Wrap up your nursery with these floor-to-ceiling finds.
Anna Sova Food Paint
Breathe easy knowing these paints are made primarily with food ingredients and are free of harmful chemicals. The vanilla milk shake aroma is safe for mamas-to-be and babies; and with unlimited colors to choose from, you’ll get results that look as good as they smell (Green Living, 1904 Abrams Parkway; 214-821-8444).
Art by Ashley G.
Childhood fantasies of friendly creatures living in the woods behind Grandma’s house inspire these simple, monochromatic prints that add just the right touch of whimsy (Little Bean, 5308 Junius Street; 214-370-9111).
Stella Stackables by Q Collection Junior
Tuck away toys in wooden storage cubes that double as decor. Mix and match colors for punch or use one solo as a side table (Baby Bliss, 6721 Snider Plaza; 469-232-9420).
Miss Jennifer’s Storytime
What: Preschoolers get hooked on books, songs, and crafts.
Why: Read between the lines.
When: Wed., 10:30 a.m.
Where: Barnes & Noble, 7700 W. Northwest Hwy. (214-739-1124).
Materials & Me
What: Aspiring artists ages 2-4 learn how rocks are used to create art.
Why: It’s material.
When: Fri., 6-7:30 p.m.; Sat., 1-3 p.m.
Where: 1717 N. Harwood St. (214-922-1200).
Nutrition from the Ground Up
What: Dieticians dish advice to parents on fixing nutritious breakfasts, snacks, and brown bag lunches for munchkins ages 3-8.
Why: Eat it up.
When: Sat., 10 a.m.-noon.
Where: Willie B. Johnson Recreation Center, 12225 Willowdell Dr. (214-670-6182).
Photo: Courtesy of Anna Sova Home