February 2006

Items: 1-7 of 7

  • Grand Cape

    Grand-cape

    You’re working on the alphabet, sharing, trying one bite of everything on their plates. What have you been doing to develop their superpowers?

    $26 at Sparkability | Buy

    (22" long)

    | Posted 24 Feb, 2006 in February 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Encyclopedia Prehistorica Dinosaurs: The Definitive Pop-Up

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    Your kids will quiver with joy, just before they completely destroy all the delicate pop ups. Buy two.

    $19 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 23 Feb, 2006 in February 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Binth Baby Book

    Binth-baby-book

    So you don’t have a kid? This book will make you want one. I’d been eyeing it online trying to decide whether it was too pricey for a baby book, when the folks at Binth sent me a copy. I opened it and gasped. You will want to caress this book, it’s that good. Each page is silk-screened, and accented with lean silhouettes in sage, pale blue, and black. It’s a limited edition, acid free, heirloom that guides you in recording your baby’s milestones through age three. Worth every penny.

    $110 at Binth | Buy

    | Posted 23 Feb, 2006 in February 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Monster Tees

    Monster-tees

    These American Apparel T-shirts have handmade, plush, monster appliqu’es on the front. You choose a goofy monster face, then select the T-shirt color and size.

    $29 at Dishy Duds | Buy

    | Posted 07 Feb, 2006 in February 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Rosa Pomar Dolls

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    Rosa makes the kind of simple, cloth dolls your grandma used to make. This one is a plushy teddy bear that comes in a variety of prints. He is washable, squeezable, and handmade.

    $68 at Nursery Works | Buy

    | Posted 06 Feb, 2006 in February 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Sno Slider

    Sno-slider

    It’s a sled you strap to your kid’s bum. That means no dragging, and no falling off. For ages three and up. (Through March 31, 2006 code HSASPR2 gets you $10 off an order of $75 or more.)

    $10 at Hearth Song | Buy

    (13.5" x 11")

    | Posted 01 Feb, 2006 in February 2006 by Margaret Mason
  • Sno-Baller

    Sno-baller

    Making snowballs is haaard, and snow is so surprisingly cold. This handy device lets you stockpile perfectly spherical snowballs while your hands stay toasty warm. Use it to defeat your enemies with superior technology, or to make a Martha Stewart-type snowball igloo around your walkway lights. (Through March 31, 2006 code HSASPR2 gets you $10 off an order of $75 or more.)

    $9 at Hearth Song | Buy

    | Posted 01 Feb, 2006 in February 2006 by Margaret Mason