Lucky Jade Owl Cotton Cashmere Blanket

Lucky Jade Owl Cotton Cashmere Blanket

Leslie Pitts of Lucky Jade has furthered my appreciation for owl imagery with her Owl Cotton/Cashmere Blanket. I think my emotional connection towards owls stems from two main things from my youth: 1.) an old skool bedside owl lamp that I would use to read stories before drifting to sleep 2.) the inquisitive owl from Tootsie Pop commercials. I am sure it is not just me, but if you combine the wise, old, nostalgic owl with cotton and cashmere, you have one heck of an amazing baby blanket. Don’t have quite the same connection to owls as I do? Perhaps your baby would enjoy Feathers, Twiggs, Trees, or maybe a hoodie instead. Cozy up to all Lucky Jade items on DP.

  • Thank you, Oeuf Sparrow Crib Conversion Rail, for extending the life of such an awesome crib for a few more years. I was just home visiting my 2.5 year old niece and the little gal is starting to use a real bed, but the transition... Thank you, Oeuf Sparrow Crib Conversion Rail, for extending the life of such an awesome crib for a few more years. I was just home visiting my 2.5 year old niece and the little gal is starting to use a real bed, but the transition hasn’t been easy. She is actually using the top portion of a bunk bed that I used while growing up complete with carvings in the wood, stickers in hidden spots, etc. I think it helped knowing that the bed was once mine, but I think it would have been much easier for her to transition “to a big girl bed” if her crib converted into a toddler bed.

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  • When I was born, I don’t think the notion of wrapping me in clothes decked out with bright and bold Fauna style animal prints would have even crossed my mother’s mind. Not even in the least bit. Maybe sweet baby bears and ducks, y... When I was born, I don’t think the notion of wrapping me in clothes decked out with bright and bold Fauna style animal prints would have even crossed my mother’s mind. Not even in the least bit. Maybe sweet baby bears and ducks, yes. Not vivid replicas of a real squirrel, elephant or sea turtle. Oh, no. Kids these days…so lucky!

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  • Baby times are upon us and Lucky Jade has just the right baby gift: cashmere/cotton blankets and apparel. I have a new nephew/niece on the way out so I am on the hunt for something new. I kind of have a feeling the little critter ... Baby times are upon us and Lucky Jade has just the right baby gift: cashmere/cotton blankets and apparel. I have a new nephew/niece on the way out so I am on the hunt for something new. I kind of have a feeling the little critter is a boy so I have nicknamed him Winston. Wouldn’t Winston look wise, witty, let alone wonderful in an Owl Coverall? Match his coverall with a Raccoon cotton/cashmere blanket and I think this sweet boy is set (for a few months at least!).

  • I have developed a sixth sense: spotting Bugaboo strollers from miles away. No joke! What makes this special ability even more amazing is that 1.) I don’t have kids 2.) I don’t have the itch to have kids any time soon and 3.) I do... I have developed a sixth sense: spotting Bugaboo strollers from miles away. No joke! What makes this special ability even more amazing is that 1.) I don’t have kids 2.) I don’t have the itch to have kids any time soon and 3.) I don’t have an eye for any other type of stroller. I have no idea where this ability came from, but ever since the special skill began I have been prone to letting all friends and family around me know that a Bugaboo stroller is within a mile radius of me, whether they have interest or not. I guess spotting a Bugaboo stroller is like eying your favorite type of car, or bike or jeans. Speaking of jeans…how about a Bugaboo stroller in denim! Yes, you heard me correctly. Denim!

  • Have you had enough of all the new DwellStudio items? I don’t think so! DwellStudio has gone from covering your bed to covering your walls with their recently released wall art. If I let my creative juices go I’ll shower you with ... Have you had enough of all the new DwellStudio items? I don’t think so! DwellStudio has gone from covering your bed to covering your walls with their recently released wall art. If I let my creative juices go I’ll shower you with different ways these pieces could be arranged. How about a diptych of Gio Giraffe in Aqua and Petal, or a triptych of Jacks in all three colors, or a polyptych of Dots in Aqua and Lemon, or maybe a combination of all twelve pieces! (as seen here). I could go on, but I’ll spare you.

  • Bob and Nicole Springer of Spot on Square have succeeded in providing the next generation of designers (a.k.a. today’s wee ones) the perfect foundation to learn from. Their Hiya series and animal wall art are the essence of clean ... Bob and Nicole Springer of Spot on Square have succeeded in providing the next generation of designers (a.k.a. today’s wee ones) the perfect foundation to learn from. Their Hiya series and animal wall art are the essence of clean and simple without compromising quality, safety or the environment. It is more important now than ever for children to grow up in a serene environment, and Spot on Square is the perfect first step in creating that space.

  • DwellStudio Baby has just added a mass of new designs to their baby collection. I am not really sure where to begin with their impressive new pieces…from travel bags to diaper totes to zippered bags to interactive toys to bib and ... DwellStudio Baby has just added a mass of new designs to their baby collection. I am not really sure where to begin with their impressive new pieces…from travel bags to diaper totes to zippered bags to interactive toys to bib and burp sets to blankets to bottle holders, to (of course) new crib bedding! I have already made a list of the few items I want to get for my soon to be new niece/nephew and I picked out a weekender bag or two for myself to convert into a photographer’s carryall. The prints are brilliant, the sets are amazing, and I want to play with their interactive toys.

  • Some animals are not well-shaped to become kids' toys. Something about, say, beetles and eagles just isn't right for conversion into children's items. The silhouettes are too complicated, or too regular, or too...something. Giraff... Some animals are not well-shaped to become kids' toys. Something about, say, beetles and eagles just isn't right for conversion into children's items. The silhouettes are too complicated, or too regular, or too...something. Giraffes and elephants, though, and pigs, illustrate the kind of animal-outline whimsy that kids are often drawn to. Blow 'em up to 20 inches in the long direction and make cushions out of 'em with Dwell prints (in colorways of either pink, pear, and chocolate or chocolate, white, and pale blue), and suddenly you've got clean, comfortable, indoor-friendly versions of interesting outdoor animals. Your kids will want to hug them for years.