I am feeling particularly grateful this holiday season. My children are healthy, they’re happy and well-adjusted (most of the time) and we’ve made some huge progress figuring out how Kate’s diet affects, not only her moods and her behavior, but also her ability to learn. Life is good. But the thing that has me most excited right now is my new nonprofit, called Big Hearts Big Soles Inc.
Let me tell you the little story that got the whole thing started. I was dropping off some items I was donating at the Salvation Army—did I mention I’m a Thrift Store regular? They are my favorite place to buy clothes for myself and the kids, books and furniture. I love a project, like an old shelf, to repaint and fuss with until it looks like new again. Or if not new, funky will work. Anyway, I digress. I happened to overhear … Read More
We are thrilled to introduce The Ocean Collection. The Collection includes 5 wriggling and writhing, sleek and shimmering new prints and 2 new colors (see below). We published a spirited and colorful read-and-singalong book that brings the characters from the prints to life in a whale of a tale about a Clam Jam Band. The book can be purchased individually or is included for free with the purchase of any of our Ocean Collection Packages. We are introducing the new colors and prints in the following diaper lines: Duo Wrap, One Size All In One, and One Size Pocket. Select colors and prints will also be available in the Diaper Pail Liner and Wet Bag lines.
New Colors & Prints
Collection Package Details
Contents for the Ocean Collection Package are consistent for each product and are available in our Duo Wrap, One Size All In … Read More
My husband’s company encourages it’s employees to take care of themselves. Our health savings account is credited when we get annual physicals, take online health assessments and even exercise. To motivate us to exercise and remain active, they’ve given us Fitbits which we wear on our wrists. The Fitbit sends information to an app that we installed on our smartphones so we can see how many steps we’ve taken, how many calories we’ve burned etc. I like to call mine my microchip because it seems to know exactly what I am doing at all times. It counts each step I take, it senses and counts “active minutes” which I assume means when I am doing something other than walking—like jogging. I’ve logged plenty of active minutes when I wouldn’t consider myself being active but maybe it’s counting running up and down the stairs to help Cooper on the potty and … Read More