In the summer when kids spend most of their time outdoors, bathing suits practically become underwear worn from morning to night.
It was a freezing, frostbite inducing afternoon. In the crook of my burdened elbow lay my 4-month-old daughter in her heavier-by-the-minute car seat.
There are certain aspects of parenting that inevitably become something of a competitive sport. Potty training is one such aspect. Try as we may to avoid it, most of us will feel the societal pressure to lose the diapers and proclaim our households ‘diaper-free’ way before we really need to. So, before we get our <... >
You’ve finally gotten the hang of it. Your once colicky baby is now sleeping through the night, feeding herself, walking all around your apartment, and she’s even uttered a few semi-understandable words! You’ve all but forgotten those sleepless nights and seemingly endless bouts of crankiness (and not just the baby’s). It’s time to start procreating <... >
Admit it. Your kids aren’t the only ones counting down the days until camp begins. Before you lock the trunk and blow kisses as you watch your kids board the bus, consider these fantastic finds to make the camp experience complete! “Oh my word” Tell-It-Like-It-Is Cards No more excuses for not writing home! Oh my <... >
With an unusually long winter this year, we might end up skipping spring altogether and jumping right into some summer fun! And while you can easily reuse the same pool and beach toys from last summer, there are some things you may want to stock up on for the 2011′s season in the sun. Gimme <... >
While you may have regained your pre-baby shape and look forward to showing off your lovely feminine assets again, something is putting a damper on your bright mood. As you model your new bikini combo in front of the mirror, you can’t help but notice stretch marks and loose skin all over your formerly flat <... >
Being a mother is perhaps the hardest, albeit rewarding, job there is. While the sentiment should be expressed all 365 days a year, saying ‘Happy Mother’s Day‘ this May 8th is a good way to start saying thank you for all that mothers do.
Split Rock Resort & Gold Club in the Pocono Mountains has something for everyone under the sun. For families, it offers an remarkable number of activities for all ages, and for dads, there’s a lush, challenging golf course to rival any within hours of New York City. It also has a squash court, tennis courts, <... >
You might think that there’s always something to do with your kids in New York City and to some extent that is true. And yet, for one reason or another, there are plenty of times when that “what to do” question mark looms over your head and even one hour of unscheduled time can send <... >
Tweens are aware of the changes in seasons and how they translate into new clothes. Though so young, they seem to know what trends are in and out faster than you and they won’t let anything you say ruin their calling for style. Here are some favorites for spring for tween girls and young teens. <... >
What’s the ONE thing a mom does better than anyone else? The answer? A MILLION things…all at the same time! Our amazing ability to multi-task is perhaps the best time saver of all, but even the best of us could use a helping hand (or five) to make our job a bit easier. With these <... >
This month, BeautyNewsNYC.com has the pleasure of introducing Susie Fougerousse, owner of Rosenberry Rooms, a leading online high-end children’s retailer, offering everything you need when decorating a child’s room. As a mother of four (with a 5th on the way), Susie has the personal and professional experience to know exactly what you need and just <... >
I had the recent pleasure of visiting The Children’s Place boutique at Union Square to see the latest Spring fashions for girls and boys. I frequently shop for my kids, ages two and four, at this retail chain, so while I’m excited to learn about the current trends, Sydney and Ben are thrilled to wear <... >
The Simply Wholesome Kitchen:
Interview with Mommy Blogger Alissa Abbey Stoltz
Remember the good old days when your baby would happily open wide for a spoonful of organic baby food? Yeah…me neither. Now I wonder if I’m the only mom who actually sheds tears of joy when her toddler asks for an apple instead of a cookie. Helping your child develop healthy eating habits and a <... >
There’s nothing quite like having your first baby. Everything is so new and exciting. You’re overwhelmed with every single emotion possible and in awe of just how epic this whole experience is. There is no shortage of advice on what to do and what to get and your home slowly becomes a shrine to all <... >