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There are many, many, many pros and cons to bringing a pet to come live with you. Living in the city or a small apartment means another being in an already tight space. We would love to have a dog, but since my husband and I both grew up on farms, the idea of a dog who has to go on walks and has no sense of freedom is a tough sell. And I’m allergic to cats so that decision is easy. But every kid needs to grow up with a pet – right? When Peep was about 2, I … Continue reading
The Astro High Chair from Valco is a very economical and modern high chair which would be a great addition to a small space. Two words: IT FOLDS. Yes, it folds down into nothing and can be easily stored when not in use. I love that style doesn’t always come with a high price tag. When it is in use, the dimensions are 22.4″W x 31.5″D x 37.8″H and folded down it becomes 22.4″W x 31.5″D x 6.7″H. There are a number of places to purchase this online, and the price range is between $129 – $149, so it is on … Continue reading
Once the heat turns on, I forget how dry my apartment becomes. The static hair should be my first clue, but every year I forget. Humidifiers for the apartment and especially one at night makes all the difference – particularly when your little one gets a cold (as in they get it in November and it goes away in May). Most that you can buy today are cool mist, although I chose a warm mist one as it helped my daughter’s colds more. Here are a few that I love – some for adult space and some for kids. Stadler Form Fred … Continue reading
Peep was kind of a grab and go kid. I breastfed. She didn’t spit up or have huge diaper accidents. If I left with her, I could literally just leave with some diapers, wipes, my breasts and her. Which meant that I was pretty free to use any bag I wanted. The Skip Hop Pronto! changing station was the best thing I owned during this time. I cannot say enough great things about it – it has just enough room for about four diapers, some wipes and a couple of other small things like extra socks or gas medicine. It is probably the … Continue reading