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'There are no Grown-Ups' by Pamela Druckerman
  It really is a funny thing getting older and having older children. Babies and toddlers keep us so busy that we don't have a lot of time to think, and though it is exhausting and exhilarating at the same time, it does have the benefit of distracting us from the realisation that we are ...
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'Hats of Faith' a book by Medeia Cohan and Sarah Walsh
Hats of Faith is a beautiful new board book which celebrates the shared custom of head covering in different faiths around the world. The book, written by Medeia Cohan and illustrated by Sarah Walsh, aims to educate children about diversity and tolerance  in a simple, endearing way -- highlighting all the different types of hats with ...
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Our '9 Months' book is out now!
  Hooray! Our 9 Months book is finally out and available to order! Above is a little promo video we filmed a couple months ago (before Wilkie!) where we explain the inspiration behind the book, and you can see some sneak peeks at the pages inside. As we mentioned in an earlier post, we have spent ...
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9 Months: A month by month guide to pregnancy for the family to share
About 2 ½ years ago, Courtney and I met with the lovely Rachel Williams (publisher of Wide Eyed Editions and Frances Lincoln children's books, and creative brain behind a whole lot of amazingly beautiful children's publications), and she asked us the following question: if we were to write one non-fictional book for the children's market, what would that book ...
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Sanctuary by Wendy Marloe and Joanna Chen
I recently came across this newly published book written by Wendy Marloe and Joanna Chen and it's really got me thinking. It's also inspired a really interesting conversation with my girls - What is your special place? Sanctuary is inspired by the notion that we all have a special place - a place of refuge; a ...
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Jemmy Button by Jennifer Uman & Valerio Vidali
I think real life is usually a bit over-rated – in the fact that ‘stories’ can be so much more exciting than ‘real-life’ could ever really be. But this ‘real-life’ story is really quite remarkable. In the early 1800s Captain Robert Fitzroy set sail from England to the islands of Tierra del Fuego (South America). ...
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Design Mom's book 'How to live with Kids: A room-by-room guide'
A few months ago my friend Gabrielle Blair, the famous Design Mom, asked me to share some photos of our home, for the use in the book she was working on. I was super flattered to be asked, because I have been a Design Mom fan from the moment we started blogging. Gabrielle is so ...
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Where’s the Pair? by Britta Teckentrup
Courtney wrote about The Odd One Out by Britta Teckentrup and I bought it immediately – Otto loves ‘looking’ books and particularly ones where he can get involved. I love them too – these moments sitting and chatting to my 3-year-old over a book are all too precious. How they chat at this age is ...
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Secret Garden, an intricate colouring book
My mom bought this Secret Garden colouring book for my kids last year and it was recently rediscovered when we went through our crafts cupboard last week during the move. My kids (especially Quin) have enjoyed colouring in the intricate colouring pages, and the end result is so pretty I've started hanging up all of their ...
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Rosie Revere, engineer
My kids (and I) love the book Iggy Peck, architect, so when Andrea Beaty wrote a sequence called Rosie Revere, engineer, expectations in our household were high. And Rosie did not disappoint! The main character, Rosie Revere, dreams of becoming an engineer, but is very insecure and practises her skills in secret in the attic. ...
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Blog2Print Photobook
As you might have noticed Esther, Courtney and I quite like to blog. In fact, it was Courtney who introduced me to the concept of blogging way back when our eldest kids where only a couple of months old. Since then, we started Babyccino, but have also continued our personal blogs documenting all major events ...
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Madame Pamplemousse and her Incredible Edibles
Sometimes I have slight nostalgia pangs to the days when my children were cute, cuddly little babies, but I do love seeing them grow up and start discovering new things all the time; books being one of them. We did a huge tidy up in the kids room over the holidays and gifted all the ...
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Aspen's Roots
Did you know that a new aspen tree is not started from a single seed like other trees, but as a root sucker generated from other existing roots beneath the ground? And that, because of this, aspens grow in groves where they are all related (clones) of each other with intertwining generations (grandparents and great ...
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Build The Human Body
My oldest has a birthday coming up. Eight! It sounds so big to me! He's at that tender age where he is no longer a little kid in a needy way, but yet he's still so naive and blissfully unaware of 'cool'. Still happy to hold my hand as we walk into his classroom and ...
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Addicted to green smoothies!
My sister recently suggested I read Green for Life by Victoria Boutenko. She said the book had changed her life! (How's that for a recommendation?!) Ms. Boutenko is a raw foods pioneer and natural health advocate. She writes about the immense health benefits of eating more greens -- how they eliminate toxins in the body ...
