Class is always in session for budding bookworms, so load up your little one’s library with fun and enlightening reads that you’ll both enjoy. It’s time to hit the books!
TO THE LETTER Grab your lasso! This wild-West-inspired primer teaches tots their ABCs with a bit of American history and a lot of fun. Yeehaw! V is for Vittles: A Wild West Primer, by Greg Paprocki, $10 YOU NAME IT Inside … Continue reading →
Whether your wee one is headed to daycare or you're trying to keep track of those homemade purees, get a handle on whose is whose and what is what with a label that lasts.
For expressed milk and homemade purees Reusable dry erase stickers are best for items with an expiration date. Mabel’s Labels, $21 for 27 For daycare goers Stretch-to-fit bands spell out which beverage belongs to baby. Inchbug, $13 for four For … Continue reading →
We might not be heading back to school, but that doesn’t mean we can’t stock up on a few fall favorites.
Check out this pouch: It’s perfect for corralling odds and ends in my bag. —Shea, Fashion & Style Editor Out of Print library card pouch, $12 No matter how old she gets, a girl never outgrows her love of crayons. … Continue reading →
Nursing might seem like a one-woman show at times, but a few handy aids can make it more of a collaborative effort.
1. Lactating will leave you thirsty, so have a high-capacity water bottle on hand. bkr 1-liter bottle, $45 2. Earphones for mom, a sensor for baby and a smartphone are all you need to get real-time reports on your munchkin’s milk … Continue reading →
From sea to shining sea, the U.S. is dotted with talented makers and their noteworthy creations.
THE WEST Table scraps Tucked away in southern Oregon is the home base of Alexandra Rose Handmade, a line of adorable burp cloths, tiny dresses, crib sheets and more. With playful patterns and impeccable quality, these comfortable pieces are easy … Continue reading →
This darling tale is like the epilogue to the nursery rhyme—you find out what happens after the bough breaks (and thankfully, it’s a happy ending). —Ciera, Editorial Intern Nancy Paulsen Books storybook, $17 Babies in pajamas are quite possibly my … Continue reading →
Snuff out foul odors with an airtight pail. Playtex diaper pail, $37 Just fold, roll and clip to ditch dirty duds. Bambino Mio wet bag, $15 Hang a playful distraction over the changing table. Lavender Kay Design geometric mobile, $45 … Continue reading →
Roll with an entourage of portable essentials to set yourself up for a successful excursion.
Umbrella strollers First-class: Reclines for naptime and includes a convenient carry strap. UPPAbaby G-Luxe, $260 Economy: Boasts a lightweight aluminum frame (12 pounds!) and a fast fold. Summer Infant 3D lite, $80 Diaper clutches First-class: Sport this changing pad as a clutch, wristlet … Continue reading →
From baby showers to first birthdays, there are plenty of excuses to plan a festive party.
I use baker’s twine for everything from wrapping sweet treats to attaching gift tags. —Lacey, Editor in Chief The Twinery gold shimmer twine, $15 This letterpressed banner comes in a boy version, too. —Ciera, Editorial Intern Thimblepress banner kit, $24 … Continue reading →
A monthly photo shoot is the perfect way to document baby's first-year growth, and the outtakes will continue cracking you up until the end of time.
Store your monthly memories in a petite brag book. Pinhole Press brag book, $25 Keep the focus on baby by setting up a simple background—removable wallpaper makes it easy! A basic bodysuit paired with a ready-made sticker pays tribute to the … Continue reading →