Earlier this month, two gal pals and I left our collective assortment of tiny humans with the husbands and the grandparents and lived it up at the Broadlind Hotel’s penthouse suite in Long Beach, California. Overall, the property is a truly charming getaway with all the architectural character I love, situated in a conveniently walkable downtown location.
JumpOff Jo’s 5-foot inflatable Unicorn is easy to assemble and totally looks like water is coming out of its butt. Which the kids think is hilarious.
Read on as we share all the deets on what free activities the USGA is offering kids during the first-ever Junior Experience with First Tee and LPGA*USGA Girls Golf.
I’ve been coloring with the kids since birth practically and I can’t tell you how much more fun it’s been…
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The public is invited to “Take a Book, Share a Book” at the Paso Robles Children’s Museum’s Little Free Library now installed at 623 13th St. in downtown Paso Robles, Calif. Designed by American company Simplay3, this Sharing Library is a modestly-sized box on a stand that reaches nearly 5 feet tall and features a clear plexiglass door so the books stored inside are clearly visible. All you do is open the little door to take a book + leave a book.
Who here has taking baby camping? I’m a wimp, so it’s a big fat no for me. But I really…
This cup has beautiful print designs but unfortunately, the button to open the lid is super sensitive. We bumped it open while carrying the cup in a bag, so it leaked all over everything. Since we’re usually on the go, accidently pressing the open button would happen all the time, and I wouldn’t chance traveling with it because of that.
Today we’re reviewing the Tropo Air Pump. This little dude is a small handheld cube powered off batteries and designed to inflate pool toys on-the-go. Perfect for us!
Kids think the cups in this series are fun because they light up, but readers have reached out to me since our initial review about concerns with leaks, battery issues, safety concerns, and other sippy cup struggles. At the time of this original review, the main concern we had was with the light-up Wonder Cup, because it leaked on us. Since the kids hit the bottoms of the cups on the table in order to get the lights to flash, it makes the water kind of shoot upward and splash out. Read on for more details from the brand on how to get these concerns addressed.