With everything that goes into preparing for baby, the costs can quickly add up — so don't blow it all on the nursery. To ensure your little one's space is still stylish without breaking the bank, we found cute accents under $25. Little touches like retro prints and bright pillows will complete your nursery's look without denting the diaper budget. Check out our favorite picks; a few of them make great gifts, too!
Your little boy doesn't need to be a surfing expert or a Southern California native to sport a cool tank top this Summer. Cool in both style and temperature, the following 11 tanks from J.Crew, Gap, and indie labels like Mini Rodini, Nico Nico, and Emile Et Ida are sure to be a hit on the playground, beach, or anywhere your little guy goes this Summer. Keep clicking to find your favorite.
If your iPad looks anything like ours, it's filled with apps for your kids, rather than yourself. You're also probably always on the lookout for a new app that will not only occupy your little ones' time, but teach them something at the same time. There are more than 33,000 kids' apps in the iTunes store, so finding the best ones out there can be a chore. Lucky for you, we've found recent additions to the iTunes store that will make both mom and tot happy. From new color-educating apps for toddlers to a movie-making app from Disney, check out our favorite latest downloads now!
Still haven't figured out what to gift the dad in your life for Father's Day? Take inspiration from five of our favorite celeb dads — music mogul Jay-Z, all-American Ben Affleck, dapper dad Scott Disick, globetrotter Brad Pitt, and sporty chic David Beckham — and you're guaranteed to please!
Planning a Summer vacation? It's the perfect time to get your kids excited about their upcoming travels. Pick up a book (or two) that focuses on your family's destination, and they'll know exactly what to expect before you hit the road, rail, or air!
So maybe your kids won't be accompanying you to the Saturday night showing of Man of Steel this weekend — it does have a PG-13 rating after all — but that doesn't mean they can't embrace the Superman spirit. In honor of the flick's release (today!), we've rounded up nine fun finds for Superman fans-in-training. From nursery decor to the coolest Kryptonian Blaster, it's never too early to channel your inner Clark Kent.
Whether you're honoring your own dad, or helping your kiddos send digital greetings to theirs, we've rounded up some of our favorite Father's Day ecards. From the silly to the sentimental to the bitingly sarcastic, there's something out there for every kind of dad, and every kind of son or daughter. Check out 10 of our favorite options to hit the inbox.
It's not that you forgot Father's Day, it's just that life got in the way. It happens to the best of us, and if you're looking at your calendar and just now realizing that Father's Day is this Sunday, don't fret. We have nine superthoughtful solutions to your dad's day dilemma, all of which require just one stop (or less!).
Usually our Lines We Love are under-the-radar kid labels that are primarily stocked at indie shops or online, but when Carter's sent over their newest layette collection, we were reminded of our love for the classic kid line, especially when it comes to their supersoft, durable, easy to clean, and totally cute onesies.
We were all devoted to Carter's bodysuits when our babies were small (you know, that time when you can go through five or six onesies a day!) and have yet to find a brand that beats them. If you disagree, let us know in the comments section below; then check out some of the newest Carter's onesies, featuring on-trend poppy and mint tones for girls, navy and gray stripes and prints for boys, and lots of gender-neutral options, including our personal favorites, the adorable animal prints!
I'm the first one to admit that I'm a bargain shopper. It's great for my wallet, but not for my time-starved, working mother schedule. Spending endless hours comparison price shopping is the last thing I really have time for these days. So when I heard that Decide.com was expanding to the baby and kids realm, I was anxious to test it out.
The site not only provides purchase recommendations based on user reviews (all products receive a color coded and numerical rating from one to 100), but it uses proprietary price-predicting technology to determine if the price is likely to rise or fall in the next two weeks, so you won't feel burned when the high chair you purchase goes on sale the day after it ships to you. Playing around, I found it to be an easy way to make a decision about anything from high chairs and strollers to a set of Legos. The high chair I was looking at was ruled a "Buy before prices rise" while the stroller received a "Wait for prices to drop" mention (and it told me how much they should drop in the next two weeks). It made purchase decisions a cinch, freeing up my evenings for the first time in ages.
I kept looking for a catch, but couldn't fine one. The service is free for all "Decide Scores" as well as up to eight price predictions. After that, there's an annual $30 membership fee that gives you unlimited access to price predictions for the year. So tell us, would you pay for access to such a site?