rounded opening of the sides and the amazing v-shaped legs.
The Coco Nursery Set features beautiful European Ash with a painted base and box to contrast with the natural grain of the wood. The geometric detailing on the sides really makes the Coco Crib something very special. You can order the cribs (cot) and dressers (station) separately.
The Rosaline Rocking Chair is designed to work beautifully with either nursery collection. You can select from ten different fabric options.
For shipping to the US on these nursery pieces, you do need to contact the company ahead of time and get the cost.
Saving precious baby mementos can be clutter-free and organized with the Baby Keepsake Box from Savor.
This is the best solution out there to store things like first shoes, locks of hair, baby spoon, little lovies etc…
These will look beautiful on a shelf and are worthy of the precious treasures you’ll keep inside.
I may need to upgrade from the cardboard file boxes I use now! Retails for $80.
The best toys are the simplest and Moon Picnic’s Make a Face is a pegboard puzzle that will really play with your emotions… I mean… that will let you play with emotions.
Face pieces can be flipped around and arranged to create many different expressions.
The pieces are made of solid beech and are painted with non-toxic paint.
Make A Face will be at home in the best toy and puzzle collections. It’s going on my wishlist!
We’ve done tooth fairy roundups in the past, but what do you do after the tooth fairy arrives? I never know what to do with the tiny teeth. Some are in ziploc bags in my vanity drawer. Others are stashed elsewhere, I can’t even remember. I wish I had The Tooth-Keeper on hand when my boys first started losing their baby teeth so I could have kept them in order.
The Tooth Keeper comes in boy and girl versions. To find a good deal, just search for “tooth box organizer” on ebay.
February is commonly known as Black History Month, so it’s a great reminder to add some of these great stories to your child’s library.
Underground: Finding the Light to Freedom by Shane W. Evans- $15
Rosa’s Bus: The Ride to Civil Rights by Jo S. Kittinger and Steven Walker- $17
Marvelous Cornelius: Hurricane Katrina and the Spirit of New Orleans by Phil Bildner and John Parra- $15
Words Set Me Free: The Story of Young Frederick Douglass by Lesa Cline-Ransome and James E. Ransome- $15
The Story of Ruby Bridges by Robert Coles and George Ford- $6
Heart and Soul: The Story of America and African Americans by Kadir Nelson- $14
Brick by Brick by Charles R., Jr. Smith and Floyd Cooper- $18
Seeds of Freedom: The Peaceful Integration of Huntsville, Alabama by Hester Bass and E.B. Lewis- $17
Lillian’s Right to Vote: A Celebration of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 by Jonah Winter and Shane W. Evans- $18The Youngest Marcher: The Story of Audrey Faye Hendricks, a Young Civil Rights Activist by Cynthia Levinson and Vanessa Brantley Newton- $18
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I still love the Little People of my childhood and I feel that Manhattan Toy’s MiO Collection is the wooden, modern version. The collection has an adorable car and a bus and there’s a trailer that can be used with either one.
The flagship of the collection is the modern, modular dollhouse that is made up of sleeping, eating and working areas and comes with two people.
You can buy different modules separately like this sleeping set,
or the eating set.
Accessory block sets like the woodland with fox and skunk continue to expand creativity in play,
and you’d be amazed at the way you can use the camping set (think adding it to the trailer!).
I’d love to collect them all and can’t wait to see what new pieces are added in the future. So much fun!
I adore the Little People, Big Dreams series of books. It’s a beautifully illustrated set of biographies for youngsters with stories to inspire and heroes to admire.
The next title coming down the line is Rosa Parks, so look for that one as well.