Earth Yoga introduces Little Earthlings

It won’t be long before every neighborhood in New York has a kids’ yoga program. (And that’s a good thing.) The latest is Earth Yoga NYC‘s “Little Earthlings” program . . . .

Yummy Mummy is now accepting medical insurance

Let’s give it up for the Affordable Care Act, which passed in August and allows families to pay for pricy breast pumps, breastfeeding supplies, and lactation support through medical insurance. The catch?

Kidville launches Mommies: 101

Some aspects of mothering an infant are completely instinctual. Others, not so much. That’s why we like the idea of Kidville’s new Mommies: 101 program . . . .

Ways to support local families in need this holiday

It’s an insanely busy time for everyone, but we know “helping others” is high on most New Yorkers’ lists this week. To that end, we’ve rounded up a few worthy causes that support children and families in ne…

Kidz Central Station aggregates NYC kids’ programs

There’s an undeniable absurdity surrounding toddler schedules in New York. And as we all gear up for winter registration, we applaud NYC mamas Lauren Pohl and Emily Levine for attempting to streamline the p…

Blue Apron launches in New York

One blessing of raising kids in New York is the not-too-shabby list of services aimed at making family cooking easier on busy moms. The latest is Blue Apron, a convenient solution for those who loathe meal …

Seasonal crafting activities for tots

It’s the most wonderful time of year—partially because there’s so much for the rugrats to do.

Bottle Rocket launches in Manhattan

Hanging out with new mom friends often leads to conversations about sleep schedules and milestones. (As it should.) But when you find yourself craving more sophisticated subjects, consider signing up for a …

The most effective ways to offer Sandy relief

. . . .There are literally hundreds of Sandy relief efforts underway. We’ve chosen to highlight a few well-organized initiatives that are focused on providing rapid aid to the most dire situations—and those…

Clafoutis caters to moms in birthday mode

In a perfect world, moms wouldn’t judge other moms on their kids’ birthday parties. But since that day will likely never come, we’re excited about a new resource that will appeal to outsourcers, DIYers, ove…

mio mio softens baby’s ride

Fans of cottony layette brands like Kissy Kissy and Baby Cottons will dig newcomer mio mio, which is bringing the immaculate, printed-pima cotton look to strollers.

A Q&A with Christy Turlington Burns

Christy Turlington Burns might be known for being gorgeous, but the model turned writer and filmmaker is way more focused on improving the global state of maternal health through her non-profit organization…

Halloween happenings that won’t terrify your tot

This time of year it’s nearly impossible to navigate the City with kids that are easily spooked. Still, there are a handful of tame holiday happenings that may coax wary tots into their costumes and out to …

The best numbers to call during tough times 

It’s been said that it takes a village to raise a child—or at least the advice of some really good experts. Here’s who to call when you need a little help with . . .

The Land of Nod is heading to SoHo

Starting November 2nd, The Land of Nod is briefly taking over the storefront at 136 Prince Street, to stage a holiday toy shop—the retailer’s first-ever New York presence.