Our 3-Tier Baby Cakes for girl and boy are as good as it looks. Available in Pink, Blue and Yellow. Perfect for baby shower gift! Impressively large (32″ tall), this beautifully arranged 3-tier cake comes filled with all the essentials needed to keep baby clean, fresh and secure.
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Walk A Buddies Princess Coach – Innovative “coach” design with ringing bell makes learning to walk fun!
Royal Rocker “Princess” Rocking Chair – Comes with a crown backrest with removable heart-shaped back cushion amd a special message: “Always a Princess”. It even included the “test” for all princess–a little green “pea” hides under the seat cushion!
Princess Castle Playset – Crafted from wood, the Princess Castle Playset combines imagination with practicality. The Princess Castle Playset opens up to reveal the inside of the castle for play, and closes for easy and convenient storage.
Tabletop Clock – Princess Crown – Our hand-crafted and hand-painted wooden clock is softly sanded to give an aged and slightly distressed look and feel. This unique clock makes the perfect gift for a baby nursery or children’s room decor.
Princess Vanity Table & Chair Set – Comes with a Heart-shaped mirror with “crown” and two heart-topped boxes w/ hinged lids for storing jewelry, make-up and other treasures – one with a music box that plays “Pomp and Circumstance”.
If you have a little precious princess at home, here are some baby product ideas that will surely delight you and her:
Source: Bliss Living
Famous parents dish on the best birthday bashes they’ve thrown for their kids.
Natasha Henstridge star of the film The Whole Ten Yards “When our sons Tristan and Asher turned 4 and 1, my husband, Liam, and I planned an outdoor fair with a cowboy theme. We brought in ponies and a petting zoo and hired a balloon guy who made all sorts of animal shapes. We had a hot dog cart and cotton candy, and the kids got cowboy hats. For the invitations, I made up a goofy poem and had caricatures of the boys drawn.” (Seen in this photo with the Maria Tangerine Diaper Bag by Mia Bossi.)
Jane Seymour actress and author of the new memoir Remarkable Changes “My twins’ most ingenious birthday party was their third. Kristopher and John wanted a reptile party, and the reptile wrangler arrived with all sorts of creatures. At one point, I had a six-foot albino boa constrictor around my neck, but it was perfectly safe. There were snakes, iguanas, tarantulas, and scorpions without the stingers, and all the kids got to hold them. Anyone who had a phobia about creepy, crawly things was cured that day! We always home-bake two different birthday cakes for the twins and decorate them with the kids at the party.”
Kathy Ireland designer of the Kathy Ireland Home furniture collection “For her fourth birthday, my daughter Lily wanted a princess party with all the girls in her class. We did an invitation with the Disney princesses, including Cinderella and Ariel. Everyone was asked to dress up like a princess, and seeing all the guests arrive in their little costumes was adorable. My two sisters and my mom, who surprised everybody by dressing up like princesses too, brought out a Barbie birthday cake. We had a royal treasure hunt in which the girls filled goodie bags with princess-type favors like costume jewelry.”
David James Elliott and Nanci Chambers stars of the CBS series JAG “For our daughter Stephanie’s seventh birthday, we gave her an old-fashioned tea party. We decorated with pink flowers and pink balloons and put out dress-up clothes: hats, pearls, gowns, and long gloves. We also brought in a manicurist and a face painter. For place cards, we had Cookies By Design make giant teacup cookies with each girl’s name. We served mint tea and lemonade from teapots; sandwiches cut into heart, flower, and star shapes; birthday cake; and petit fours.”
Ricki Lake actress and talk-show host “My son Milo, who’s now 5, loves 60s groups like the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. For his fourth birthday, we put together a rock-and-roll party. The cake was a piano with figurines of the Who on top. As favors, we gave CDs of Milo’s favorite music. For my younger son Owen’s first birthday, we threw a party at a favorite Mexican restaurant. The invitation was a mini piñata donkey, and the favors were maracas and little sombreros.”
Source: Child Magazine
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Recently featured in the March 2006 issue of InStyle Magazine, the Suzy Diaper Bag by Hammitt is the diaper bag of choice for Angelina Jolie. Made from rich, brightly-colored imported Italian leather, all Hammitt products are hand-sewn in Los Angeles.
Fully lined, tons of storage, magnetic cargo pockets. Extra long handles. Changing pad included. Makes a great transition to a travel bag once your diaper-bag days are gone.
As Seen In: InStyle Magazine (March 2006)
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“I think the best thing, and this is in terms of baby food that both of my kids absolutely loved, is when I would bake butternut squash with butter and then puree it in the blender,” Ripa says. “They guzzle it down. Then the great thing is, if you want to, if you have a fussy eater, and I’m lucky that neither one of my kids are fussy eaters, but if you do have a fussy eater, you can take Omega-3 fish oil for added nutrients that are so good for brain development. You throw it right in there, they never taste it, or you can also throw spinach in there, spirolina, you know, really good brain-boosting vitamin supplements right in there, into the puree, and they never taste it. And it’s so delicious. And, you can freeze it. You can put it in freezer trays and make little cubes of butternut squash frozen, so you only take out what you need for each serving. You take the cubes out and defrost them, and that’s a serving.”
Read more interview with Kelly at Celebrity Parents.
Source: Celebrity Parents
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