Caos Magazine, Issue Number 10 Interviewed Sara for a top ten list of Melbourne.
The Independent: The Top 50 websites and blogs for parents.
(Listed at #4!)
“Four mothers in four European cities blog daily about children, style and life. Not enough hours in the day to catch up with friends? Catch up with these urban mothers instead!”
Cookie Magazine: Loves our city guides!
Totsy’s Place: Voted Babyccino #7 of the top 100 British Parenting Blogs.
Ohdeedoh Listed Babyccino as one of the Best Design Blogs of 2008.
Today’s Mama: Listed Babyccino as one of the Best Blogs of 2008.
Milk Magazine: Newsletter
“The first lives in Italy, the second in London, the third in Paris, the fourth in Amsterdam and the fifth in New York. Together they add up to Babyccino, a blog run by 5 trendy mom friends. They take turns talking about their latest discoveries in the five corners of the world, be it about fashion, design, activities, restaurants or travel tips… They will come and share their finds here on Milk Magazine — a collaboration worth watching out for.”
Cookie Magazine: Going Places Blog
“When four smart, savvy friends (and new moms) found themselves scattered across Europe in London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Milan, they wanted to keep in touch and share all of their fashion obsessions, travel tips, and must-have products (like seriously spill-proof sippy cups from Tommee Tippee and stylish sneakers for moms by Emma Hope) with their fellow urban moms around the world. So, in February they launched the Babyccino blog, where they have posted guides to each of their cities (perfect for planning a family vacation!) and theme weeks like traveling with kids (idea: try wrapping up cheap toys to keep them happy during a long-flight).”
Italy’s A magazine
Mentions Babyccino Kids in an article about online shopping for children.
Australia’s Real Living magazine
“100 Kid-Friendly Ideas and Best Budget Buys to Keep Them Busy All Summer Long”
Listed as one of six great blogs: Babyccino is “a little bit of everything!”
Milk Magazine: One page feature.
“Babyccino’s story is a bit like that of Carrie Bradshaw and her girlfriends but with a “kids and the city” flavour.”
“…living in four different corners of the globe, their expatriate lifestyles mean that they are pros at traveling.”
Little Fashion Gallery Look Book vol. 2
“Four countries, four different styles, one blog. The Babyccino girls live in four different countries spread across Europe. What unifies them is their love for style, and yet each one of them has a slightly different idea on how to dress their children…”
A one-page feature on the different children’s styles in each country.
Glamour Magazine, Italy 2-page feature
“They’ve had children but haven’t given up their “first” lives: young women with the desire to do things–to go out and enjoy life.”
“…they have a blog where they share the tricks of being a mum without giving up your social life!”
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