Washington Square Park
April 21, 2016
Nestled in the heart of Greenwich Village ('the Village,' to New Yorkers), and marking the southern end of Fifth Avenue is Washington Square Park. With its recognizable arch and and large central fountain, the park has a storied history, and has evolved since its first use a public burial ground to a vibrant community space ...
Whitney Museum of American Art
October 22, 2015
We recently took our children to the new Whitney Museum of American Art and we were truly impressed. After spending 50 years in the Upper East Side, the Whitney Museum has recently moved to its new location in the cool and cosmopolitan Meatpacking District. The magnificent new building, designed by architect Renzo Piano, is located ...
Clementine Consignment Shop -- For Kids
May 9, 2010
I was thrilled when I found the Flying Squirrel consignment shop in Williamsburg a few months back as I thought it was such a great idea. How many of us have clothes that our children have outgrown or never even graced their bodies that are still in perfect condition? I think I can just safely ...
Belly Dance Maternity
February 22, 2010
Seems like everyone I know is having a baby all of a sudden. Funny how it always happens in waves. With "three being the new two" and "twins being the new singleton" in NYC, the maternity business is booming! When I was pregnant I was determined to remain somewhat stylish (well with the roots growing ...
January 26, 2010
This adorable little West Village shop is a perfect place to go for kid's haircuts – especially the very first one when most kids have the potential to totally flip out. Courtney wrote a post some time ago about a place called Tantrum which we visited during our stay in London and absolutely loved! Doodle ...
The Shoe Garden
August 22, 2009
My husband cringes every time he sees a tiny empty shoebox in the trash, knowing full well that I have just purchased something with a shelf life of approximately two months…. But heck – I ask you - is there anything cuter than a toddler shoe? I discovered The Shoe Garden a few years ago ...