Oh the absolute sweetness that spills from this store. The essential tops are reasonably priced, some of the other items a bit expensive but all so exquisite. Just browsing through the pictures is fantastically fun.
Sometimes I just want to dress my boys in something other than the "norm". I will admit that because they are little guys I usually put them in a tee shirt and shorts. That's the way they like it, so I comply. But every once in a while I like to switch it up a bit and try something new. Ambajam offers that something new.
Full of bright colors, fun animals and plush materials; your little guy or gal will stand out from the crowd. Comfy cords. Scrumptiously soft jackets. One of a kind blankets and quilts. I can't help but be attracted to the eye popping color. It is completely fun and completely cheery! The clothing is soft and did great when I ran it through the wash. The only thing I would change is that I would add backing to the applique to insure it is super soft. But other than that I absolutely love the concept. I also love their "story", ahem, I mean "bedtime story". Check it out!
Hello readers! Remember this fabulous company? Lark and Loon is back and going to be at my house next week! Well, not technically but I will be hosting a trunk show on Wednesday, October 1 @ 7:30pm. If any of you readers are in the Dallas area and interested in attending please shoot me an email and I can kindly give you directions to my humble abode. You will get to check out first hand how incredibly fabulous the clothes are. The art work is so completely fun and whimsical and I can't wait to share it with you. If you unfortunately do not reside near me you can still check out Lark and Loon's online shop and if you decide to purchase a goody just add my name [Molly] in the comment box. Pretty simple! Happy shopping and hope to see you here!
Kistner Supply was created after finding her great grandmother's 19th century baby book filled with memories. Having only one goal in mind, to recreate the beautiful book, Kistner Supply Publishing Co was born and the Mother Stork's Baby Book 100th edition was launched in 2005. Now known as Kisnter Supply, Elizabeth has expanded from just the beloved baby book. You can find wonderfully cozy cashmere baby blankets and chime balls, all of which have a sweet + simple design that any mother will fall in love with. She has also taken the Mother Stork idea to a new level and created beautiful artwork that can be displayed on the wall of a nursery. I for one, definitely have my eye on the sweet baby book for when we decide on trying for number three. Too beautiful to pass up!!
I posted about it here and am excited to say one is up for grabs today! I absolutely adore my Little Roo cover. It is easy peezy to use and dresses up my too drab baby carrier. Not only do the covers add style + function but the company has also gone green. They use vintage/recycled chenille on all the products. So now you can feel like you are doing just a bit more to help out our planet. The fabrics come in your choice of "girl", "boy", or "unisex" so there is something for everyone! What pattern would you choose?
Win It! *want to take home a my little roo cover? *leave one comment with your name and email [that is how you will be contacted] *answer the above question *will ship INTERNATIONALLY! *contest expires Monday, September 22 at midnight (cst) *one random winner will be announced Tuesday, September 23 *the winner will be contacted by email
Extra cool: Right now all covers are $10 off and if you enter CMP at check out you will receive free shipping and handling! How fantastic!!
My mind is already swimming with ideas for my boys Halloween costumes. I am pretty sure my three year will make it known what he wants to be. But my little guy, who is only 20 months, is at the mercy of his mama. I am almost 100% sure that Benny will be a little super hero. He has an adorable junk food superman tee that I think would look fabulous paired with this custom cape. I can see the boys playing around with the cape long after Halloween has come and gone.
One of my most favorite must haves when I have a little one at home is a great carrier and sling. My favorite carrier of choice is none other than the baby Bjorn. Although it lacked style, it was simple to use and provided the support I needed when hauling around a little buddha baby. At times I was tempted to try something new but for some reason always stayed true to the Bjorn. Perhaps that is why I was beyond thrilled when I discovered the darling little company, My Little Roo.
My Little Roo is the brain child of mom-prenuer Kelsey Clark. After her first son Aidan was born in 2001, she quickly realized that although the Bjorn was basicly fantastic all around, it did lack style and function. My Little Roo offers "fashionable, designer slipcovers" that are easy to use and easy on your wallet. They come in darling vintage fabrics and add that much needed personality to your front carrier.
Hop on over and check it out...isn't it about time to dress up your carrier?
If I had a little girl, I would definitely clip one of these spunky little clips in her hair. Not only are they super cute but they stay put and are comfortable. Yes, I'll admit, I tried one on and secretly wear it around the house to pull my bangs back. There I said it. But I can't help it, they add a nice touch of bling.
Hip Clipz is a fun way to add a bit of style to any little girl. There are three styles....
After Christine Fox gave birth to her second child in 2002, a little girl, her inner craft goddess emerged in full force and Hip Clipz was born. Each clip is handcrafted in the USA, made with 100% USA materials. Not only are the clips affordable and pretty darn cute but Christine also donates 10% of all proceeds. So what are you waiting for...pop on over for a look!
Would you prefer one scoop or two? Maybe a candy necklace or a side of carrots and peas? You really can't go wrong with any of the bink links. So much cooler than the pacifier clips you can pick up at the drugstore.