In 2011 when I searched “groundhog” on etsy, there were only 102 results and nothing worth sharing. This week, 5 years later, there is more of a selection. With 1,117 results, I found a few cute items for the groundhog fans today.
Large Happy Groundhog Plush from who else but The Happy Groundhog. $45
Wooden Prairie Dog from Imagination Kids, which with just a drop of imagination is totally a groundhog. $12
Groundhog Pillow Cover from River Oak Studio, also comes in other colors. $36+
And outside etsy, here’s a great story for today… Groundhog’s Day Off by Robb Pearlman- $17
You can also get the Kindle Edition right now to read today!
So what was the verdict this morning? Well, Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow! So looks like an early spring!
It’s 83 degrees down here in Florida today, so we really don’t care as much But when the kids go to bed tonight, we’ll probably put on one of our favorite movies… Groundhog Day!
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Wishing you all the best in 2015!
I’m already prepping for Thanksgiving (because we’re having a party of 20-ish!) so I know it’s not too early to add some new titles to your holiday library. We’ve got a selection of turkey titles to get the little ones in the Thanksgiving spirit (or make them vegetarians– I’m not sure).
A Plump And Perky Turkey by Teresa Bateman
Thanksgiving Rules by Laurie Friedman
Cranberry Thanksgiving (Cranberryport) by Wende Devlin
Setting the Turkeys Free by W. Nikola-Lisa
Little Turkey: Finger Puppet Book by ImageBooks Staff (teehee)
Turkey Trouble by Wendi Silvano
The Best Thanksgiving Ever! by Teddy Slater
Sometimes It’s Turkey, Sometimes It’s Feathers by Lorna Balian
T is for Turkey: A True Thanksgiving Story by Tanya Lee Stone
Two Bad Pilgrims by Kathryn Lasky
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These holiday stripes remind me of a blanket I got from Gap for my first niece before she was born more than 13 years ago! I loved the bright, bold colors for baby and am so excited they’ve got this colorful pattern out this season! So fun.
While the striped Brannan teddy bear is my favorite (paired with the Holiday stripe blanket), all the simple solid and patterned bears from the Gap this winter make great holiday or shower gifts. Really cute.
These rattle toy cushions are also really sweet as stocking stuffers. $8
Here’s to 238 years of the U.S. of A!
Enjoy this festive day and stay safe!
In our annual effort (see 2012 and 2013) to inspired the most incredible, inedible Easter baskets, we present these five modern collections for your shopping and gift giving pleasure. In case you’ve been able to resist the Easter aisles at Target since February 15th, the time to shop is now!
Playme Magical Beans- $65
Soft Bunny Rabbit Pillow from Mini Boheme- $50
Lilac Pixie Wooden Toy Camera from Twig Creative- $40
Grey-White Stripe Laundry Hamper- $40
Welcome Baby! Baby Keepsake Book- $28
The Black Rabbit by Philippa Leathers- $12
Bunny Chalkboard- $25
Personalized Rabbit Teether from Smiling Tree Toys- $12
Rabbit Thread Drawing Plushie from KLTworks- $24
Heart Print Cotton Floor Bin- $50
Playme Pluck Carrot- $45
Bigjigs Toys BB012 Chunky Puzzle Mom and baby Rabbit- $20
ZoLi Bunny Teether- $11
P’kolino Book Buggee in Orange- $40
Green Rabbit Lovey from Baby Cool Creations- $23
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The Jewish holiday of Purim begins Saturday night. As an Esther, I’ve always been partial to this celebration of Queen Esther’s heroism in saving the Jews of ancient Persia from destruction. It’s a fun holiday with food, drinking, storytelling, noise-making and parading in masks and costumes. The most popular costumes are of the characters in the story– mainly King Ahasuerus, Queen Esther and the villian of the tale, Haman.
I can’t believe I just realized that Oeuf’s collection of dress-up goodies has you covered for all three characters. There’s a crown for Esther, a beard for the king and a mustache for Haman! ($24-$40)