1 – Not for kids, you’ll get looks
2 – Stop by, bring the kids, but not for long
3 – Sure! Bring the kiddos, you’ll both have fun
4 – Made especially for kids
Price Point Ratings:
$ – Real affordable
$$ – Worth the extra cash
$$$ – A little more than we wanted to pay
$$$$ – Real pricey
Reviewed: August 29, 2012
Price Point: $ – Real Affordable
Recently my little peanut turned 3. What do you get the toddler that has it all? (And how does a nearly 3 year old already have it all?) We found the best bundle offering the most bang for your buck from tollytots.com. The Toddler Rapunzel and the Ride ‘n Drive Shopping Cart offer satiety for Avery’s first desire which is to be a princess and second desire to be a little mommy. But wait, it gets better…these items are functional too. Because their size is small to medium and therefore mobile we’re often caught strolling through our local grocer with both in tow. That’s right Avery gets to push her own cart which means she’s completely occupied and with an interactive life skill nonetheless. (Not to mention the adorable looks we get from grandma’s galore).
The best part about tollytots.com? They offer baby and toddler versions of nearly every Disney princess your daughter is obsessed with, including the most recent princess – Merida from Brave. You absolutely cannot go wrong.
Reviewed: August 29, 2012
Kid-Friendly Rating: 3 – Bring the kiddos: Because these designs are versatile for both mom and child
Price Point: $$ – Worth the extra cash: Her stationary cards are hand-made and hand-cut by Angel herself.
It is not possible to love designs more than I do those of Angel Stottle. After discovering in college her ability to make an idea appear even more beautiful on paper than in conception I’ve been following her career. I continue to be blown away by what she puts out into the design world. What’s more is not only can she produce good design but she makes designing your own stationary, invites, brochures, promotional materials, and even wall art a breeze. Ever thought you had an amazing idea for a party invite or a thank you card but lacked your Graphic Designer designation? Angel’s got you covered. Check out her website, follow her on pinterest…you won’t be disappointed.
Reviewed: April 21, 2012
Kid-Friendly Rating: 3 – Sure! Bring the kiddos, you’ll both have fun
Price Point: $$ – Worth the extra cash
This adorable little chocolate shop is just the place to swing by on a Saturday stroll through Village Point…with the kids! Good atmosphere and lovely decor. We didn’t know it was possible for chocolate to be so pretty. Distract your little one with a peanut butter and strawberry jam confection while you make your own box of gorgeous chocolates for any occasion that requires. Move over last minute, drug store box of candy…you’ve been replaced. My fave? Dimori Sambriano, dark chocolate from Madagascar with notes of berries. Fancy!