It's hard to pop a wheelie on a blustery day! Despite NYC being blanketed in snow, Naomi Watts and her sons — Sasha, 3, and Sammy, 2 — strolled through town this morning to take in some fresh air. The boys were bundled up and rode comfortably in a Phil & Teds stroller. The popular brand of pushchairs has garnered many celebrity families as fans. But which buggy do you think is best for parents to navigate through the rain, sleet, and snow in cold-weather regions?
Orbit Baby's now catering to moms of one, two, and three! The company just announced their latest release, the Sidekick ($120), a skateboard attachment for the G2 stroller ($750). The cool contraption holds kiddos (aged 2 and up to 50 lbs) allowing them the luxury to roll when their young sibling is being pushed. And, because the boards hook on to the sides of the buggy, there's room for two — one on the left and another on the right. If the youngster wants to hop off and walk, the board flips up and out of the way. What do you think of this setup?
I hope your prom date wasn't as scandalous as the one in this new "dirty short" for Orbit Gum. In the hilarious if cringe-inducing ad — produced by Will Arnett and Jason Bateman's newly launched DumbDumb venture — Bateman stars as an overprotective dad helping his daughter (Parks and Recreation's Aubrey Plaza) prepare for prom: "These boys, they know how to act all polite, then before you know it, they've got their Facebook all up in your Twitter."
Alas, the date isn't quite who dad expected. This would definitely be most fathers' worst nightmare, overprotective or not. Which makes me wonder: what was your prom date like? Was it a dream date or a nightmare? Please share your best prom date stories below.
It's next to impossible for me to wait in line at the supermarket and not pick up a pack of gum in some limited-edition novelty flavor. That's why I was beside myself when I received a shipment of what might have been a lifetime supply of Wrigley chewing gum in a slew of new flavors. A sore jaw and many packs later, I've discovered a new favorite flavor. Scope out the highlights — and learn whether they're worth buying now.