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The Best of Making Things
I am becoming such an Instagram addict. I've never done any other form of social media before now (I still don't have a Facebook page!), but I can so see the appeal in Instagram. It's so fun to keep track of friends and family through daily photo updates, and I've even made entirely new friends ...
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Simply For Flying, a children's logbook
My husband and I were laughing the other day about how when we were little, we hardly ever went anywhere on holiday that involved getting on an airplane. I think Disneyland was about as adventurous as we got when I was little (I still remember how excited I was to hop on that plane!). How ...
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Enchanted Wonders iBooks for kids
I recently had the pleasure of sitting down for tea in my kitchen with the lovely Ayala Homossany, the author/creator of the Enchanted Wonders interactive iBooks for kids.  I loved sitting with her and looking over the book,  seeing all the little details and features on each page. Ayala's passion as an author, educator and ...
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Monkie
Ava got this book, Monkie, for her second birthday 2 months ago and it has been such a hit with the entire family. It's written (and illustrated) by the Dutch Dieter Schubert, and the beauty of the book is that it doesn't have a word of text. The beautiful images however make you want to ...
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Me and My Cat by Ekaterina Trukhan
Ekaterina Trukhan recently got in touch to share her first picture book with us. It's called 'Me and My Cat' and it's a sweet and sometimes silly story about a little girl and her best friend cat. I love the charming illustrations, and I think any cat-loving child will love reading about their everyday adventures. ...
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Little Things to Sew by Oliver + S
I was super excited to have stumbled across this little sewing book on the Oliver + S website this evening. It got me all excited about doing some little sewing projects! I love the styles of the Oliver + S patterns and I have been admiring them from afar, but I have neither trusted my sewing ...
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Funny finger worms from Hervé Tullet
Ava got this little book 'The Game of Finger Worms' by Hervé Tullet for Christmas and she absolutely adores it. The concept is so simple (a hole in the book through which you can stick your finger with a little face drawn on it), but the effect on a 19-month-old is so big! She has ...
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All Around The World Sticker Book
This past weekend, while scanning our bookshelves for a new book to read... we stumbled upon a book we weren't familiar with. I think this book was given to one of my boys as a birthday gift last year, and somehow it ended up on our shelf before we had time to open it. Anyway, ...
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Earlier this week, a successful beauty blogger in the Netherlands, Nikkie de Jager @nikkietutorials publicly announced that she is transgender. A very brave thing to do and was incredibly impressed by her story and the way she chose to share it. If you haven’t seen it yet, there is a lot to learn from Nikkie’s coming out video on youtube. It is an inspiring message from a strong roll model, addressing young people who feel insecure, misunderstood or simply not in the right place. It is about acceptance, respect, hearing and understanding each other, about writing your own story, about the power of being yourself — whoever you are and whatever you are. It is also about the importance of supportive parenting. Nikkie shares that she is intensely grateful for her mother, who always saw and heard, listened and understood, respected and supported her in her choices and in her transition. We have always tried to be straightforward in discussing sex and reproduction with our children, and open about the idea that heterosexuality is just one shade of a wider spectrum of diversity. Thanks for the new blog post @estherbabyccino ... what are your thoughts? Comment below and link is in bio. #babyccinokids #thursdaythoughts
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Here’s a video of our latest ShopUp in East London (shot and edited by our lovely and talented friend Nadine Brandt). It encapsulates the ShopUp atmosphere really, really well, and it makes us so excited for the next one!
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Our beautiful new book, '9 months: A month by month guide to pregnancy' for the family to share, is AVAILABLE NOW! You can order it here: UK: http://amzn.to/2n6eCT7 / US: http://amzn.to/2nVWOZo / AUS: http://bit.ly/2nDYggy
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Check out the cool vibes of our Shop Up event in London in December!
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Our 2nd live shopping event in Brooklyn was amazing! Great shopping, delicious treats, tons of kids activities and a super cool family photo booth!
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Esther shows us her recipe for delicious mint syrup.
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Our live shopping event in London at Chelsea Old Town Hall in 2015 was a big success and so much fun.
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Here we show you how to harvest rhubarb from the garden, and make it into a delicious compote. If you make oatmeal at the same time, you have made a delicious and nutritious breakfast that your family will love! (Ours do!)
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This gym bag is such a fun and easy project, also for beginners this is a nice sewing project. Esther, Emilie and the kids had so much fun going to the market choosing all the supplies. The fabrics from Little Cube are the cutest!
3 years ago
Our first live shopping event in Brooklyn was a great success. We loved seeing the best boutiques under one roof, combined with great food and fun activities...and some dancing! Hope to see everyone this year again on September 18th & 19th at 501 Union, 501 Union Street in Brooklyn.
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