Decoylab's work reminds us of illustrations from a favorite childhood book (we're just not sure which one). Perhaps not the best clock for teaching kids how to tell time, we love these nevertheless. And if your kids aren't in need of a clock, they're available simply as prints, too.
We have been waiting for this one! Seriously, ever since we first used our Thirsty Tote, we've told many people that Built NY should expand their baby products line. And now they have. Check out the new diaper bag made of the same lightweight neoprene as the rest of the Built NY products.
To changing table or not to changing table? That is the question. As part of our Scavenger feature, one of the items we see for sale on Craigslist over and over again is changing tables. They have a relatively short shelf-life in the nursery and while they can be repurposed, it seems that most folks opt to give them away or sell them. Instead, many parents look for a more functional furniture piece - at the right height - that can be used for changing diapers in the beginning and also make for useful storage. Here's one great example using the Ikea Gorm system.
We've never been to Biarritz, a French resort town on the Basque coast, but we'll take Kate Spade's word for it that this collection evokes its essence and aesthetic. She also compares the Biarritz collection to a striped boatneck tee - a reference more closely aligned with our own experience and pocketbook.
Thinking about green things, Jill is wondering how cloth diapering would work in an apartment setting. "I really want to try cloth diapering- maybe G diapers, but I'm not sure if I could wash dirty cloth diapers in our building's shared washers...
This product has been showing up on TV and in magazines a lot lately, so we had to check it out. It has a few unique features for a portable changing pad. The stylish cover conceals a high density memory foam pillow that contours to the shape of baby's body, and it rolls up like a small yoga mat for portability.
We’re knee-deep in potty training around here. Er, that didn't quite come out right, but moving right along...
Part of our strategy involves having potties located conveniently throughout the house. So we got to thinking, if potty chairs are going to loom large on our visual horizon, wouldn’t it be great if they looked kind of cool? You know, to distract us from what goes inside them. We've rounded up our favorites below the jump.