A Playground Safety Checklist for Parents

It’s never been easier for kids to spend an entire Saturday seated. Almost unthinkable a few generations ago, kids today have so many passive entertainment options to where they exercise nothing except their thumbs and eyeballs. Although there’s nothing wrong with TV time or playing video games with friends every so often, kids today are at risk […]

The Art of Babywearing: Online Class Re-cap

Babywearing is a practice that has been around for centuries. Whether it be out of necessity or simply for the beautiful bonding experience, parents around the world continue to enjoy the benefits of babywearing. We recently held a fun and highly informative class on the Art of Babywearing, expertly facilitated by Alyson Daley of Baby […]

Creating the Perfect Eco-Friendly Nursery

Whether it’s your first or your third, there is a universal truth about babies: they come with a lot of ‘stuff’. Cribs, bassinets, blankets, diapers, wipes… the list seems endless when you’re getting ready to welcome a new baby, so adding the consideration of being environmentally friendly in your room design may seem like a […]

Kids and Sports: Bench the Stench

Kids love to run around, play, and get dirty. As a parent, it can be quite the task to get all that laundry done. This becomes even more of a challenge when your child is involved in youth sports, specifically hockey. Your little hockey players can get a jersey dirty pretty quickly if you haven’t already noticed. […]

Boudreaux’s Butt Paste Celebration

Last week, we were lucky enough to celebrate #buttpastebooty with the teams from Boudreaux’s Butt Paste and Momtrends. We began with an intense workout at Exhale Spa at the Gansevoort Hotel. The #booty workout was incredibly challenging but such a great way to start the day. Boudreaux’s Butt Paste is pediatrician recommended and mom-approved.  It […]

Twin Talk: Twin Tip – Chux Liners

Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season and that 2017 is off to a great start! I love writing my Twin Talk posts, and hope that you have enjoyed reading them. My goal has always been to educate, inform and give an honest (and humorous) look into what it is really […]

What To Do With All The Toys?

It’s holiday time again. What am I gonna do with all of the toys? I feel bad, but there is no more room. Oh yes, gifts are great, but then you end up with millions and millions and MILLIONS of them. OK, maybe not millions and millions, but a lot – and they take up […]