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  • I-Go I-Go - Photo

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    • mwilemon

      It must be REAL nice to have a baby and look like that afterwards, but enough about the picture. The I-Go is a brilliant idea for those new Mom's that are on the go and especially because baby can get really heavy. The I-Go is designed to cradle baby in a flat position while leaving you hands free. These are great for walks, shopping or even just a lunch appointment.


  • CYBEX i.GO baby carrier CYBEX i.GO baby carrier - Photo

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    • jooxi

      They make everything better in Europe, don't they? The Cybex i.GO is like a standard baby carrier, but it can adjust from the typical upfront, upright position to a more laid back, horizontal one. Sort of like pocket book, expect this one's carrying a human being :). It comes in a wide array of nicely named colors (Pictured is 'Malibu'). The site claims the horizontal position is ideal for infants up to 4 months; I would ask your doctor to confirm that. Personally I've always thought these baby carriers to be very cute; you see these babies in deep sleep with their limp little arms and legs hanging out - sorta like a kangaroo, these mommies are :)


  • Sia - I Go to Sleep Sia - I Go to Sleep - Photo

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    • BlueRabbit1234

      When I look up from my pillow I dream you are there with me Though you are far away I know you'll always be near to me I go to sleep And imagine that you're there with me I go to sleep And imagine that you're there with me I look around me And feel you are ever so close to me Each tear that flows from my eye Brings back memories of you to me I go to sleep And imagine that you're there with me I go to sleep And imagine that you're there with me I was wrong, I will cry I will love you till the day I die You were all, you alone and no one else You were meant for me When morning comes again I have the loneliness you left me Each day drags by Until finally my time descends on me I go to sleep And imagine that you're there with me I go to sleep And imagine that you're there with me


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    • litwit

      Oh my God, if it comes on wheels, I want it. No questions asked. I've ruined enough hardwood floors (and fingernails) doing the dreaded push, pull, tug, cry, and scream. It's not that I'm labor-averse, just lazy. And eager to be mobile.


  • Piaggio MP3 Scooter Piaggio MP3 Scooter - Photo

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    • andrewliszewski

      While the Vespa has recently seen a resurgence in popularity in crowded urban areas I have to say I'm more of a fan of its new sibling, the Piaggio MP3. Like the original Vespa the MP3 is compact and small which makes navigating crowded streets and finding a parking space a lot easier than with a car. But unlike the Vespa the Piaggio MP3 has a unique three wheeled design. It almost looks like a tricycle going backwards since it uses two wheels in the front to allow for greater stability and balance particularly when cornering. While the Vespa may turn a few heads the Piaggio MP3 will probably result in confused stares.


  • BMW M6 Convertible Kids' Cars BMW M6 Convertible Kids' Cars - Photo

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    • DLuxe

      Gone are the days when kids played with wooden toys, colored in coloring books and played with Barbie and GI Joe. Today, it seems to be all about hi-tech gadgets. From interactive video game systems and kid friendly cell phones to creating your own world online, anything with batteries or an electrical plug is where it's at. So parents, step up to the challenge and knock your kid's socks off with their very own car. And no, I'm not talking about a Power Wheel, I'm talking about a car. BMW has graciously brought you the M6 Convertible. It's available in two different versions - electric ($450) and pedal ($275). Both versions are single seaters, but the electric features an electric horn and speedometer with a top speed of 3 mph, while the pedal version will go as fast as your little tyke can pedal


  • Carrie Bicycle Basket Carrie Bicycle Basket - Photo

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    • trishienow

      Great functional Design!! love it. People are going to be so jelly after they see this bike basket!


