Happy Weekend: Estella’s Weekly Roundup

Happy Weekend: Estella’s Weekly Roundup

August 16, 2013

It’s hard to believe that we’ve reached the half-way point in August and some of our kids are heading back to school already. We hope you enjoy every minute of this late-summer weekend, and we’ll see you on Monday! In the meantime…

Tips for Getting Around the City with Baby.

An interview with Aden + Anais founder Moya Jones on her line of swaddle blankets.

A cool collaboration between Pendleton Woolen Mills and Bugaboo.

10 Last Minute Summer Activities for Kids.

Pretty neat chalkboard lunch boxes.

Dine outdoors this weekend! 5 Kid-Friendly Restaurants with Outdoor Seating in Manhattan.

Have you heard of Snuggly Ugly dolls? They’re made in Brooklyn and the perfect addition to any little one’s room!

Made us laugh.

Congrats to Kelli on her site re-design!

P.S. Lots of new arrivals this week!






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