This week’s darling is 11-month-old Bennett Rose! Here she is showing us her spunky side in Le Top’s ‘Playful Pups’ dress.
This little darling has a very outgoing and bubbly personality. She loves listening to music and playing with her favorite toy – the good ol’ remote control. We are told she regularly makes herself laugh for no reason. She’s quite the entertainer! Read more on “Le Top Darling of the Week: Bennett Rose” »
“A Potty for Me!” by Karen Katz. Source: Simon & Schuster
Have you started potty training your tot yet? There are lots of ways to go about doing this. But before you dive right in, be prepared to have A LOT of patience. I have been down this road twice, and the approaches that worked for my son, were different than the approaches that worked best for my daughter. One child took longer than the other and one had a much easier time with nights. With my son, I had a tough time since I was working full time and his daycare didn’t share my philosophy and methods on how to best potty train a child.
To the parents who are about to tackle this big job – this is the blog post for you!
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Pretty in pink! Our Darling of the Week is 2 ½ month old Claire! Here she is blossoming in her pink headband and Le Top swing top and pant from our Flora Rosa baby collection!
We are told she is a calm, content, and shy little baby. She loves cuddling with mommy and daddy and laughing when they say “Good Morning!” She likes playing with her elephant toys – of which she has many! Her favorite food is: MILK! Read more on “Le Top Darling of the Week: Claire” »
Our Radish Cross Front Dress from our Eat Your Veggies Collection.
If you are living on the sunny side of our country, you may be thinking about doing some Spring gardening projects with your tot. In Northern California, it’s a good time to start planting vegetables like radishes, broccoli, beets, leeks, lettuce and kale. These are all delicious and healthy veggies to cultivate, eat and enjoy with your family.
Toddlers really enjoy taking part in gardening projects. I mean, what could be better than being given the OK to play around in the dirt? What fun it is for a tot to squish the soil in his hands and make new discoveries. Your toddler can use a little rake for gathering the leaves from the selected area before you start the planting process. It’s good to provide kids with small-sized tools, or adult-sized ones that are lightweight. Sometimes you can find small watering cans at nurseries or even toy stores. Make this an easy task for toddlers!
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Our Darling of the Week is ready for lift-off in his retro-inspired aviator jacket! Two-and-a-half-year-old Weston is happy, independent, and adventurous and shares his darling looks with his identical twin brother.
Weston enjoys jumping on the trampoline and sliding down large slides. His favorite snacks are apple crisp and goldfish crackers. Weston’s favorite toys are his books! One fun little fact about Weston is that he likes to talk in a monster voice! Read more on “Le Top Darling of the Week: Weston” »