Articles tagged with: Kids
Guest post by Laurelle Johnson
My daughters are allergic to anything “mom” says or tries to impose when it comes to their health. So the idea of taking vitamins, eating more fruits and veggies and laying off MY coffee in the morning is met with a resounding “NO!” Feels like the terrible two’s all over again.
Subversion is the only tool left to me to insure their continued health.
Entreprenette, Kids, Mom Stuff, Recipes »
Started by a shrink and a stylist, Retail Therapy provides the latest in “feel good” apparel & accessories. Their motto “take care of yourself, take care of the world” inspires us all to be organic, recycled, and earth-friendly in our products.
My twins have these tees and we just planted the hangtags in the garden. I am so excited to see the flowers grow!
A LITTLE SOMETHING ABOUT THEIR COOL TEE SHIRTS…
• Tees made of organic cotton, recycled polyester & naturally occurring rayon
• Tees made of 100% organic cotton
• Even our RT …
Baby, Books, Business, Entreprenette, Innovative ideas, Kids, Public Relations, Sarah Shaw »
I just have to blow the horn for this awesome company. We just got the Safe Sippy™ cups for our 18 month old twins and they LOVE them. But most of all what I love is that they don’t leak or drip. We have tried countless brands – big famous ones – and they all leak or drip when the turn them over. And these look super mod. How awesome is this?
Christina Aguilera with The Safe Sippy!girls
Kid Basix created The Safe Sippy™ drink cup in …
Baby, Books, Innovative ideas, Kids, Mom Stuff »
Interview with Gina Flanagan of Lunch Box Cards – Creative cards to make your child giggle
Q: What is your name? Gina Flanagan
Q: Company name and website? KidsLunchBoxCards.com
Q: We launched in: March 2008
Q: What is your business or what do you sell? We manufacture and sell fun, colorful lunch cards full of interesting facts, riddles and wacky true stories to make your child giggle at lunch.
Q: Who or what was the inspiration behind your company? My daughter Leila. When she was in 2nd grade, Leila would complain about not having friends …