Posts Tagged ‘ ’

Win a ‘New Year for New Moms’ Gift Basket

Monday, March 7th, 2011


This giveaway is now closed.  Congratulations to our two winners: Mae A. of North Carolina (boy basket) and Pamela Z. of Illinois (girl basket). 

We’re collaborating with to celebrate new moms of 2011! is giving away two gift baskets full of sweet, well-crafted, and unique goodies. 

One basket will be filled with sweet items just for girls, worth over $400, with these items:

BOY-BASKET.jpgOne basket will be filled with adorable goodies for boys, worth over $380, with these items:

Whether you’re pregnant, you just gave birth, or you know a new mom, you have a chance to win one of two baskets for a newborn.  Post an answer to the question, “Who is the special baby boy or girl arriving in your life?” in our comments section from now through March 18. We’ll choose two winners in a random drawing.  Click here to read the complete contest rules. Goody luck!

Add a Comment

Hanukkah Gift Guide from

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

Wooden Torah toy setStill looking for unique Hanukkah gifts? We love the Hanukkah gift guide that has pulled together. Founded by a coterie of women and moms, is a new online marketplace that sells unique and affordable handcrafted, high quality children’s toys, clothes, and products from boutique artisans (some who are parents themselves). 

Each product is carefully selected to be fun, educational, family-oriented, and environmentally friendly–think the indie appeal of crossed with the mass-market appeal of  Plus, allows you to create customized gift wish lists for your children according to age and gender, so as your children grow up, the lists automatically change to reflect their age. 

For the remaining days of Hanukkah, you can invest in brown suede ankle booties to keep your tots warm, a wooden holiday puzzle set to challenge minds, and a colorful Torah set or a Shabbat set to teach Jewish values.

Even as you peruse the Hanukkah gift guide, don’t forget to help your kids celebrate the important meaning behind Hanukkah.

Add a Comment