Recap: #GivingTuesday Clothing Drive At The 92nd Y Sponsored By Mommy Nearest And Giggle


Photo Credit: Mommy NearestMommy Nearest Editor, Stephanie Barnhart and son, Maximo.

On this year’s #givingtuesday, Tuesday December 3rd, New Yorkers gathered from all five boroughs to attend the clothing drive held by Mommy Nearest, Giggle, at the 92nd Y to support Baby Buggy. It was a wonderful event that encouraged families to bring […]

A Time For Children Boutique In NYC

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Located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, A Time for Children is a quirky little boutique that carries designer clothing, accessories, books, and toys for infants to preteens. Fashion-forward moms will love the selection, with everything from cotton onsies by Petit Bateau to Trumpette socks and Robeez leather shoes in stock.

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Global Mala Yoga Summit In Newark, New Jersey

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Global Mala Summit New Jersey ( Photo Credit:

It’s possible to have a Jennifer Anistin yoga body, get tons of swag, win a weekend getaway, and help others in just 6 hours this weekend. Intrigued, well read on. This weekend, the 7th annual Global Mala Yoga Summit, a day of celebrating and […]

NYC Mother’s Day Brunch 2013

The always busy brunch at Beaumarchais (Photo Credit:

Mother’s Day is fast approaching (Sunday, May 12 to be exact) and nothing is more appropriate for the occasion than a nice sit-down brunch with the favorite lady in our lives. There are so many choices for where to dine in NYC that it can become a little overwhelming, which is why we’ve taken […]

Listen To Your Mother At Peter Jay Sharp Theatre In NYC On Mother’s Day

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This Mother’s Day the second annual production of “Listen to Your Mother” will be presented. “Listen to Your Mother” is a show dedicated to honoring motherhood. The production will feature leading local writers and performers telling their own experiences of motherhood and all of its complex and diverse journeys. These […]

Thyme Maternity Launches In NYC And Donates To Jessica Seinfeld’s Baby Buggy Charity

Vera Sweeney and Audrey McClelland team up with Thyme Maternity to helpe celebrate its launch in the U.S. Audrey spoke about her fashion and social media expertise at Thyme's launch event in New York City earlier this year. (Photo Credit: Getting Gorgeous!)

Printed tops make up THyme’s Spring 2013 fashions for moms-to-be. (Photo Credit: Thyme)

The International maternity fashion brand Thyme made its U.S. debut in New York City with a big celebration event and a special delivery. Hosted at the Crosby Street Hotel in SoHo, Thyme showcased its fashionable line of maternity clothes at […]

Harlem’s Independent Film House, Maysles Cinema Launches Fall Programs For Children

Albert Maysles

Located in Harlem, the Maysles Cinema is the only independent film house north of the Lincoln Center in Manhattan.

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Part of the Maysles Institute, the cinema provides independent film exhibitions as well as forums and discussions often attended by the directors of the films being screened. The Institute has forged […]

Luna Park At Coney Island

Luna Park

Summer may be slowly coming to a close, but that’s no reason to stop having fun. Go to the beach while you still can, and don’t miss out on all the exciting events at Coney Island’s Luna Park. Decorated with exhilarating and high flying rides, as well as more toned down ones from those […]

Recap: Jessica Seinfeld Hosts The 2012 Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash

Ali Wentworth, Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld

Ali Wentworth, Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld

On June 6th, Baby Buggy threw one of New York City’s biggest family charity events—the 2012 Baby Buggy Bedtime Bash. This year’s family-fun party featured carnival rides, arts and crafts, face painting, and other kid-friendly activities. Celebrities such as Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld, Mariska Hargitay, Tiffani Thiessen, […]

Plan A Day In NYC’s Central Park


I lived in New York City for over ten years before I had a child and made the move to Westchester. Although I am in the city several times a week, he is not. I remember being in my early twenties, living near Central Park and practically living there. I learned to rollerblade there–through […]

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