My daughters never liked team sports. At 4, when I enrolled them in a kiddie soccer class they turned the goal upside down and declared it a spaceship, climbed on in and then proceeded to create a story about going to the moon that captivated the other kids and made it impossible for the 24 […]Read More Getting My Artsy Girls to Play Sports (Hint: It’s about the outfit and gear)
One of the things that drives me crazy is the constant tab and window hopping I do to compare prices across websites. There are sites that will aggregate an item across sites but I never have much luck with them. Often they show wrong items in their search or don’t really find the best deals. […]Read More Finding Cyber Deals in an Instant This Holiday Season (and a giveaway)
When I head to the grocery store I have a few lists – my mental list, my husband’s written down list of things he’s noticed we need, and lastly my subconscious list that gets triggered as I walk the aisles (or depending on how hungry and/or PMS I am the evil list that somehow throws […]Read More What’s In Your Friend’s Grocery Cart?
Well just when I thought my birthday party celebrations were over it turns out that today is the 100th birthday of the bra. To celebrate I went to a fitting event for Wacoal. I got a look at all of their incredibly well made and beautiful bras, and some of the incredibly well made practical […]Read More Happy 100th Bday to….The Bra!
One of the best things about being a mom is your chance to reread your favorite childhood books and play with toys both old and new. But, one of the best things about being a mom blogger is getting to go the Toy Fair! Last week the Toy Fair hit New York at the Javits […]Read More Mom in Toyland – Part 1 Playmobile and Madame Alexander
I grew up in Brooklyn way before hipster boutiques and cute home furnishings stores dotted the avenues. Back in the 70’s and 80’s Brooklyn shopping was synonymous with one word – BARGAIN. And finding those deals was a sport for my mom, brought to new highs when my grandmother visited from Michigan and the two […]Read More Real Moms Never Pay Retail