The first few months of parenthood are like one long hangover, without the happy hours or wine-soaked dinners. What makes it tolerable? The charming baby gurgles.
Inspired by their infant daughter and her adorable ramblings (glug, glug, glug), Kristen and Luis Pena founded Glug clothing in 2004. And now, for the first time, the entire collection is available online.
Focusing on comfy fabrics, easy-to-wear designs, and modern graphics, each season Glug guarantees the fit and feel will pass muster with even the pickiest 3 year old.
Look beyond the signature tees and discover roomy cords with snap-back pockets, empire-waist dresses that rest easy over leggings, and this season’s standout: a cozy, sherpa-lined hoodie.
Suffice to say, we’re gaga about it all.
Available online at glugcollection.com, $20-$50.
What: Budding fashionistas create fabric crafts during Toddler Thursday.
Why: No thimble means fumble-free fun.
When: Thurs., 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: High Museum of Art, 1280 Peachtree St., Midtown (404-733-4444). Adults, $18; children, $11; under 6, free.
The Lighting of Atlantic Station
What: Hitch a ride on a miniature train and see Santa flick a switch to illuminate tons of twinkly lights.
Why: The imaginary flurry of snow still causes the shivers.
When: Sat., noon-9 p.m.; tree lighting, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Atlantic Station, Central Park, 171 17th St. NW. Admission is free.
Borders and Build-a-Bear Workshop Charity Drive
What: Buy books and toys from the store to be donated to local children in need.
Why: Pick up the cuddly Hal Moose for your own munchkin, too.
When: Thru Dec. 24.
Where: Locations online at borders.com.
Photo: Courtesy of Glug Collection