Ahora hasta el 23 de Octubre, Babies “R” Us tiene un especial en donde si compras uno, llevas el otro al 50% de descuento en toallas, batas y toallitas de lavar. Yo no se de usted, pero siento que nuestro chiquito esta creciendo tan rápido que siempre estamos comprando toallas. Babies “R” Us tienen sus caricaturas favoritas de Disney como Winnie the Pooh hasta Nemo para hacer la hora del baño aun mas divertido.
Aqui les va algunos de mis artículos favoritos:
We live a few blocks from a kite park, and we were so excited when we found out they were having a kite festival this past weekend. Lately, Andres has been fascinated with airplanes, and every time he spots them in the sky he starts yelling “avion, avion,” (which means airplane in Spanish). So we knew he would be equally as excited to see a bunch of kites in the air.
Whether you’re transitioning from bottle to cup or looking for the perfect pacifier to soothe your baby, the new NUK Mickey and Minnie pacifiers and learner cups are just what you need. We’ve been huge fans of NUK products ever since our little guy was born, and although our son is a thumb sucker, NUK was one of the very few brands of pacifiers he liked. When our little guy was fussy (and nothing seemed to soothe him) the NUK pacifier did the trick. We always carried it with us when we were headed to the mall or eating out.
Celebrity babies with Latin-influenced names are becoming more and more popular. From Mateo to Valentina, they’re definitely making their way in the baby name charts.
Whether you are Hispanic looking for a baby name to reflect your heritage or perhaps just looking for a unique name with an appealing sound, here are a few Spanish names inspired by celebrity babies.