Good things come in small packages (hello, little baby), but baby’s essentials (sunscreen, shampoo, body wash) seem to be supersize only.
Which means when it comes to air travel, the TSA has the right to confiscate your ecofriendly baby body wash for sensitive skin I special-ordered online for this trip and can’t get anywhere else; please don’t take it, sir.
Unless, that is, you shop at 3floz.com, the website that specializes in beauty products available in TSA-approved sizes. The go-to for in-the-know travelers has just added kids’ goods to the mix. Fill your Ziploc with popular selections from lines like Md Moms, Little Twig, and Lather. Everything from gentle body wash to a mineral-based sunscreen is available in a size that meets airport security standards — and yours.
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Fiona’s Fairys Birthday Parties
What: Plan a soiree at the whimsical boutique with refreshments, dress up, and entertainment.
Why: Wizard and pirate costumes ensure your little man doesn’t feel left out.
When: It’s time to sparkle.
Where: The Piazza at Schmidts, 1050 N. Hancock St., ste. 80. Reservations (required) to email@example.com. Cost starts at $75.
Summer Wonder Series
What: Catch high-energy performances that focus on cultures both near and far.
Why: This week Tom Lee’s storytelling is a passport to exotic Asian lands.
When: Thru Aug. 11. Wed., 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: Penn Museum, 3260 South St. (215-898-4001). Reservations (recommended) to 215-746-8183. Adults, $10; children, $6; under 6, free.
Dreadful Things Happen
What: Maurice Sendak’s drawings bring the Brothers Grimm tales to life at the new exhibit.
Why: His delightful illustrations are anything but a nightmare.
When: Thru Nov. 7.
Where: The Rosenbach Museum & Library, 2008-10 Delancey Pl. (215-732-1600). Adults, $10; children, $5; under 5, free.
Photo: Courtesy of 3floz.com