February 26, 2015


The NYC Parks Experience Summer Day Camp is one of New York City’s most affordable camp programs. We provide 7 weeks of fun-filled days for children ages 6-13, at locations across the city. Campers will go on trips throughout the five boroughs, participate in sports, fitness and outdoor adventure activities, and much more. Campers are supervised by experienced CPR and AED certified staff. HOW TO REGISTER:                A registration lottery is

Toddler's First Shows: Sesame Street Live!

Last week we had the chance to check out Sesame Street Live! Make a New Friend at the Theater at MSG. With two toddlers in tow, we headed for Madison Square Garden and into the theater we went. Sesame Street Live! shows are always great when it comes to the little ones, they are great at keeping them engaged and into the show. However, the atmosphere is always super family friendly and

This Weekend at Wave Hill

SAT, FEBRUARY 28    FAMILY ART PROJECT: GIVE THE WINTER BIRD A HOME AND A FEEDER Learn about how local birds survive the winter. Which ones stay and which ones go? Using recycled materials, make a little home or feeder for those who stay, and decorate it with natural materials to welcome in your new feathery friends. Free, and admission to the grounds is free until noon. WAVE HILL HOUSE, 10AM‒1PM

Family Ski Time with Arctix Bottoms

We had a blast skiing in the Pocono Mountains recently and thanks to Arctix Bottoms we stayed warm and comfortable. If you’re looking for affordable ski pants for the entire family, check them out at www.arctixbottoms.com. Luis has even been wearing them to work on some of the brutally cold days in NYC! Arctix Bottoms sent us pants to review for our trip and we were so happy that they

Spotlight: Midwest Crochet

As handmade items have become all the rage, we thought it would be fun to feature a designer who has gone beyond the basics and created pieces that can even be seen on celebrities in Hollywood. Michelle Costa was born and raised in NYC- spending much of her childhood in the Bronx. She’s been crocheting and knitting since her fingers were big enough to hold a hook, and she now owns