This ocean and seashore print would be such a fun addition to a nursery or play room. Illustrated by water color artist, David Scheirer, this ocean themed print shares the beauty of ocean life with the letters of the alphabet. A piece that will be sure to last for years to come.
Get out and enjoy the day with your little one in tow on the Taga child carrier bike and luxury baby stroller in one. Choose between a leisurely bike ride or a mellow walk around town. Easily converts to a stroller or a child bike carrier within just a few seconds. Additional add-ons include a sun canopy, rain cover, car seat adapter and shopping basket. Continue reading
The Mooba app is an illustrated interactive children’s book. Designed for babies 8 months to 3 years old, this beautifully illustrated app will sure to entertain your little one. Illustrated by Danish artist Pia Olson, this easy to learn app will delight your little one with interactive watercolor animals that make realistic animal sounds. Continue reading
For years I have struggled between lugging my SLR along or throwing the compact digital camera into my purse as we run out the door to this and that family activity. More times than not, I would choose the compact route for the convenience. At last Nikon has created a compact digital camera with the advanced options of an SLR. Choose from a variety of lenses suit your creative needs. Both the Nikon V1 & J1 digital cameras come with high definition video. Continue reading
After a long hiatus, we’re back in the groove and ready to start sharing some great gift ideas for babies, kids and parents for the holiday season. The first thing that caught our eye this season is by one of our favorite toy companies, Green Toys. This planting kit is great introduction to gardening for budding little green thumbs. Continue reading
The 4 year old me is having a hissy fit right about now because I never had the opportunity to play with one of these spectacular wooden Stackhouses by Toideloi. Whether building a dollhouse, castle or a skyscraper, your child’s imagination will run wild as they stack and unstack levels to create a structure of their own. Continue reading