Parenting

« prev Items: 76-92 of 92

  • Charles Storage Table

    Charles-storage-table

    With round edges, a reversible wood/chalkboard top and a roomy compartment, this table is great addition to your stylish, kid-friendly living space.

    It’s also ideal for hiding your kid’s clutter or your porn collection. But maybe not both those things.

    via Swiss Miss

    $299 at Sparkability | Buy

    | Posted 05 Dec, 2007 in Parenting by Melissa Summers
  • Brand New Baby Book

    Brand-new-baby-book

    This beautiful letterpress journal lets you track everything your newborn baby does. That covers about three things: eating, sleeping and pooping.

    Most importantly, this book lets you feel more civilized while covered in spit up.

    $48 at Bumble Bee Press | Buy

    | Posted 04 Dec, 2007 in Parenting by Melissa Summers
  • Recycled 2008 Refill for AAGK100

    Recycled-2008-refill-for-aagk100

    Old school calendar technology. Don’t forget about the classics.

    I have a baby project going with these calendar refill pages. I give one to the boy and snap his photo. At the end of the year, I’ll have a little album of how he looked from week to week without having to keep track of exact dates. Especially great for the first year and birthdays.

    $11 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 28 Nov, 2007 in Parenting by Margaret Mason
  • Mini Wish Ornament

    Mini-wish-ornament

    I recently bought this set of six ornaments for a friend because she has six people in her family. Bless her soul.

    Each Christmas everyone writes a wish on a slip of paper (included) and closes it inside their ornament. Next Christmas, check to see if your wish came true and make another. This will be a nice family tradition–once the kids stop fighting about who gets the purple one.

    Also comes as a single ornament.

    $58 at Red Envelope | Buy

    (For a set of six.)

    | Posted 27 Nov, 2007 in Parenting by Melissa Summers
  • Dino Puzzle Cooke Cutter

    Dino-puzzle-cooke-cutter

    “No, even if you fit the puzzle back together you can’t eat all the cookies.”

    $13 at Kitchen Krafts | Buy

    | Posted 26 Nov, 2007 in Parenting by Melissa Summers
  • TasteBook

    Tastebook

    A hundred of your favorite recipies professionally bound. Make a family, church, neighborhood, or school cookbook in under half an hour.

    Then again, did you really need to know that grandma puts twelve sticks of butter in her holiday poundcake?

    $35 at Tastebook.com | Buy

    | Posted 15 Nov, 2007 in Parenting by Margaret Mason
  • Custom Silhouette Gifts

    Custom-silhouette-gifts

    Get your child’s or family’s silhouettes printed on note cards, mugs, aprons, playing cards, whatever you like. You email them profile shots, and they send you the finished product.

    $40 at Simply Silhouettes | Buy

    (for 20 cards)

    | Posted 23 Apr, 2007 in Parenting by Margaret Mason
  • Custom Tag Necklace

    Custom-tag-necklace

    You can choose mom’s nickname, or have her baby’s name or birth date pressed into silver. Especially sweet for new moms.

    $50 at Rare Device | Buy

    | Posted 23 Apr, 2007 in Parenting by Margaret Mason
  • Mama Pendant

    Mama-pendant

    You email them the jpeg, they laminate it and set it beneath a quartz stone. It’s called the “Mama Pendant” but if I were you, I’d send in the photo of you in the Groucho glasses. She loves that one.

    $90 at Fancy | Buy

    ($105 with text.)

    | Posted 23 Jan, 2007 in Parenting by Margaret Mason
  • The First 1,000 Days Baby Journal

    The-first-1_000-days-baby-journal

    A casual baby book and journal with gorgeous illustrations and creative prompts. There’s room for monthly updates, but also space to record songs, books, and games you play with your baby. It’s compact, so you can tuck it into your diaper bag for trips to the coffee shop, increasing the odds that you’ll actually fill in the pages.

    $11 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 23 Jan, 2007 in Parenting by Margaret Mason
  • Pulse Ring

    Pulse-ring

    You send them an EKG printout, they send you a ring with the pulse, name, and date engraved inside. Price varies based on whether you choose titanium, platinum, white or yellow gold. Have it engraved with the baby’s pulse for a new dad, give it to someone who’s recovered from a major illness and is feeling lucky to be kicking, or just use it as a token of love or a wedding band.

    $495 at Roule | Buy

    | Posted 23 Sep, 2006 in Parenting by Margaret Mason
  • Baby Owner’s Manual

    Baby-owner-s-manual

    This helpful book is full of clearly explained tips for keeping the baby alive. By the end, you’ll know how to swaddle with the best of them. Great shower gift.

    $11 at Amazon | Buy

    | Posted 23 Aug, 2006 in Parenting 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 Parenting by Margaret Mason
  • Journal Memory Boxes

    Journal-memory-boxes

    BY REQUEST This acid-free, 100 percent cotton journal features a suede-lined compartment where you can store mementos. The box closes with a magnetic clap, so your treasures will stay put. You could use it as a baby book, storing a locket of hair, baby booties, and a snip of blankie fabric. Or use it as a travel journal and secret away bits of stone from the piazza, a wine label, and a stalk of lavender from the guest-cottage garden.

    $25 at Kate's Paperie | Buy

    | Posted 23 Apr, 2005 in Parenting by Margaret Mason
  • Hopping Bunnies Album

    Hopping-bunnies-album

    BY REQUEST Joslyn writes, “I’m looking for a good baby journal. Not one of those that has pre-printed prompts and questions in it. I just want a nice, attractive journal with blank pages inside to keep a record of the daily happenings in my infant son’s life. Important that it be acid and lignin free.” Kozo Arts is one of my favorite San Francisco companies. They make stunning, archival quality journals, albums, and guestbooks. You choose the size. This album or journal has stylized bunnies hopping about on the cover, and each heavy-duty blank page is separated from the next by a sheet of glassine. Price quoted is for a 9” x 12” album.

    $99 at Kozo Arts | Buy

    (Prices vary based on album size.)

    | Posted 23 Apr, 2005 in Parenting by Margaret Mason
  • Ofoto Calendar

    Ofoto-calendar

    I’d been looking around for a personalized photo calendar, and Ofoto had the most reasonably priced, easily produced option. You choose from one of eight designs, and then pick which photos you want for each month. You have to sign up for the service to order a calendar, but Snapfish offers one too, though it’s a bit tougher to make. With the Ofoto service, the easiest thing to do is to compile a “calendar” folder in advance, upload it to the service, and pull photos from that. This way, you don’t have to jump from folder to folder (and wait an eternity for each one to load). You can choose to start the calendar on any month you like, so it makes an excellent gift year round.

    $20 at Ofoto | Buy

    (Measures approximately 10"x15".)

    | Posted 23 Nov, 2004 in Parenting by Margaret Mason

Page: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | All Items