Posts Tagged: things we like

Duck Donuts!

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“I spy with my little eye…a duck!” Kids of all ages will enjoy going to Duck Donuts in Mason, located near Whole Foods, and personalizing a deliciously warm donut with their favorite toppings. Upon entering the store, you are greeted with a family-friendly environment with fun rubber duckies and a step to view your donuts… Read more »

Medela Makes Breastfeeding Easy

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Medela, maker of breast pumps, breast milk feeding products and more, recently introduced a new skill for Amazon Alexa. Now, breastfeeding moms can simply enable the skill and then ask Alexa for help with common questions about breastfeeding, storing breast milk, breast pumping and more. Answers have been developed by board-certified lactation consultants. Don’t have… Read more »

Baby Feeding Products by BBLuv

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I once had utopian dreams of what I would feed my future children. I recall a pretty lengthy list of foods I would never, ever feed my kids, too. There were also the parenting and feeding experts* who regularly chimed in to say what age babies should be fed solids and purees, and which foods… Read more »

Real MVP Kids Book Series

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My family loves books. We just can’t get enough. My favorite kinds of books are books that teach life lessons and social emotional strategies in the story. Why are social emotional strategies important to me? Research shows that only about 20% of job success is related to intellectual intelligence and approximately 80% of success is… Read more »

Letterheads: An Eccentric Alphabet

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So here’s a super cool way to help your little ones learn the alphabet (and give you some unique art to admire at the same time)!  Letterheads: An Eccentric Alphabet is a new graphic design book by Stefan G. Bucher that all ages will appreciate.  Bucher used a 3D technology that creates molded and carved… Read more »

B-Free Travel System

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The B-Free Travel System ($599.99) is the newest set from Britax and comes with an infant carrier, base and stroller.  The infant carrier has an anti-rebound bar for better stability in the event of an impact. The stroller folds easily with one hand and features an adjustable handle.  You’ll love the extra pockets for hanging… Read more »

Why is SNOW so White?

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There’s a new children’s book series in town that features young bears Mishka and Sofulya and their family.  Created by SoMi Projects, the first book in the series, Why is Snow so White? is a blending of rhymes with a science-based exploration of nature’s winter wonders.  The book is full of wonderfully soft, wintry images… Read more »

100 Things to See in the Night Sky

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Cincinnati Observatory astronomer Dean Regas shares the universe in his new book, 100 Things to See in the Night Sky, a beginner’s guide to star-gazing.  Readers will learn how to observe the Sun safely, the phases of the moon, and how to spot planets with the naked eye as well as telescopes.  Then visit the… Read more »

Things We Like: Toy Edition

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The holidays are upon us, and that means coming up with awesome gifts to make little ones smile all season long.  Check out our Annual Holiday Toy Guide for toys that spark imaginative play, and find more ideas below.    Mirari® Shelby Ages 9M+ Playmonster.com $19.99 Drop the balls into an adorable snail’s shell and… Read more »

The Boodle Box!

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I have three wonderful sons in my life. They are energetic, loud, and loads of fun! However, when I get a chance to spend time with my 9-year-old niece, I enjoy and savor the “girl” time. I also have a blast any time I am able to do some shopping for glitzy, glamorous items! I… Read more »

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