Listen, kids, you can press your luck and ask for a double-scoop ice cream cone for dessert, or you can press your favorite ice cream between two cookies for a bite-size snack (not even two inches wide) we can all agree on.
If life is a beach, then the line of Peruvian swimwear for littles is heaven. To-die-for details like sewn beading and tulle adornments turn each design into a bathing beauty. Bikini bottoms favor a less-is-more approach, so be sure to sunscreen the tushie.
We’re just sayin’: Most kids’ sunglasses take the cool out of shades. But the new collection of eyewear looks like grown-up styles shrunk for little faces. Plus, it has 100 percent protection against UVA and UVB rays.
We’re pretty sure the conversation between these two kids goes something like this. Kid No. 1: “Dude, my Fohawx Mohawk would look killer on your helmet.” Kid No. 2: “Cool, dude. I’ll just un-Velcro mine, and we can swap.”
“Hi, I’m a beach robe from Down Under, where we spend a lot of time throwing shrimp on the barbie and playing in the water. So believe me when I say I know how to really soak it up. Some might even describe my threads as thirsty. Cheers, mate.”
We got extra cozy with the debut collection of the soft Turkish organic cotton jammies last year, so we were over the moon to discover short-sleeve pj’s added to the line. Designs include fishies, floral, dots, and stripes in color combos for boys and girls.
There are so many reasons to enjoy being a little girl. However, having to go pee (or worse, have your diaper changed) while wearing a wet bathing suit is not one of them. Thank heavens these swimsuits have snaps down there — allowing for easy, breezy potty breaks.
What you lose in outerwear, thanks to the change in the season, you gain in things to schlep. The shoppers and totes from the upstart collection are lightweight, beautiful, and roomy. We’ve been using ours at the farmers market but expect it to pull double duty once the beaches open.
“Keep your eyes on the road” takes on new meaning with this front-row seat. Made for the littlest of co-pilots (up to 3 years old or 33 pounds), the bike seat has an interesting vantage point, thanks to the fact that it attaches to the front stem of your ride.