Things just keep getting better, don't they? The new Wave Rocker by Babyhome is a new, well-designed, compact folding rocking babyseat.
Your aesthetics won't be compromised (ha!) and baby will be cozy.
When your kids are little you dream up all kinds of cute parties. And then the little buggers will start asking for a ... spider man (or frozen, or pokemon or ...) party.... gasp! Seriously frightening to the aesthetics, right?
My youngest son turned 4 this year and requested a spiderman party (having never seen a spiderman movie or cartoon, struck me as odd, but whatever) so with a little searching on Pinterest i found this fantastic party Jordan (Oh Happy Day) threw for her son.
I copied all of her ideas. It was cheap and came together in a snap. The Spidey Spray is brilliantly easy and by taping 9 big sheets of white paper together I successfully copied the cityscape mural.
You can view the whole party here.
Every kid (and baby!) loves a good squeeze. Apple sauce? Meh. Put it in something squeezy ... awesome!
Amazing how that works. I love the brand Sili and their squeeze containers ... non-toxic, well designed silicone squeeze bottles that are cool enough to be used well into the kid-years.
I recently came across this bright kid's space by Kuoo Architects and thought... hmmm. I can't quite figure if it's a real room or digitally designed. Whatever the case is, it's those beautiful AIM Pendants by Flos I'm after ... amazing! Makes great use of that grey wall.
i ended up taking the last couple weeks off. and around. doing summertime things like one should. the boys and i have been having a blast being busy ... and doing nothing.
my older 2 boys get up every morning and feed the goats and chickens before breakfast. such a fantastic routine to be out in fresh air, greet their animal friends and get their chores crossed off the list first thing. and? they never complain.
we've had beautiful warm days filled with berry picking, tinkering in the garden and lots of reading. a quick trip to the beach and weekly $1 movies at the local theatre. making comic books, gathering eggs, scheming ways to keep the deere away and riding the john deer around our property... and ... maybe sneaking in some video games too.
She recently re-designed her son Sebastian's room... which she's calling the bat cave, appropriately! I have yet to design my boy's room beyond buying them a Perch Bunkbed and hanging a few random things on the wall -- ugg. it's been over a year since we moved into our new home -- Chelsea has totally inspired me to get a move on it!
Also? Doesn't this room have great bones? Pretty white molding and wood floors always pulls the space together.
A few things:
1. Star Wallpaper designed by Sissy & Marley for Jill Malek
2. Room CPH Lego Head & Storage (which we will soon carry in the shop!)
3. Molded black chair
4. Ferm Living Half Moon Storage Basket
5. Stuffies by Lucky Boy Sunday
5. a few posters by Mini & Maximus
6. Blah Blah Blanket by Donna Wilson
7. Striped Rug
Visit Sissy & Marley.
Oh Little Tree is an amazing new blog /site / shop (coming soon!) by my creative/adventurous friend Kayleen Gamo & her husband Ryan. It's about camping & kids and experiencing nature as a family. And? A bit of everything in between including a seriously amazing recipe for homemade almond milk with a twist (never thought of adding a ripe banana for sweetener - perfect!)
We're planning a nice long roadtrip down the Oregon/Northern California coast to San Francisco & Big Sur with the kids this summer, so this post about Big Sur is right on -- so beautiful!