Kid On The Town
Culture For City Kids
We love books! These are a few of our favorites for gifting and reading. All are visually strong enough for babies, complex enough in text and meaning for older kids, and much read and loved in our house. Visit our Amazon store for more favorites (and sign up for Amazon Prime’s free 30-day trial for […]
Baking is one of our favorite activities to do as a family. Since we can’t be eating cupcakes everyday, here are some recipes for healthy, sugar-free, high-protein treats, great for on-the-go fuel and group playdates. Most are free of common allergens.
Just like their parents, kids love portable technology. There are lots of great inexpensive, educational apps that turn your device into a secret weapon to get a cranky kid through long restaurant meals and plane rides. Here are a few of our favorites. Click on the app name for more details and purchasing information (free apps aren’t usually worth the ads or limited functionality), then watch with amazement at your kids’ technical prowess.
Babywearing is an essential practice for active NYC parents. With the baby securely snuggled against their chest (or hip or back), moms and dads on the town can navigate stairs (they’re everywhere!), narrow aisles, puddles and public transportation with ease and two free hands. But the hundreds of options can be as hard to navigate […]
Once your little chunker outgrows his infant car seat (or if you’re not going to be in cars much and want just one seat for the baby and toddler years), you need a convertible car seat. Our recommendations for city kids: Combi Coccoro The Combi Coccoro Convertible Car Seat has high safety ratings, and at […]