(Haunted) Tours for Kids: Vanderbilt Museum and Planetarium

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We took a day trip to uncover the historic life and summer home of the Vanderbilt’s on the northern tip of Long Island. The mansion is bursting with history, artifacts, spectacular views, and even their own multi-million dollar planetarium. Here’s why you’ll want to add it to your must-do list: Tour the house The mansion is a [...]

Spaghetti Squash How To Cook

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I was in the Hamptons the other week making my rounds to all the farmer’s markets before heading back into the city, when I overhead a lady holding a spaghetti squash and how to cook it. I almost lost my sh** when the farmer told her to just “pop it in the microwave for about [...]

Why I Choose To Be A Co-Sleeping Parent

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Ever since Max was born, he’s slept by my side. Breastfeeding will do that to a mother. Who wants to get up every two hours during the night to walk into another bedroom? Plus, when Max was first born, we had a one-bedroom apartment in New York City, so his crib was always in our [...]

What’s That Smell? Fresh Wave to the Rescue {Giveaway}

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So if you’ve been under a rock, or are just tuning in – I live in NYC. The city with the smallest available living space humanly possible. Then throw in a kid. Seriously, you think you have a lot of stuff? Get knocked up. The next worst part? Kids smell. And they’re messy. Thankfully we [...]

Germs, Kids and City Living – 5 Tips To Remain My Friend

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Listen I am FAR from a germ-a-phobe. I let Max eat dirt. As long as it’s DIRT and not NYC sludge. There is a difference. I try to prevent putting deadly germs in mouth. Plus, it’s cold/flu season, so let’s all do each other a favor and just remember to try and keep the germs [...]