Mama Maker: Leah from LCeeeDesigns

Leah is a lawyer by day and a mom of three boys who embraces life’s chaos with the same resolve that her Midwestern home is known for. So much so, that a particularly messy plane ride with her first-born led to creating LCeeeDesigns and its first product, The Flipping Holder. It all started when Leah… Continue reading Mama Maker: Leah from LCeeeDesigns


Designing Better Baby Products

When moms and dads design baby products together, you get the best of both worlds: intuition to create better products for their own children, and determination to bring their innovation to families around the world. This is especially the case at Nenu Family where two sets of parents set out to create well made, well… Continue reading Designing Better Baby Products

Accessories · Clothing · Feeding · Gear · Pacifier

Mama Maker: Haylie from Bee Bear Children’s Designs

Maintaining quality and family time is top priority for Haylie, while she mindfully grows her collection of Texas-sewn nursing sleeves, paci bibs, and teething necklaces.  She relies on her husband to hold down the fort while she spends one week a month at the Dallas Market sharing her wares with the world.  Haylie’s idea to… Continue reading Mama Maker: Haylie from Bee Bear Children’s Designs

Accessories · Feeding

Sippy Cups with Straws

Straws make learning to drink from a cup much easier. We figured this out early on while taking our toddler to restaurants. And with a lid, the combo is great for slowing down spills! A good friend sent me a Lollacup to try, since they’re made in the US and popular in her family. Turns out they’re perfectly… Continue reading Sippy Cups with Straws


Stepping Up to the Plate

Mealtime is an adventure when toddler hands get involved, so here’s a perfect plate for divvying up finger food whose eventual fate is on the floor. Re-Play Made In USA 3pk Divided Plates with Deep Sides for Easy Baby, Toddler, Child Feeding – Sky Blue, Aqua & Green (Under The Sea) I’ve become a fan… Continue reading Stepping Up to the Plate