Baby came home from the hospital and took to sleep without so much as a snore.
Hey, a mom can dream, right?
Make bedtime feel like a breeze even when it’s not, with airy linen and cotton crib bedding from Matteo. The L.A.-based company’s just-launched Bambino collection is a modern take on classic embroidery and lace detailing. Made to order from luxurious natural fibers like Egyptian cotton and Baltic flax, each piece is hand cut and sewn before being garment dyed for that elusive vintage look and extra-soft feel.
Standouts include a crib set inspired by Brazilian wedding hammocks and the Folk bumper and comforter with hand embroidery detailing. For simple elegance, the classic white is just right. Or if you’re trying to achieve a serene nursery, the plum and sage may be just what you need to lull baby to sleep. Talk about a dream come true.
Available at Matteo, 912 East Third Street, between South Garey and South Vignes Streets (213-617-2813 or matteohome.com).
Brian Vogan Concert
What: Quirky tunes for cool kids and their parents.
Why: Geekdad named Vogan’s Little Songs one of the best kids’ CDs of the decade.
When: Wed., 7 p.m.
Where: The Levitt Pavilion Pasadena, Raymond Ave., b/t Holly & Walnut Sts. Info at 626-683-3230. Admission is free.
Pasta Puppet Musical
What: Kiddie rockers The Pop Ups lead an adventure through Brooklyn in search of pasta sauce ingredients.
Why: A pasta factory, a Big Wheel race, and tunes from the band’s new album, Outside Voices, make for one epic journey.
When: Wed.-Fri., 11 a.m. & 3 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., 1 & 3 p.m.
Where: The Electric Lodge, 1416 Electric Ave., b/t California & Milwood Aves. Tickets online at brownpapertickets.com. Adults and children, $10.
Momologie and 1969 Kids Summer Saturdays
What: The Gap pop-up shop delights with vintage sweets, a photo booth, and free frosty treats.
Why: Kiddos customize their own tees with on-site screen-printing while mom saves 20 percent.
When: Sat., 2-4 p.m.
Where: 1969 Kids, 107 S. Robertson Blvd., at Alden Dr.
Photo: Courtesy of Matteo