Last week I asked you to share your first stroller with me. Orbit Baby seems to be the "it" stroller in Hollywood, but the $900 price tag may be too much for your average new mom. Here are some of the ones you helped pick out for lilsugar.
Seeing Nicole Richie with her Orbit stroller last week got me thinking about the ever-changing stroller market and the fact that the it buggy tends to change every couple of years. I want you to share the first stroller you used for your kids by bookmarking the model on TeamSugar. If you tag your finds as "my first stroller," I'll do a recap next week of your picks.
This past week I asked all you cautious parents out there to share your favorite sunscreen brands and let us know what you like about them. You bookmarked your favorite brands in the Lil Marks on TeamSugar with the keyword tag, "sunscreen for kids."
sofi picked a brand I've always been curious about: Mustela Sun Lotion, Bebe High Protection SPF 50, $15. The high SPF on this one is ideal as doctors recommend you look for a sunscreen with SPF of 15 or higher for children six months or older. (The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies younger than six months be kept out of the sun altogether.)
Check out the widget below for a selection of readers' favorite sunscreens. Lather up!
I can't seem to get the dad who was charged with criminal abuse for letting his son get a sunburn out of my head. While it seems like harsh punishment, I think we can all agree keeping your tots' skin protected is complicated. It requires the perfect combination of sunscreen, proper coverage and clothing and persistence. Lilsugar and I have tested a variety of sunscreens, but most moms I know have their own faves.
I'd love for all you cautious parents to share your favorite sunscreen for your kids by bookmarking your finds on TeamSugar. Don't forget to tag your finds as "sunscreen for kids." I'll do a recap next week of your picks.