Friday, April 24, 2009


pink cowgirl boots

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You can fill your little cowgirls' gift basket with our recommendations for cowgirl gift ideas
. Even if you start out focused on a sharp pair of pink cowgirl boots, it’s going to pretty darn hard to pick one single item that you would like to see your little barrel racer or rodeo queen open at her birthday party after you see all the cool stuff that country and western girls are wearing these days. There are so many cute styles in grownup as well as baby girls’ western clothing that you just might be tempted to burn the numbers right off that debit card.

If your budget is plush, you might present that special horse loving girl a hat, a western shirt with pearl buttons and lots of embroidery to match her pink cowgirl boots. If you have to pinch pennies like the rest of us and make a decision on which of the cowgirl gift ideas would be the best if you can only manage one item; get the cowgirl boots. Whether you are shopping for a baby cowgirl, a toddler or teen, she will get more use out of a pair of boots than any of the other gifts that we mentioned.


For a baby, cowgirl outfits in pink accompanied by a pair of pink cowgirl boots are always a big hit. For older girls, the range of colors that you have to pick from is somewhat broader than when they were children. Not that a pair of pink cowgirl boots won’t be pleasing to a teenage girl, just that the hat, boots and cowgirl outfit doesn’t have to be pink. In fact, you should get ready for a confusing array of trendy cowgirl outfits in every color under the sun when you enter the country and western clothing store.

For that reason, when tossing kids' cowgirl gift ideas around in your head, you should know that unless you are shopping for a baby cowgirl or any girl that’s older than a toddler you should find out from her mother, best friend, or some female that knows what she is talking about, what her favorite colors might be. It would be a real shame for those suede leather, pink cowgirl boots to go to waste just because the little lady wanted a pair of red cowgirl boots or you bought ropers when she prefers riding heels.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

WINNIE THE POOH BABY STUFF is COOL! Just ask Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz!

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For parents who may have the idea that a Winnie the Pooh nursery theme is no longer fashionable, think again. Tigger. Eeyore, Piglet and Pooh have not aged a bit since they first appeared on the storybook scene all those decades ago. But some decorators who are always on the lookout for the next cool trend have (pardon the pun) Pooh Pooh-ed the idea of decorating a room filled with images of life in the 100 Acre Wood.

Well friends, hold the presses and get ready for the real estate value of said forest to skyrocket because celebrity mom Ashlee Simpson and her husband Pete Wentz have breathed new life into the classic Winnie the Pooh baby nursery theme. They were treated to a Winnie the Pooh baby shower awhile back. Now they have released photos of their baby's nursery, albeit before the furnishings were in place, showing painted pictures of Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and friends in a cleverly designed 3D wall mural.

At first glance, the mural seems to be a classic Pooh theme wall decoration. And then upon closer inspection you see that the chalkboard on Tigger's easel is real and not just a painting. I can imagine Ashlee and Pete using the chalkboard to leave messages for each other or to make notes to help them plan little Bronx's play dates with other celebrity babies.

I hope that the post pictures of their Winnie the Pooh nursery theme once the room is completely decorated. I feel that the wall mural is just the beginning of a beautiful room for Bronx and that my decorator friends are probably busy working up similar designs as I write and that the number of requests for Pooh nurseries is going to increase tremendously in the near future.

I don't know about you, but I'm going to stock up on Winnie the Pooh gifts right away before they get too expensive for my budget!

Thursday, April 02, 2009


I have to give myself a big superhero size pat on the back for ferreting out some really cool Spiderman gifts to load into a gift basket to deliver to a little boy’s Spiderman birthday party tomorrow. When somebody sends out a particular type of invitation, I consider it a challenge to on occasion dress my kids in accordance if I’m feeling particularly festive and playful I might even put together a costume for myself.

Even if I don’t dress the family up in their spandex Spiderman costumes for the party, I try to be sure and buy items according to theme. And while you may not think that this party would be very difficult to buy for what with all the cheap Spiderman decorations and toys out there, it was for me for the fact that this child requests Spiderman gifts for every birthday party and holiday that rolls around! Last Christmas I gave him a fab Spiderman backpack and that little boy adores it but under those circumstances a girl can run out of Spiderman gift ideas in a hurry.

But, as I mentioned I managed to find a few new items that I found like an official Spiderman fishing rod and reel and tackle box that lights up and is decorated with spider webs and some Spiderman theme wall decorations for the boy’s bedroom that match his comforter and the rest of his room decorations. All that’s left is to arrange my Spiderman gifts in a basket that I spray painted red and see which girl gets to wear the costume.

All three of our kids will be attending the Spiderman birthday party and even toddler costumes are not cheap unless you can find one on clearance sale after Halloween. So, I’m wondering if I should just forget it and not even draw attention to the fact that we do happen to have one (and only one) toddler size Spiderman costume to avoid the inevitable argument so that we can enjoy the birthday celebration in peace.

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