2011 Holiday Gift Picks: Gifts for Babies

There’s nothing quite as special as baby’s first holiday, right? If you’re looking for a special keepsake to commemorate the occasion–or just a cozy gift for a new winter baby–here are some of my favorites:

Personalized Baby Long Johns ($21.99, sizes 6-24mos at Personal Creations)

Personalized 1st Hanukakh Tutu Set ($54 at Chasing Fireflies)

Baby’s First Christmas Block ($18.50 at Craft-E-Family)

Alpaca mouse hat & mittens ($38 for the hat, $36 for the mittens at Giggle)

Reindeer Sherpa Pram (on sale for $19, was $38, sizes NB-9mos at Carters)

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2 Responses to 2011 Holiday Gift Picks: Gifts for Babies

  1. john says:

    Hello this John
    Where can I get all these nice stuffs? Please tell the me the shops along with its opening hours

  2. Hans says:

    I was not the only customer who felt the prudoce was over-watered. HE told ME that customers tell him vitamins and minerals are washed away with water.That’s what I’ve said to your employees for years. Some literally water it like a yard in summer, talking to customers and not paying attention.He told me to say something. I said I’ve talked to employees, emailed, left notes til I realized NO ONE WILL DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT.Water should never be dripping off greens. I’ve set them in my cart and they are still wet when I check out, nearly an hour later.I wonder if the prudoce personnel actually ever eat a salad or use fresh veggies in any capacity?I told him I buy most of my prudoce at the farmer’s markets where the prudoce is out in the fresh air for HOURS and NEVER SPRAYED with WATER.Farmer’s market prudoce lasts for many days longer than the Co-Op’s. I am single, money always tight, and I see no reason why the Co-Op, like other stores, insist on drenching greens!Have you looked at green onions, spinach, beet greens? I won’t buy green onions at the Co-Op cos they should last a week, but usually many of the green part are already wilting.I had to put ALL my greens in various colanders for over an hour at home. I had to wipe my beets with paper towels and set out to dry too. I can’t get as much organic prudoce at my local farmer’s market. So once a week I venture to the Co-Op. I make juices and rather use organic. I just don’t know what to do. I want to support the Co-Op, but what about helping those of us who really want fresh organic veggies to last longer, but can’t because your employees insist on over-watering.So sad, but think how many other customers buy at the outdoor farmer’s markets instead of the Co-Op? You are losing money.Do you care? I do . . .

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