  • Paradise Fibers-Ashford Joy Spinning Wheel Paradise Fibers-Ashford Joy Spinning Wheel - Photo

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    • paoakalani

      From paradisefibers.com: The Ashford Joy Spinning Wheel is the solution to portable hand spinning. You can take this spinning wheel with you wherever you go! Enjoy a great quality portable spinning wheel from Ashford New Zealand that won't break the bank. The revolutionary design is ultra light weight and folds up to fit inside a custom carry bag. I'll add that the bobbins are really inexpensive for this wheel which is a plus (about 1/3 the price of say...Louet bobbins). This wheel is very stable and a great choice for Features a built in lazy kate so you can leave your bobbins on it while it's in the carry bag which is a very convenient feature. The tension is easy to adjust and bobbins are easy to change. The ratios on this wheel will go fast enough to spin cotton. I should add Rachel here at the shop is spinning a skein of stretched merino (Optim) fiber and creating an absolutely magical skein of lace weight yarn. She personally prefers to use either our Lendrum here at the shop or the Joy depending on her mood and yarn she's trying to spin. You may want to check out the other portable wheels we offer here at the shop including the Lendrum Spinning Wheel, Victoria Spinning Wheel & the Kromski Sonata Spinning Wheel. Call us directly anytime with questions and ask for "Dad" as he is our wheel tech here at the shop.


  • McKlein USA W Series Glen Ellyn Leather Detachable-Wheeled Ladies Case McKlein USA W Series Glen Ellyn Leather Detachable-Wheeled Ladies Case - Photo

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    • wordsandmusic

      Great bag! Elegant but sturdy for travel, the wheels and handle are detachable, and the red leather gets comments wherever I go.


  • The Brass Knob The Brass Knob - Photo

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    • fawnellis

      “I recently restored two mantels I found at the Brass Knob, and underneath years of paint, there were two bisque angels and an incredible amount of detail,” says Washington, DC, interior designer Beth Peacock. “It’s impossible to find that kind of artisanship in new pieces today.” Peacock relies on the DC shop—and its 9,000-square-foot sister, The Brass Knob Back Doors Warehouse—for many of the projects she oversees, including a recently completed renovation on Capitol Hill for which she tapped the store for five fireplace mantels, not to mention lighting fixtures, door knobs and other hardware for nearly every room in the house. Those of us outside, or even way outside, the Beltway can go online to view roughly 60 percent of the Brass Knob’s store inventory of architectural antiques. The Web catalog includes hardware, several types of lighting, decorative tiles, ironwork, columns, bath fixtures and stained glass, among other categories—items that date mostly from the mid-1800s through the 1930s. Owners Donetta George and Ron Allan—who Peacock says “could not be more knowledgeable or helpful”—are happy to answer questions, provide detailed digital photographs and ship anywhere.


  • The 2006 Audi A4 3.2 The 2006 Audi A4 3.2 - Photo

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    • jkutticherry

      One of the things I hate about Manhattan is that I no longer have the pleasure of driving. Better for the environment, yes, but no fun for me. When I go back home to Massachusetts, however, I get to speed around suburbia in this car, and I absolutely love it. It has a clean, simple design, powerful engine, luxurious interior, great sound system, all-wheel drive, phenomenal sound system, and is just a wonderful all-around car. It handles like a dream, but offers the cushiness you'd expect from a luxury vehicle.


  • Garlic and Sapphires: The Secret Life of a Critic in Disguise Garlic and Sapphires: The Secret Life of a Critic in Disguise - Photo

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    • protogarrett

      A funny, excellent book. Perfect for the restaurant critic and actor in us all!


  • Domke F-5XB Shoulder/Belt Bag Domke F-5XB Shoulder/Belt Bag - Photo

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    • XzanderX

      Domke makes really durable camera bags. I got one a few months back and it goes with me where ever I go.


