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 <... >
Kids are more vulnerable than adults to trace levels of lead and toxic chemicals in drinking water. Diseases and learning disabilities in later years can originate from exposure to lead and chemicals in formative years. I don’t pay too much attention to alarming headlines in newspapers but recent ones announcing that lead water levels were <... >
Going from overheated rooms to artic exteriors has been one of the horrifying tests of this season, a disaster for your skin’s balance and an invitation for runny noses and colds for your kids. As the last weeks of winter finally loom and in spite of some moments of more gleeful weather, you still need <... >
Young or old, if you love musical theater, New York City is certainly the place to be. And just a few blocks south of Times Square, TADA! Youth Theater has been providing high-quality musical theater productions performed by talented kids for family audiences for 25 years. TADA! provides a safe, creative and nurturing place where <... >
Did you know that about 80% of our immune system originates in the gut and that without the trillions of beneficiary bacteria in it we could not survive? Most of us, however, don’t have enough of these healthy bacteria that help prevent the production of toxic substances in our intestines. High fat, high sugar diets, <... >
Valentine’s Day is one holiday I look forward to in this drab stretch of winter blues. As soon as they are up, the red, pink and white hearts and cupid signs in shop windows make my heart jingle. They bring back my Tween years – that age of innocence when romance holds the promise of <... >
You bolster your child’s intellect with chess, his or her physique with basketball and soccer, and dexterity with Wii games – but what about your teen’s emotional intelligence? Enter Keep It Real, the board game for teens and adults that prompts genuine soul-searching and is great fun in the process.
If you’ve ever craved superfood that would provide nourishment for your family and taste great, then feast your eyes on the lineup of Kopali Organics snacks.
La Chamba Clay Cookware takes you full circle back to what your ancestors knew: the simple, eco-friendly pleasure of cooking with clay.
If you’re discouraged by the thought of throwing a house party this holiday season for lack of inspiration, time, or money, think twice about it. A few details here and there can go a long way to create a special atmosphere without having a home makeover. Add a twig of mistletoe above the door, freshly <... >
As a parent to young children, I enjoy the holidays with renewed interest. My kids understand who Santa is, but don’t know Mama is Mrs. Claus – researching the latest products two months in advance before the mad dash to shop, shop, shop followed by wrap, wrap, wrap. Here is a wonderful assortment of holiday <... >
Tweens come in all shapes these days. Some are still sweet and innocent little girls who love their dolly while others seem already ripe for the teen years. What can you get the girls in your family this holiday? Here’s a list of possibilities for Tween girls, ages 7 and older. Look carefully: some of <... >
Certain items present a surefire way to please pregnant, new or frazzled moms: shoes and boots that look great but are comfortable.
Sugar and spice and everything nice are dandy, but boys want a little something extra: action, bells, whistles, items to put together.