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Estella’s Newborn Baby Bunting Gift Set

November 17, 2008 1 min read

Wrap your bundle of joy in Estella‘s amazingly soft fleece newborn bunting. This beautiful and practical baby gift set includes a pair of baby booties, connecting mittens, a tie hat and a wrap tie bunting that will be used over and over, wash after wash. Designed and made locally in New York City, this luxuriousContinue reading →
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Surviving Your Child’s Diagnosis: “Peanut Allergy”

November 14, 2008 2 min read

If you’re anything like me, this picture instantly strikes fear in your heart and gets your adrenaline rushing.  An estimated 3.1 million children in the US have food allergies, and my daughter happens to be one of them. She is highly allergic to peanuts and is likely to have an anaphylactic reaction if she ingestsContinue reading →
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Cool Kids Gear; Like-a-bike’s “Mountain” Pedal-less Bike

November 14, 2008 1 min read

Forget about training wheels. LIKEaBIKE’s entire line of pedal-less kids bikes are reinventing the way we look at training for the real deal. Clean lines and it’s non-traditional birch frame make LIKEaBIKE’s Mountain the most popular model yet and is sure to capture everyone’s attention at the park. We at Estella love the bike notContinue reading →
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Crochet Baby Rattles and Kids’ Toys…a Sneak Peak

November 13, 2008 2 min read

I really love crochet toys that are made by hand.  I’m not picky, I like all the different variations–the baby rattles, the kids’ toys, the finger puppets.  It’s the fact that they they are hand-made that gets me.  It gives these toys more character and a story.  Plus, the fact that they are not mass-produced gives their creators theContinue reading →
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Kids’ Fashion to Lift the Spirit but Not Break the Bank

November 13, 2008 2 min read

There’s a strange feeling here in NYC these days. It’s one of intense optimism and joy over the elections last week mixed with a more somber mood given what’s happening in the world and with our own economy. I’ve felt this everywhere I go: at my kids’ schools, amongst friends, and even from our EuropeanContinue reading →
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Guide to Buying Baby Shoes and Toddler Shoes

November 13, 2008 4 min read

I’ve been busy online these days, reading away and amazed at all the valuable information that’s out there. I recently came across a particularly good article on the correct way to shop for baby shoes and toddler shoes, an issue that is near and dear to my heart since I have gotten incorrect advice fromContinue reading →
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Cool Mom Gifts; Issey Miyake’s Pleats Please Frill Scarf

November 10, 2008 1 min read

Issey Miyake’s Pleats Please Frill Scarf is part Marie Antoinette, part deconstructionist chic. Large enough to use as a shawl, you’ll find hundreds of ways to wear it from day to night. The Frill scarf, like most of the Pleats Please collection, is hand-washable (air dry) and, with proper care, will retain those precious pleatsContinue reading →
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Unique Baby Gifts; Estella’s Cashmere Crotchet Flower Blanket

November 10, 2008 1 min read

Estella’s Cashmere Crotchet Flower Blanket is truly a piece of art rather than just another baby blanket. In conjunction with Citta, Estella has created a collection of unique hand-knit baby blankets and baby hats. The artisans behind the one-of-a-kind items are women living in the poverty stricken rural regions of Gorkha, Nepal who, most ofContinue reading →
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Cool Kids Clothes; Le Big’s Color Block Leggings

November 07, 2008 1 min read

We can think of a million ways to wear these awesome Color Block Leggings by Le Big including, but definitely not limited to, layering under a chic dress, with a cool printed tee or maybe even under a big pettiskirt! This winter, it’s all about layering which is why you’ll find these cotton leggings indispensable.Continue reading →
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Eco-friendly Kids Toys; Imagiplay’s Alphabet Animal Puzzle

November 05, 2008 1 min read

Killing two birds with one stone has never been easier. They will love putting together Imagiplay’s Alphabet Animal Puzzle which fosters the development of motor skills while learning the names of animals and their corresponding letters. When not in use, the bright puzzle can be beautifully displayed in the home – hand-craftsmanship and hand painted pieces make this amazing puzzle heirloom quality. YouContinue reading →
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Designer Baby Shoes; Siaomimi’s Victorian Baby Booties

November 03, 2008 1 min read

Siaomimi is the brainchild behind designer Hilda Yim, who’s worked as a designer behind lines such as Anna Sui and DKNY before setting off on her own. Siaomimi, named after a nickname for her daughter, is a line that is chic and whimsical. The Victorian Baby Boots by Siaomimi are the “it” shoe this fall/winterContinue reading →
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Unique Kids Clothes; Double-Sided Plaid Jeans by Ra-re

October 31, 2008 1 min read

Rare The Kid is one of our favorite European Kids Clothes design houses in Italy because of their innate ability to take looks off their runway and translate them into totally wearable pieces. The offspring of the sensational Nolita Pocket for girls, Rare The Kid has been making headlines in European Kids fashion press everContinue reading →
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