  • Rotary Sifter (From Williams Sonoma) Rotary Sifter (From Williams Sonoma) - Photo

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    • Anna

      I love baking, but sifting ingredients has always been a pain. That is, until now. Rotary sifter, where have you been all my life? I first tried a rotary sifter in the test kitchen of a magazine where I was competing in a cooking contest. I'd requested "a good sifter" thinking maybe the test kitchen professionals knew something I didn't about sifting. Sure enough, a funny looking sifter with a crank and two "wheels" turned up at my station. Thinking it wouldn't be any better than my usual shake and press-handle sifter, I gave it a whirl and was amazed how the flour went straight through without clumping or flying up. “I love this thing!" I said out loud. A test kitchen staffer heard me and echoed my sentiments, saying she loved the tool as well. When I returned home to Austin, I did some research and found the best price on this type of sifter was Williams Sonoma. You can buy it at the store for $16.00 or order on line and pay shipping costs. Whatever you end up paying, it will be worth it. My cakes are much better now that I'm sifting the dry ingredients and making frosting, a process in which sifting powdered sugar is key, is a breeze. This is a must-have tool.


  • Starbucks DoubleShot Starbucks DoubleShot - Photo

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    • auntbeep

      I have been drinking a lot of this lately for several reasons: 1) I have been very busy, and don't have time to wait for a coffee drink to be made 2) it's cheaper than a latte, and you can buy it in a drug store 3) I need the caffiene. It's super yummy - and gets to the point. Plus, unlike Red Bull, I don't feel like the inner lining of my stomach is being destroyed.


  • Cracker: Series 1 Cracker: Series 1 - Photo

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    • John_and_Rose

      The compelling Cracker is among the more exciting British mystery series from the 1990s, featuring a hero so flawed he's just as likely to end up inside a jail cell as outside chasing bad guys. Robbie Coltrane, perhaps best known for playing Rubeus Hagrid in the Harry Potter movies, is unconventional psychologist Eddie "Fitz" Fitzgerald, a rotund teacher who exhorts students to look within their dark hearts and who gleefully embraces his own addictions to gambling, booze, and nicotine. The episodes in the first season are "The Mad Woman in the Attic", where a young woman is found murdered on a train, and the only suspect has amnesia. The next one is "To Say I Love You", a Bonnie & Clyde story where two young lovers go on a murder spree, and the last episode is "One Day A Lemming Will Fly", where a young boy is murdered and the only suspect is the boy's English teacher, who is also believed to be homosexual. All episodes are 2 hours long, so you can expect to spend a good 6 hours with this DVD set. Cracker is one of the sharpest, wittiest TV show and Robbie Coltrane is amazing. Season 2 and 3 are also available through Amazon.com. Do not miss!!!


  • Marketa New York Marketa New York - Photo

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    • fieryeyed

      Handbags and jewelry are two treats I can always convince myself I deserve. Both markets are ever evolving and there is always something new and exciting to tempt me. My current find is no exception; Marketa New York offers some of the most simple, yet gorgeous designs that can easily carry you from day to evening. Created by FIT graduate, Marketa Psenickova, the line is modern and sophisticated; using the finest brocades, distressed leathers and silks, the bags gently push the envelope of conventional shape while retaining classic appeal.


  • Logitech V500 Cordless Notebook Mouse Logitech V500 Cordless Notebook Mouse - Photo

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    • rebeccam

      I got this mouse when it first came out. Since then, I always carry it in my laptop bag in case I need it anywhere I go. Without a scroll wheel, there are no moving parts to wear out. It does make a funny little clicking noise that unnerved me at first, but it's not intrusive as much as it was unexpected. It's small, it's cute, and it's very handy.


  • The Bead Cafe The Bead Cafe - Photo

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    • cath

      I LOVE this store. Even if you've never made a necklace or bracelet in your life, you'll be inspired to once stepping through the door of this fantastic little shop. It's a few blocks from my apartment and exactly like an inedible candy store. Bins full of every kind of bead in every shape, texture and colour you can imagine, ready-made jewellery to buy or to inspire you, all the tools you could possibly need, adorable, incredibly helpful staff, and a place to sit, sip tea and create your own jewelery in the back. I go in with one idea and come out two hours later with ten more!