On the Wings of Hope

On the Wings of Hope

In my current postpartum state, I’m as close as you might get to a charity case. But multiply the joy of shrinking yourself back into those skinny jeans times 100, and you’ll get what your donation can do for the amazing Wings of Hope charity. Started in...
When a card is so much more than just a card

When a card is so much more than just a card

The idea of pediatricians formulating baby skin care products–as the MD Moms have done with the much beloved Baby Silk line–is easy to understand. But I love that they’ve outdone themselves this holiday with the brand new and extremely special Oscar...
Let your monsters make your monster pendant

Let your monsters make your monster pendant

We love the Metal for Monsters pieces at Blend Creations so much, we were delighted to hear that they’ve expanded the line: Now you can design your own monsters, or–better yet–let the kids design one for you and Blend will laser-etch their design...
Put your money where your child’s chest is

Put your money where your child’s chest is

If you want to make a statement, and you’re not above using your baby as a billboard (we’re not), try +E (positive energy) Awareness Apparel. These soft, 100% certified organic cotton tees and onesies are designed to deliver the social, environmental or...
Monsters Giving Back

Monsters Giving Back

You rarely need a reason to buy jewelry, but the best one is when it’s supporting a fantastic cause. That’s the case with the  limited edition Metal for Monsters pieces from our friends at Blend Creations.They’ve collaborated with 9 different...
Tees for Trees

Tees for Trees

You might assume that a company called Tees for Change isn’t promoting 35-cent garments, but some kind of social progress. And indeed you’d be right. This company, run by mom Andreea Ayers aiming to get more positive messages out in the world with their...
Computer Games That Care and Cure

Computer Games That Care and Cure

My daughter is already a bit obsessed with computer games and she’s only four. I’m afraid to think about what will happen when she hits the tween years and can do more than just move the mouse around.Thanks to Generation Cures, I’m armed and ready...