Ah, the conundrum of the 2000′s – somehow I swear this week didn’t even happen. I feel like I. Just. Wrote. a Friday post! Arguably, when I sit still for five seconds and think about it, this week was quiet and lovely. I finally found my Mojo – which had been MIA, lost somewhere in the early January snows – and with Mojo in hand I’ve been taking names and numbers all week long. I think I checked more little to-do’s off my many lists this week than I have in the past 9 months. Whew! Spring is really doing me good! How about you guys? Is Mother Nature clearing your personal cobwebs?
This week’s links seem to be subconsciously curated in the colors of intense blue and hot pink. Secret psychoanalytical problems regarding boys versus girls? Or beautiful Spring palette? You decide!
- Babyology said it well, it’s the ultimate arctic experience - this has got to be the dream winter camping trip of kids everywhere.
- Swiss Miss found these Barbapapa Nesting Dolls, and I think I may have a new obsession to go search.
- I’ve loved the Mozartkugel wooden musical ball forever and a day. The price has stopped me thus far, but when you love something for years … maybe it’s time to give in. Thanks for the reminder Babyccino Kids.
- If I had these Aerograms from the Hungry Workshop in hand, I’d be sending mail to everyone I know (but mostly tome, so I could keep them all). via Poppytalk.
- We’re considering a new camera (OH the blog post POSSIBILITIES!) and seeing Little Miss Heirlooms sweet Close Ups post has me so inspired. I’d also like to move into her obviously well-decorated house.
- If it’s Scandinavian, I’m bound to love it. Paul & Paula just introduced me to Momoll – another cute wooden furniture and toy line to love!
- And a bonus link this week: “Calling All Young Inventors! Kids, ‘tweens, teens, and college students…” Edison Nation, a submit your invention contest, looks like an inspirational opportunity for the creative kids in your life. Pass it along and enter today! (There’s a category for adults too, if you’re feeling left out)