In fact, I sort of forgot that she can actually do stuff now and should probably lay her on her stomach and stimulate her with more than just my fine large nipple.
"I guess we could put her on that activity mat now, huh?"
You'd never guess I'm on my third kid.
Margery Margs (as my daughter has named her and which we all now call her) is a happy content little girl.
"Did the other ones smile this much?" the huz asked me.
No, clearly they did not.
In two months, there might be huge changes to the world of toys and handmade goodies, many of which (along with my amazing partner Liz) we've searched out and shared with moms, dads, and whoever else decides to stop over at Cool Mom Picks.
Back to February of 2006, it started as "Cool Mom Shit" (seriously) as a way to find cool shit (creative, I know) and share it with my tens of readers. Thanks to Liz, our amazing group of writers, and awesome readers that care about what we have to say, it's now a place that allows me to not only support my family, but just as equally support amazing artisans, handmade designers, and moms. Lots of moms.
But thanks to the CPSIA, in two months, all of those cool gifts and gear that I love so much will be illegal.
Talk about regulation at its not-so-finest.
So please help us save handmade toys, accessories, clothes, and goodies. We've created a resource page to offer more information, related posts, and suggestions on how to get involved (like placing that button on your blog -- c'mon it's cute, right?).
With about five minutes of your time, you could really help contribute to allowing this artisans, designers, and all around cool people continue to sell their products, like the cute hat my daughter is wearing (made from recycled sweaters).