Friday, January 29, 2010
Known to be the Grateful Dead of kids music the Fuzzy Lemons were rocking out in Brooklyn this past weekend. They took the stage at the Knitting Factory creating sweet beats that were having parents and children groovin' and movin! But fret not dear music lovers. The 'buck' didn't stop there. If you missed them this past weekend you can still turn those lemons into lemonade and check them out on Saturdays at 11am at the Knitting Factory, in Williamsburg or you can look for upcoming shows here-http://www.thefuzzylemons.com/ Enjoy & Play Nice!
Leave it to Mommy Poppins to have it all figured out this Valentines Day. And with Valentines Day Cards soon to be filling up kiddies mailboxes you want your little ones cards to dazzle, glitter and well look pretty darn cool! So, umbrellas lifted to Mommy Poppins for the wonderful post on "Valentines Day Ideas: Free Clip Art For Kids Crafts and Cards".
Check it out because you're simply going to L <3 V E it!
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Valentines Day is just around the corner and what better way to give to the littlest one you love then by giving a BKLYN Yard's Heart Tag Tee!
To sweeten the deal any and all Bklyn Yard gear will donate 10% of all sales to H.E.L.P (Haitian Education & Leadership Program). An organization providing scholarships to top high school graduates that could never afford an education. In light of the recent tragic events that have occurred in Haiti we feel this is a great opportunity to give to an organization dedicated to empowering people with an education and offering them the ability to give back to their country. We can help together!
more info on H.E.L.P: http://www.haitianeducation.org/
Monday, January 25, 2010
It's way tutu cool that Bklyn Yard will be selling their hip T's and onesies on
waytutucute.com! This adorable online boutique was created by Heather Castillo, owner of waytutucute.com, when she realized that there were other designers out there who had amazing things for kids and wanted to develop an online boutique which showcased such pieces. Thus, what began as a fantastic accessory (the tutu) for her daughter spiraled into a boutiuge where you can not only find great T's and Onesies for children but also some fun gifts for mom and dad too (and honestly, who doesn't like presents?) Take a look-waytutucute.com
Start your new year off on the good foot with fun times on the cheap. Every first Saturday of each month the Brooklyn Museum hosts "Target Firs Saturday's" which offer free admission fromp 5pm-11pm. This event is full of art and entertainment for adults and kiddies alike. So, check it out as this evening is the first Saturday of the New Year! Do it Up and Do it Right!
A little bird (aka the Brooklyn Eagle) told us that Gumbo, on Atlantic Avenue, has got it going on this winter! You can take the wee-ones there to fight those indoor blues. There is a pleuthora of activities that'll keep them happy. They have Rolie Polie Guacomole's, Brooklyn newest kid band, playing some jams for the kids to move to or you can have them learn sign language at Baby Fingers, African dance, crafts and infant cpr. Put on that winter coat and hat and visit Gumbo @ 493 Atlantic Ave or give them a buzz 718.855.7808 to find out the fun going on! Play Nice.
Brooklyn's Botanical Children's Garden is certainly not hibernating this winter! While certain animals, plants and flowers snooze through the cold months the Garden is in full bloom with activities abound. Little ones have the opportunity to work in the green house, plant in cold frames and explore the garden! Definitely a place to visit this winter! The kiddies will love you for it. Check it out for more details-http://www.bbg.org/edu/children/childrensgarden.html
Bring on the fun to the inside-naturally! Yes, you can run, jump, spin and play at some of Brooklyn's Hip Indoor Play spaces! There are plenty of activities for the babes to enjoy all over town. Check out Best of Brooklyns listing of the best of the BEST! http://gocitykids.parentsconnect.com/parents-picks/brooklyn-new-york-ny-usa/best-brooklyn-indoor-playspace#!
Play Nice while hanging on in!
Friday, January 22, 2010
Hats off to 2010! It's early but it's been a good year this far for BKLYN
Yard! What we are most excited about right now is getting our goodies ready
to sell at the hip children's boutique in Williamsburg, Brooklyn Smoochie
Baby ( http://www.smoochiebabynyc.com/).
If in the neighborhood be sure to stop in and check out our Heart Tag tees, Hydrant onesies, Hunny Pies tees and a few others. We are busy bees sewing, ironing tees and making sure everything just right for our wonderful customers! Stay tuned for the
exact launch date! And until then Play Nice!
Monday, January 11, 2010
Sunday, January 10, 2010
For the early risers and the ones with little ones, Williamsburg's egg is a child friendly restaurant on North 5th between Berry. Egg opens at 10am and is a full house by 10:15. If you do end up having to wait a few for a bite it is worth the wait.
Hipsters, children, momma and poppa bears will all be smiling with every bite especially with the beignets to kick off your meal! The grits and the hash browns are a couple items on the breakfast menu not to miss.
If egg does not grow it themselves at thief 6-acre farm in Oak Hill, New York they get all of their produce from local artisanal farmers. Organic and free range is the way Egg rolls. Nobody hates that. In fact, we applaud it.
For more info on egg and thier farm check out the links below..
the egg blog: http://www.pigandegg.com/hayloft/
Sunday, January 3, 2010
Come Celebreate 40 years of sunny days thanks to Sesame Street. The Brooklyn Public Library is hosting the party (aka exhibition -Nov. 14, 2009-Feb. 21, 2010) where you'll find the original book art from the publishing archive; photos, scripts, show props, animation cels and sheet music! Stop by and visit your ol' pals Elmo, Oscar, Snuffy, Big Bird and the whole gang and wish them a Happy Birthday!
BKLYN Yard wants to salute Free Arts NYC. A Brooklyn based non-profit dedicated to enhancing and reinvigorating the imaginations of underserved children. This great organization uses a unique combination of educational arts and mentoring programs designed to help them realize their full potential.
Thank you Fine Arts NYC for making a difference in a youngsters life.
Play Nice and check 'em out..
The 'day of rest' just got a little easier. Bring the little ones out to breakfast at Baco Cafe in Dumbo, Brooklyn, to enjoy their 'family morning' happening on Sundays at 11:30am. Kids can enjoy themed songs, book readings, games & prizes. The menu will also make those taste buds happy (and when we say 'everyone' we mean you too mom and dad!).