Oeuf cribs and changers are due to get a price hike starting on the 15th, so it’s a great idea to snap yours up today or tomorrow if you’re in the market. Choose from the Classic Crib (a favorite style for its simplicity and adorable toddler conversion), Sparrow Crib (super stylish) and Rhea Crib (the new, more modern version of the Robin). Oeuf also recently introduced the Merlin dresser, in 3 drawers or 6 drawers. It lives up to its name, as it matches all of Oeuf’s crib options, due to its modular design. Change the pulls & the feet and voila, it’s a perfect companion for any crib style.
Check out our gift picks on Project Nursery! We had a great time with Pam & Melisa at PN walking them through some of our faves. Check them out!
DIY is de rigueur these days and we've picked out some companies are right on the money. We're giving 20% off our craftastic selection until Thursday night. Just add imagination! Check out our DIY selection here!
And, as an added bonus, we're giving away a Smash scrapbook, 3 accessories and a time capsule to capture all that's cool 2012/2013! Enter to win until Thurs at 11:59pm EST. ENTER HERE!
We were pretty psyched to be on the shortlist for Vulture when they were seeking out baby stores who could speak to the best gear for a zombie apocalypse! Check out our super-stylist Amanda give advice on the Ergo (great for storing ammo) and the Diaper Dude bag (good for arrow toting) and the anti-microbial flat bear by Elks & Angels.
We just got in a load of KidRobot goodies and went straight to work building this tree of DIY Munnys and Labbits for the holiday! These are so fun to paint and make an awesome gift this holiday. Shop Kid Robot @Babesta!
I sat by my computer refreshing until registration opened for the Chuck Close artist talk at the MOMA, part of the family program. Close, who is behind the book Face Book, a popular one at Babesta, is a truely inspirational artist who creates large photo based portrait paintings. Diagnosed with facial blindness, he paints people's faces in an attempt to boost his recognition. Close was paralyzed due to a very rare spinal artery collapse, and creates his art using a brush holding device that is strapped to his forearm. To sign up for the artist talk, go to the MOMA's Family Programs.
Date: December 1
Time: 1-2pm; preregistration required