Have you ever wondered where people get those family stickers you see on the back of cars. Check out this great site. It has a ton of options to build your own family. And the best thing is the kids don’t talk back!
By M Martin
If I ask you to close your eyes and visualize a stroller, what image immediately pops into your mind? Is it a dainty pink and white baby doll carriage pushed by a little girl in the park (a pram/carriage stroller)? Is it a sleek, aerodynamic masterpiece of a stroller pushed by a dad during his morning run (a jogging stroller)? Or is it an empty, stroller being pushed effortlessly down the aisles of the grocery store by its intended occupant, who prefers driving over riding (a lightweight stroller)?
The Dunston Baby Language system “Teaches” you the language of your baby. Almost a decade of international research has found all newborn babies use 5 sounds to express their basic needs. Parents around the world are discovering the miracles of the Dunstan System; babies are more content, cry less and settle more easily. Your newborn has a lot to say and now you can learn their language.
Who would have thought ugly would be so cool? UglyDolls are sure to be one of the hottest toys for kids this Christmas. These gnarly little beasts will find a way into your kids hearts and maybe even yours. The dolls are made from super soft material, and liked to be used as a pillow. Check them out!
Looking for a hot gift for a young kids this Christmas? How about a pet that you never have to feed, clean up after or even walk? It sounds too good to be true until you check out the Perfect Petzzz’s family of toy animals.
These pets are so life like, you can actually see them breathe! Kids will be amazed – or fooled! – by these cute little creatures and no vet bills! Perfect Petzzz are sure to be one of the hottest gifts for young kids this year.
I love products that have the ability to change the way you live. Just as TiVo changed the way we watched television, the Apple TV has all but eliminated our DVD player. No more changing DVD’s or scratched discs, you just turn on the Apple TV, browse the menu for the movie you want to watch and press play. You and, most importantly, your kids will no longer have to wait for those annoying trailers that agonizingly prolong the start. Instant gratification.
Have you ever wondered how many people that were born around your time, share your name? Did you know that in the 1900s, Alice was not just a name for girls? Check out the Baby Name Voyager on iVillage. A very slick, interactive baby name viewer that tracks the names of babies born in the United States, as reported by the Social Security Administration (SSA).
Starfall.com is a fantastic (and free!) website designed to help children learn to read. It’s primarily for first graders but I’ve found the site is appropriate and interesting for toddlers to children in third grade. Starfall.com is easy to navigate, even for children. It includes stories, games, songs, activities and movies all designed to teach children the essential skills necessary for reading. The four sections (ABC’s, Learn to Read, It’s Fun to Read, and I’m Reading) increase in difficulty beginning with letter names and sounds, then how to blend sounds and decode words and eventually on to fun stories at independent reading levels.
There are literally hundreds of different car seats sold in the US market today. Even though all the eats sold in the US meet the safety requirement in a crash test, it is still a good idea to buy a car seat with a better set of safety features.
We will help you go through 5 of the infant seat features that are important to your baby’s safety.
1. 5-Point Harness
There are two kinds of infant seats in the market: 3-point harness and 5-point harness. The 5-point harness usually straps the baby in better, and provide better protection against ejection when used properly.
Here’s an item we could not live without: The Snug Tuck Pillow. We first discovered it when we were searching for bed rail options when it was time to transition our oldest from the crib. He was a roller and loved sleeping snuggled up against the bumper of his crib. We were worried he would either roll himself out of bed or wake himself up when he rolled into the hard bed railings.