Apparently, being a parent can create a ton of waste. Like, whoa (guys, just think of all the dirty diapers and takeout containers … ). And while some of it is unavoidable, choosing the right products for both you and your kid that make less of an environmental impact isn’t. It’s actually kind of a no-brainer, right? But when you’re brand new to this whole parenting biz, how do you even find those companies that take eco-mindedness to heart for both you and your little?
Let’s be real: Kids clothes are cute. Damn cute. I know they get messy and stained, but it doesn’t stop the fact that littles look freaking adorable in tiny outfits. One place I love to ogle kids clothes is Tea Collection, and online retailer that specializes in making kidlets look beyond adorbz. I’m prone these
If you’re homies with me at all on social media (no? Why not? Hit me up on Twitter or Insta!) then you saw that I done run off and got hitched on May (the) 4th (be with you). #MFE and I had been planning on getting engaged — at the very least — this year but with
Allons-y! It’s no secret I love Doctor Who — my house is adorned with T.A.R.D.I.S.es (TARDI?) and at least half of my T-shirt wardrobe consists of items the Doctor-related. And there’s no chance in Raxacoricofallapatorian that our kid won’t learn to love the Who, too. While I’ve been mulling over different ways to decorate #babything’s