Forget the cloth diapers meticulously arranged in the shape of a three-tier cake and get your sister or girlfriend something she’ll really want to use. Like the book, Why Babies Do That: Baffling Baby Behavior Explained by Jennifer Margulis.
Sure the race cars, planes, and firetrucks are fun and all, but how cool would you be if you brought homea few monsters for your kid’s wall instead? Very cool, we think.
Some people you just want to hate. For example, a former model-turned-mom who still looks like a model. But when you get to know her a bit and find out she’s also nice and cool and smart and has a great kid, AND designs unbelievably awesome childrens clothes, well dammit, you just can’t be a hatah.
So you’ve seen the thousands of slings out there and basically, they’re pretty much the same. Great in function but style? Not so much. Well, get ready to get lucky. Lucky-baby, that is.
While we love the monogrammed and personalized everything for kids these days, we’re always on the prowl for something that says "my mom thinks out of the box." We may have stumbled upon just that over at Sugar Roux.
Bibs are a funny thing. You swear you never want to use them, but after a few soaking wet shirts (thanks to the drool…
Ever struggle over what to get your husband for Father’s Day because he just won’t tell you? Fear not, adventurers: If your baby’s daddy was a child of the 80′s, he’ll love receiving a video game from his misspent youth, one at which he can actually beat the kids of today.
Father’s Day is upon us, and why punish Dad with another bottle of Brut (by Faberge) when you can blow his mind with the Sonos digital music system
It’s always a challenge to find the right stationery for the wonderful (yet daunting) post-shower or birthday party thank-you list.
For the style-conscious SAHD, your options are pretty slim if you want to avoid lugging your wife’s floral diaper tote around town. I couldn’t ever get stuff in and out of my messenger diaper bag, and last summer’s big vacation proved the rule that whatever you’re trying to find in your backpack—diaper, bib, camera, guidebook—will invariably be at the very bottom.
Since summer has quickly reared its hot and humid head here in the Northeast, I thought I’d start preparing for the season. Like most men, this entails digging out those flip flops from storage, loading up on some steaks, firing up the BBQ grill and enjoying some cool alcoholic beverages with friends.