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If it’s your first time exploring New York, one of the easiest ways to get familiar with the iconic landmarks of the city is to take a guided tour and that’s where CitySights NY can help. Last week I had the opportunity to hop on the CitySights NY Twilight Cruise (90-minutes) and took in the sights of New York.  Even though I grew up in NY (Brooklyn to be exact!) going on the CitySights tour was a huge treat and is indeed now one of my favorite things to do. ...

With the school year coming to a close for summer break, routines and structures will soon be coming to a close and its indeed oh so bittersweet.  Which means we are now ready for some freedom..freedom to party with friends at BBQS, visiting local carnivals, exploring beaches and playing in the park, way beyond bedtime. One of our best summer experiences to date, is when we visited our cousins in Florida. The kids (and even I) had experienced a few firsts when we had visited, which made it that much more memorable....

After you shaked and boogied with these DIY maracas aka shakers, you must enjoy some delicious Sombrero Cookies – another super easy and inexpensive project to do with your little ones! ...

Last week, I attended the Kate Spade flagship boutique located on 789 Madison Avenue to view their Spring collection, I also had the opportunity to meet with fellow bloggers while sipping on champagne and mini cupcakes (delish!)..what an awesome way to kick off the spring season!! photos by Jonathan Castellanos  ...

The 100th day of school finally arrived and the kids couldn’t be happier with the fun activities that were waiting for them when they entered through the decorative 100 day sign.   Throughout the week the students created a 100 day quilt with 100 water colored pieces. B’s is #66.   Related Post: 100th Day Of School DIY Project Looking for some great classroom activities? Try these.   100 Fruit Loops Necklace:  What You Need: Box of “Froot Loops” or other similar rainbow-colored...

Do you remember last year’s Dr. Seuss preschool project? Well, since the kids and I had such a blast celebrating all things Dr. Seuss, we just had to keep the tradition going.  So in honor of our most recent favorite Dr. Seuss tale, we decided on The Lorax – check out this easy and most treasured arts and craft project to date. ...

This has been a very full year. From turning 41, loving my clean eating habits, Lil B entering Kindergarten, meeting new mom friends, increased my love for fashion, staying sane with two active boys, to launching a kids only site it’s fair to say 2014 has been every growing. We have a lot planned for the new year.  Thank you for all your commitment to reading my blog, encouragements, and support, I couldn’t have done it without you. Here’s to a FAB 2015!   P.S....

‘Tis the season for being merry but, isn’t there a time and place for being a little too merry? Today, I am going to share with you the do’s and dont’s that are boss-approved for you and your guest. ...

On behalf of Duane Reade I was invited to attend a Beauty Blowout event at Salon Ziba located in Midtown New York City to celebrate the the launch of Women’s Rogaine Foam. In support of their product launch, beauty bloggers were treated with complimentary blowouts and express nail services. Co-hosted by celebrity hairstylist and Women’s Rogaine® Spokesperson Jill Crosby. Passed Hor d’oeuvres and cocktails were served as bloggers were taught tricks and tips on how to get thicker fuller hair. Browse...

Happy Halloween!  Yikes…the day were us moms look for ways to make this day a family affair (remember my ode to Jersey Shore) and while theres a panic to figure out what to wear for the night out with the kiddies, here’s just 5 last minute halloween costumes that are not only POSH but wallet friendly! ...

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