My mother-in-law lives just two doors down (it’s a good thing, in case you’re wondering!) and in the summertime, you can often spot at least one of us in her pool at any given hour. I won’t tell you which of us is the pool noodle hoarder (hint), but I will share a few of
Bee’s taken an extreme interest in bike-riding, wearing her helmet for hours while she watches TV or “bakes cookies”, eats dinner or just causes general around-the-house mayhem. It’s a fight to get her to take it off for bed and she asks at least 34 times/day if we’ll take her for a ride. (I have
Bee mostly dresses herself now, but every now and then I’ll find ourselves wearing matching-ish outfits (or doing matching-ish things!). So in the spirit of twins, here are a few mother/kid swimsuit ensembles for the young and the young at heart!:
I’m often asked on Instagram where I shop for Bee, and truth be told, it’s much less under-whelming than you’d imagine. I’m a garage sale devotee in the summer and find myself picking up cute vintage pieces for a quarter here and there, plus Bee’s lucky enough to have a slew of talented artists and
Ken and I had one of those quiet, non-interrupted dinners last week where the conversation kind of swims around from pizza to work to friends to – hey, what are we doing with our lives? It’s a rare occasion these days, because sometimes big ideas come up and my body is just kind of too
My sweet e-friend Elisabeth is the powerhouse creative behind Fine Little Day (remember these Bu! Blankets?) and last week, she launched a new clothing collection. Fun, comfortable and eco-friendly, her designs range for babies and children through age 10 (and a few beyond!). Also? They’re darling.
Have you heard of No Added Sugar? Born through a simple desire to create witty baby tees, founder Deborah Medhurst crafted her line of quality basics for kids after a ten-year career stint managing London clubs and parties, living a colorful and “mainly nocturnal past life.” There were strict door policies and dancing until breakfast
Seeking: an easy way to teach the little ones left from right. Spotted: Chooze Shoes, a 100% vegan shoe that features two different, but oh-so-complementary patterns for those tiny toes. Next lesson? Teaching Junior not to leave his kicks on the staircase. To Buy: $24.99 at Chooze Shoes.