Happy Weekend: Estella’s Weekly Roundup

October 04, 2013

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Have a great one! A few links we enjoyed reading this week…

Some great ideas for baby Halloween costumes.

10 new picture books to check out.

7 farms to go pumpkin picking near NYC.

Did you see out Bumblebean’s buzz this week? What a fun list of Halloween finds!

12 toddler-approved fall crafts and activities.

10 birthday party craft ideas that can double as party favors (also: D.I.Y Party Hats).

How beautiful are these illustrations by Maja Lindberg?

An Ikea hack for kids!

Fine Little Day just launched its own children’s collection!

P.S. In case you missed our post this morning, Dagmar Daley is currently 10% off!






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