The well-known trick of turning feeding spoons into “planes, trains and automobiles” just got a whole lot easier. oogaa makes meal times fun for babies and little children. Their adorable, safe-to-use products will become a favorite at meal times. We are very impressed by oogaa and their quest to use the safest, most environmentally stable materials. Instead of fussing with my child over dinner time, she now debates over which oogaa spoon she can use. Will it be the train or the airplane?
Not only am I the type to pick organic beauty products whenever I can, but my daughter has sensitive skin. And that means I have to be careful about the ingredients in the products I buy too. The poor girl has eczema. I have never had it, so I wasn’t very familiar with that particular skin condition. I had to look around for bath and skin care products that fit my desire to be friendly to the earth, and fit may daughters skin care needs.
It’s no wonder that a husband to a magnificent “modern day mom” would have to declare his own awesomeness every now and then, especially when his wife’s awesomeness is a given. Being a caveman when it comes to the Internet and an absolute Neanderthal when it comes to blogging there are only a few ways I can puff out my chest, beat on my wiry hairs and declare, “me man, look at my… um….man stuff”. Aside from occasionally coming home on crutches, covered head to toe in bruises from a long standing “extreme sports” obsession, walking in the door slathered in grease from DIY car repair, and a thumping headache from showing my wife how we used to “shoot tequila” in my early 20s, the least painful and probably most tolerable of these “declarations of man power” is my hot sauce obsession.
Welcome to Jess T.’s Tech Tuesday, where all your geek are belong to us!
There’s no doubt about it – kids love tech items. They see adults touching them, staring at them, and poking them all day – so they MUST be important and awesome! At Modern Day Moms, our kids cannot keep their hands off of our phones, iPods and tablets. We get the funniest Beluga messages when our kids hijack our business meetings. Once, we had quite the scare when one of our editors was almost photographed in the shower by a rogue toddler with a smartphone!
You know that saying? “Why buy the toys?! They’d rather play with the box!” It’s so true. Those little stinkers always want to play with the packaging! Miles is always asking for a “FUT” (fort) with the boxes. Sigh. So it’s no surprise that a Dad in Cleveland came up with the genius idea to make the packaging the toy!!! They take regular, everyday cardboard and make it fantastic and ready to open your child’s imagination.
Our friend Sarah Carey, editor-in-chief of Everyday Food® Magazine just launched her delicious “How-To” series on YouTube. A 13-year veteran of the Martha Stewart test kitchen, Sarah is an expert in converting culinary classics into easy and convenient meals for the family.
Here and there, I get emails from Tommee Tippee, alerting me to new and exciting things they plan on bringing to us. When I saw this I had to share it with you! At the beginning of August, Tommee Tippee released a new app called The Day Baby Was Born. It allows you to build a digital memory book from the early days of expecting all the way until baby was born.
I have two daughters, Amelia and Olivia. At 5 and 3, these kids are a handful. So it has become glaringly apparent to me that I’ve lost my mind since I decided to homeschool them. Together. At the same time. In addition to working part-time early mornings and taking online and late night college classes. Ok, so all “what the heck were you thinking?!” comments aside, I am fully confident in my ability to not screw this up. Over the coming months, I’ll be keeping you up to date on the exciting life of my crazy family and our journey.
Allow me to introduce you to my daughter’s new favorite shoes… for school!