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“An exclusive collaboration from Shopbop, Vogue, and 22 top designers. 100% of the profits from this women’s and children’s collection will go toward Born Free’s mission to end mother-to-child HIV transmission at birth.  The M∙A∙C AIDS Fund will match all donations and the total purchase price of all products sold, up to $500,000.”  We can’t think of a better reason to shop…this is serious feel-good spending.  Here are some of our favorites styles for kids and baby…not to mention lots of great pieces for yourself!  –CC

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One of our daily reads is Who What Wear, and we so enjoyed their recent post “21 kids who dress better than you.”  Full of adorable tots (some of them seriously in Satorialist-worthy fashion) along with a dose of comical commentary from their Editors. We spy our friend, designer Lindsey Berns‘ niece in the post… nice styling with the Birkenstocks! Read on for some seriously stylish babes.—CC

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Images via Who What Wear

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Previous postOscar Chic Next postShopbop + Born Free

With Spring officially upon us, we figured it a perfect time to highlight some of the warm-weather-wears from the ever-chic Oscar.  Let this serve as inspiration for your wish list of spring clothing for your little ones. What we love about these pieces is that they are just as perfect as dressy attire as they are for wearing as every day attire—from festive florals to the most essential basics.  The collection mixes and matches beautifully and pairs well with boy/girl sibling options. A few of our favorites below.—CC

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Previous postRomp Around Next postStreet Style

One of the things we love most about summer is how easy it is for your children to simply throw on a one-piece.  Our go-to site for block-print clothing is Rikshaw Design.  We’ve both adormed our girls in these rompers when they were babies, and now they’ve made the rompers and jon jons available for a bit older set…up to 2T.  So perfect for the beach or running around outside, now your little one can wear these a little longer!—CC

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Previous postEaster Weekend Next postOscar Chic

Wishing you a wonderful Easter, Passover and Spring weekend.  We hope you are spending yours with people you love.

Xx Christin & Natalie


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Previous postNesting Next postRomp Around

When we heard that Marie Chantal was launching the brand’s first-ever diaper bag, The Nest, we knew it was going to be good.  We have a sneak peek to show you, as well as a way to put yourself on the waiting list to receive one of these beauties when they are available (hopefully within the next week or so!) Besides the fact that we pretty much love anything Marie Chantal creates, this bag delivers on everything you want in a diaper bag—available in either hearty canvas with leather or sleek and indestructable nylon, the bag offers six pockets (including one for bottles and your phone), stud feet, and stroller strap or shoulder strap—it checks the boxes on our list of important features.  This is a bag that will be with you for years to come.—CC

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Previous postUnique Sneaks Next postEaster Weekend

We spotted these sneakers at the Playtime New York children’s trade show and thought they were too cool for school.  Maá shoes are handmade in Spain and have a wonderfully whimsical sensibility with their combinations of colors and patterns.  They are definitely an investment, but the quality is superb and look like they just get better with wear and tear.  For boys and girls, these sneaks will add that special something to any outfit.  –CC


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Previous postHere Comes Peter Cottontail... Next postNesting

…hopping down the bunny trail.  And here comes Easter right around the corner.  There are so many adorable outfits for this time of year, it was really hard to pick only a few.  So here are the highlights–a few of our favorites.  Tis the season to don the pastels, ruffles, lace, smocking, gingham, bow ties, white and linen.  Enjoy dressing your littles ones this holiday…these are moments and photos to be treasured.  –CC

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Previous postThe Beaufort Bonnet Company Next postUnique Sneaks

“Once upon a time…generations ago in the graceful South Carolina Lowcountry, a simple yet elegant baby bonnet pattern was cut carefully from plain brown paper.”  Presented originally as a baby shower gift this heirloom bonnet pattern was shared, and in 2009 The Beaufort Bonnet Company was born.  The perfect combination of Southern traditional style with wonderful function and practicality, these hats for both boys and girls are beyond dreamy.  Sun hats that work and stay on baby and toddlers heads are not easy to find, and we think these are ideal.  Super shady and perfectly adorable.  –CC

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Previous postCarnegie Hall Family Event Featuring Natalie Merchant Next postHere Comes Peter Cottontail...

I am proud to be a Carnegie Hall Notables committee member and a family event co-chair, but particularly thrilled to invite CC readers and friends to this years spring event featuring Natalie Merchant and the music and lullabies from her latest book Leave Your Sleep.  Being in this landmarked space with the music and the storytelling is truly a memorable New York moment for the whole family.  Not to mention the loads of fun at the after party with face painting, cookie decorating, a themed photo booth and more.  Space is limited, so please make sure to click here and purchase your tickets right away–I look forward to seeing you there!

And inspired by the theme of the book, we have also included a few of our favorite spring pajamas…perfect for after the event when everyone is tuckered out.  xx, Christin

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