Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Reusable fabric wall stickers from Stickytiki

Brilliant and fun, reusable fabric wall stickers from Stickytiki. Every original art is hand painted then printed by Kim and Si, 2 really cool moms from New Zealand, onto their fabric decal (no nasty PVC decals) to create a beautiful unique learning décor for your child's space. Nothing computer generated here.....You wont find too fluffy or too sweet,....and best of all there is nothing mass produced about this Alphabet. You wont find anything else like it in the world! I am ordering one now. They are available in small, medium and large.

Get free shipping from New Zealand, mention Zoe b when ordering on Etsy at Stickytiki.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

A Father's Day Gift to Keep Dad Green, Fit and Happy

This Father’s Day give Dad a gift that will move him, keep him green and make him feel special!

Taga is an ingenious child carrier bicycle + baby stroller all-in-one. Now Dad and baby can ride to the hardware store together, and then watch the magic happen once they arrive. Taga converts to a great stroller for browsing the tool section in style. It travels well, easily folding to fit in the trunk of a car.

My favorite features:
  • Makes it easy for Dad to spend fun time with baby, cycling, and being green - all at the same time!
  • Dad no longer has to suffer while pushing the pink pram you think is adorable.
  • Toggling from a bike to a stroller only takes 20 seconds or less. See video below.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Involve Your Kids in Cooking with the Handstand Kids Cookbooks

We recently discovered a unique and interesting cookbook created for kids. The Handstand Kids Cookbook Company creates international cookbook kits that introduce children to the culture, language, and cuisine of a new country. Each cookbook kit includes a unique cooking accessory, such as a chef's hat in the Italian kit.

In addition to exploring the delicious recipes of a different country, their cookbooks also introduce kids to the country's language. All of the ingredients and utensils are translated in to the country's primary language, and then the translated words are used in the recipes to help children learn the language as they cook. What a fantastic combination of learning and fun!

Finding ways to involve your children in cooking is a fantastic way to promote health and nutrition, explore different cultures, and encourage family togetherness.