Our own little young MC was looking ready to bust a move with some street performers–in half of his new Polarn O. Pyret stripes set–the other day in Washington Square Park. He fit right in! PO.P (one of our sponsors) sent him the matching top and bottom for Christmas jammies, but we’ve been using them as separates all week. I really do love the Swedish company’s children’s clothes and am excited that they are opening up two brick-and-mortar shops in New York–one in Tribeca and one on the Upper West Side. Their saying that “there is no bad weather, just bad clothing” is something my friend Amy first said to me when I was moving to the East Coast, and I try to keep it in mind all winter. (DesignMom wrote a much more extensive post about the brand that made me curious about their clothes a while back.) This weekend is supposed to be sunny, but quite chilly. Time to start pulling out the right clothing.
Also, Aron asked me to marry him six years ago today! Surest “Yes” ever. Have a cozy weekend, all of you!
Here are some of my recently starred items (and a couple of other things):
It can be so wonderful following Stephanie down the rabbit hole.
Joanna makes the best gift guides! One day, when we have a yard, I want the glow-in-the-dark bocce ball.
I do think our neighbors might kill us, but holy geez this is the sweetest thing ever.
Liz shows you 10 ways to DIY a glass ornament; of course I want to make time capsules. (Even though I already save and document everything.)
An apres-ski igloo? Awesome.
If I ever make space for trivets, these will be the ones.
Also, if I were ever to get around to making an advent calendar, this…
Priceless post-its. (via Abbey)
I’ve been wanting a new Castor&Pollux wallet, but now I’m also eyeing their maggie bracelet for future wish lists. (via Joslyn and momfilter)
Jamie’s trip to Disneyland produced some awesome photo-videos. (What are those called?)
Such cute family photos!
Congrats to Will on his West Elm feature and thank you so much for mentioning us!
And, finally, here’s how the whole thing goes. Because if you’re like me, you’re now stuck on “Ok Smarty, go to a party…”