Give Peas a Chance is a local, mom-owned business with the goal of helping you feed your child healthy and organic meals from their first purée, through toddlerhood and beyond. They are hosting a night that is perfect for parents who are concerned about food choices for their children. Talk about a guilt-free night out! Their BYOB (that’s bottle, not baby)… Read more »
Liberty Science Center’s new Infinity Climber is a suspended multi-story play space that dares you to climb, crawl, and balance your way through pathways as high as 35 feet above the atrium floor. Even better — adults are allowed to climb as well!
We are moving into perfect temperature for outdoor fires. I decided that before it gets too hot we should make the most of our fire pit in the backyard. Although our outdoor space is small, I have tried to make it magical for the girls. We have a large tree wrapped with lights, a chair hammock, and last summer the girls and… Read more »
Earlier this spring, Urban Jungle Play opened at Maxwell Place in Hoboken. Welcome to the neighbourhood! It is wonderful to have a place where your child can play when it is too hot or too cold to be outside. Urban Jungle is a unique play space designed to encourage learning through engaging and active play. They offer all day… Read more »
Is your child an Avengers fan? They will love you when you take them to the world of Marvel’s Avenger S.T.A.T.I.O.N. The Discovery Center in Times Square has an exhibition running till May 10th. Visitors of all ages are granted S.H.I.E.L.D. access to the official S.T.A.T.I.O.N. headquarters and taken deep into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It will… Read more »
Living in a Hoboken brownstone will not stop us from having a vegetable garden — I use every available outdoor space I can find. I was introduced to The Farm at Green Village, which is close to Chatham and has a great variety of vegetables and herbs. Last weekend, we placed pots on every step, planted lettuce (they like this cooler weather), tomatoes,… Read more »
When I was growing up in the UK, a good raincoat was an accessory that you could not live without. It’s one of the things I splurged on when the girls were little. I still remember the lovely little raincoats and boots — macs and wellies as we call them in Britain — that they wore as toddlers. Take… Read more »
When I walk into our house I like to be greeted by a pleasant scent –rather than the smell of last night’s dinner! Although I love candles, diffusers are a nice alternative because they have a constant scent. I have placed one in our living room (which is also the entryway to our house — brownstone life) and one in our bedroom.… Read more »