We know it. It's a real bummer when your little peanut grows too big for the infant car seat. Oh, we can sing the praises of that cute little bucket seat. So light, so easy, snapping on to the stroller frame. But the convertible seats are different. And you have to understand why: these will protect your little one from 12 months (many can be used for babies as small as 7lbs) to 65 lbs. They need to be strong! They need to be robust. They are infused with so much technology, a SilCo engineer's head would spin.
We're always looking for cool things to do in the city with families, and this week we were goosenecking the MOMA and their new Automania exhibit. First of all, you want to go soon, as the cars on display in the sculpture garden are only there until October 11th. The gallery portion of the show will be there until January 2, so you've got time on that!
I have long been a fan of a NJ based apple orchard called Melicks Farm in Oldwick, NJ. You might think it’s because of their apple cider donuts or . . .
This infant car seat/stroller has been around for a few years now but this year it’s rocketed up to the must-have list. Early adapter moms and dads . . .
We’ve long been fans of the talented Mr. Banksy, ever since we did that Babesta Beat photoshoot with Katrina Tang (check our video out here) where we recreated some of his most famous works (Pranksy & the Playground Mob)! We just went to see the immersive Banksy exhibit in NYC, which is a fun afternoon and will inspire some good, provocative family conversation around topics like consumerism, war, equity, police, government or, if that's not their bag, at least about apes & rats :)
One of our favorite off beat things to do in(ish) the city! For residents and visitors alike, a mini-get away (with a tremendous view) to Governor's island to glamp overnight at the Collective Retreats property. Great food, great fun for a date-overnight or with the whole fam. Check it out!