Ever since your little starlet arrived on the scene, her every move has been analyzed, discussed, and documented. Poor thing. It’s like living in a fishbowl.
Or the Vetro (that’s “glass” in Italiano) from Nurseryworks. Save for a few stainless steel screws, the crib is 100 percent acrylic, which means that baby has a transparent place to chill while her biggest fans keep watch.
Nurseryworks declares it a piece of art that’s the perfect complement to the modern home. And we agree. The showstopping sleeper is paparazzi worthy in every way — from its mod design to its fancy-pants price (we’re talking four figures).
On the off chance your housekeeper and stylist are both on vacay, there’s no need to fret: The high-grade plastic is smudge resistant.
Making it a low-maintenance addition to your home. Clearly.
What: Find an expertly edited selection of ecofriendly clothing, gear, and furniture at the new boutique.
Why: Send her off to camp with an animal-emblazoned lunch box.
When: Tues., Wed., Fri. & Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thurs., 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: 188 Needham St., Newton (617-467-5860).
Let’s Move Outside Family Fitness Day
What: Hitch a ferry to Georges or Spectacle Island for kite flying, hiking, and other outdoorsy fun.
Why: Your little city slicker could use a getaway.
When: Sat., 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: Depart from Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion, 191 W. Atlantic Ave. (617-223-8666). Ferry tickets online at bostonharborislands.org. Adults and children 12 and up, $14; children 3-11, $8; under 3, free.
Go Wild with Zookeeper
What: While the film is in theaters, book Hotel Commonwealth’s package that includes a deluxe suite and tickets to the Franklin Park Zoo.
Why: Kiddos get a kick out of seeing animals that star in the locally filmed movie.
When: You’re in search of a roaring good time.
Where: 500 Commonwealth Ave. Reservations to 617-532-5019 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Family of four, $359; each additional child, $40.
Photo: Courtesy of Nurseryworks