Héctor Serrano’s Air Heads Animal Balloon Set
never met a kid that doesn’t like balloons. So these Air Heads Animal Balloons are sure to be a hit. They are made by London-based Spanish designer, Héctor Serrano and come as a set of six including each animal pictured above. A+R Store is carrying them. Pick up as set, pretty much a no brainer.
Photo: A+R Store
Esp No. 1 Organic Chimayo Hoodie
Esp No. 1’s Organic Chimayo Hoodie make it hard to not get excited for fall. Well, at least for the fantastic clothes that are showing up all over the place. This Chimayo-inspired knit is made in the USA out of organic cotton french terry and is sold at Thumbeline. Super comfortable with a cool print – guaranteed to be a major hit.
assortment of decor for kids (and grown-ups too!) over at Paper Plane Home. From the decorative storage bins to the fun little apple pillows, I’m smitten. I’ve added pretty much everything to my wish list. Thanks to Milo Makes for introducing me to this little gem of a shop.
Photos: Paper Plane Home
Rom & Ren Kids Handmade Tank Tops
cool basic from Rom and Ren Kids found on good old Etsy. This little set of tank tops has 2 entirely different prints; one shark teeth, the other hearts. Handmade and offered in 2 color ways (black/red or black/royal blue). Completely unisex in my opinion – girls throw on with a tutu, boys rock with your swim trunks. It’s one of those pieces that can be worn so many different ways. Sweet with a bit of edge, a total keeper.
I just want to curl up and hide in a little tent all day. As a kid you might just get to have that option, so why not do it in this chic LA TENTE from Caroline Gomez?
Photo: Caroline Gomez
Gro Slouchy Pocket Sweatshirt
every piece Thumbeline is carrying from kids’ brand Gro. The line is full of stylish pieces like balloon pants, ballerina skirts, slouchy sweatshirts, and so much more. Totally cool, easy and super comfortable. Seriously, minority obsessed, if only they came in my size.
Gro Star Leggings
Gro Ballerina Skirt
Deluna Lily Suntop
and very sweet line of clothes for little ones. The London company, Deluna was started in 2010 by Luca, a mother of two. The line is inspired by travel and each collection is available in limited quantities. So when the fabric runs out, they’re on to the next design. Silhouettes are classic with a modern twist. Adorable, and with the limited production, likely to not be rocked by all the other kids on the playground.
Deluna Kimono Dress
a great source for inspiration and MAKR does it again with this plant holder. Plants can easily brighten up a home, but if you’re like me and don’t have much space, have frisky pets or a curious kid, it can get tricky. This plant ring can be put out reach so you can still enjoy the beauty.
the best things ARE free, and thanks to smaller I am now a fan of Tinkerlab. I’m someone who is always searching for creative activities to do with my daughter, and Tinkerlab will definitely be my new resource. Written by arts educator and mama of two, Rachelle Doorley, this site is full of art projects, science experiments and activities to get the imagination going in kids of all ages. A new favorite!
Miss White & Bow Jovi Doll & Kiki Doll & Snoop & Polly
in Copenhagen founded LuckyBoySunday in 2007 on, get this, a Sunday. The duo designs a line of cuddly toys, pillows and more that are then produced by a talented group of women in Bolivia using 100% baby alpaca. All items are intended for a child’s room, but cool enough that if a piece ends up in the living room, it’s okay. And seeing as that’s pretty much inevitable, LuckyBoySunday’s a brand parents will be happy about too.