A book that my kids love AND that teaches them how important rest is?! That's a win-win. Get "Cali Needs Her Rest" locally at Northshire Bookstore on Broadway in Saratoga Springs, and to read an interview with author Kenny Goodwin Jr. click the button below.
I love these Ester-C Kidstiks, simply mix them with water and they're a yummy (read: my kids will actually drink this) way to boost your child's immune health and help them get the essential nutritional support they need every day. Find 'em locally at Healthy Living Market and Cafe, visit them online by clicking the button below.
Okay you guys know I'm a sucker for seasonal decor, and at Saratoga Paint and Sip studio you can create your own super cute fall and winter door hanger! The beauty of it is that it's two sided so you can just flip it from fall to winter once the time comes. I'm thinking I might personalize mine with a monogram because OF COURSE. Click the button below to register before it fills up! Oh and ps, also on their November calendar is a paint your own wine glass!!
I've been meaning to get to a nail salon FOREVER, but with a baby it's a little tricky. The other day I found Mineral Fusion's Shimmering Shale nail polish at Healthy Living Market and Cafe and fell in love. This polish is free of those nasty chemicals that other mainstream polishes have, it's 100% Vegan, Toluene Free, Camphor Free, DBP Free, Formaldehyde Free AND Cruelty Free. For this super duper easy manicure I put a coat of a clear pink on, then topped it with a quick swipe of Shimmering Shale just on the tips. It's supposed to be a little messy looking which is really perfect for my not so great manicuring skills. Plus you don't even notice when it chips. Done and done. Click the button below to visit Healthy Living Market and Cafe.
This little powder can be a lifesaver for stress. Mix it with juice or tea and feel the calm return to your afternoon, naturally. Read more about it here on Mamatoga, and find it locally at Healthy Living Market and Cafe in Saratoga (plus it's 20% off on Thursdays!).
Want to decorate Easter eggs with the kids but would rather skip the food dye? Check out the Easter Egg Coloring Kit by Color Kitchen, available at Healthy Living Market and Cafe with Easter egg dyes made from herbs and plants.
Color Kitchen's vibrant dyes color eggs within seconds, making a rainbow of color combinations! The kit has enough color for 1-2 dozen eggs, plus 3 mixing brushes and an egg decorating booklet is included. Oh and the ingredients? Just cabbage, radish, and annatto extracts, non-gmo maltodextrin. Now hop to it mamas!
I love all of the Little Unicorn Bamboo Muslin Swaddles, but this pineapple print has really stolen my heart. Perfect for a warm weather baby on the way, find them locally at The Bundle Store before they sell out!
The bunny ears were cute, but really it was the gold glitter elastic that sold me on this bunny dress up kit from Meri Meri. Just in time for Easter, these wearable felt bunny ears on a gold elastic headband and pom pom tail are too sweet to pass up. Find it locally at Northshire Bookstore on Broadway in Saratoga Springs.
How about this for a super cute way to let someone know the gender of baby to be?! These Push-Pop Confettis™ from Thimblepress have pink or blue confetti housed in the middle of the push-pop that is covered by the gold foil stamped label. Gold confetti are on both visible ends of the container to ensure the gender is not revealed until you decide! When ready to reveal the gender, remove the shrink band and the lid and push the pop stick upwards (serve it like a volleyball with a little UMPH!). As the confetti flies and lands, the gender will be revealed with the color that was once concealed!
Find these locally at Paper Dolls of Saratoga, 438 Broadway, Saratoga Springs