Confession: I love BOGO sales. They’re always the perfect opportunity to stock up on basics. Right now at Disney Store, you can BOGO 50% off select Disney Baby styles including sleepwear, Cuddly Bodysuits and graphic tees. Featuring your favorite characters like Mickey, Minnie, Winnie the Pooh, Disney Princess, Thumper and more, this sale is the perfect opportunity to spruce up baby’s closet at a great price! The BOGO 50% off sale at Disney Store is only for a limited time, now through April 20th or while supplies last, so you’d better hurry: with a sale this great, these baby styles are sure to sell out quick!
Here are my favorite picks for baby from this awesome BOGO 50% off sale at Disney Store.
I’ve always had a special place in my heart for Winnie the Pooh. There’s just something about that silly ol’ bear that I’ve always loved, even as a kid. And of course, I’ve got a soft spot for poor old Eeyore and it’s so sweet to see how much Judah loves Eeyore, too!
Winnie the Pooh is such a great character for your little one: a perfect gender-neutral theme, sweet springtime colors and woodland scenes, adorable characters and everything there is to love about the magic and imagination of childhood. Now, you can find Everything Winnie the Pooh for your little one in one convenient place right here at Disney Baby!
For months now, we’ve been playing the careful wishing game of hoping Judah will crawl soon. On one hand, we couldn’t wait for Judah to meet his next biggest developmental milestone; on the other, we know it’s a whole new ballgame once our little guy becomes mobile. After weeks of watching, coaxing and a little luck, we can’t take our eyes off Judah for a second now that he’s finally figured out how to crawl!
Passover is my favorite holiday of the entire year: a gorgeous meal with friends and family as we elaborately retell a thousands-year old story around the table. Some of my favorite holiday foods make their only appearance during year only at the seder table. Passover starts in just over a week and we’re already busy making preparations. Every year since we moved to Massachusetts, we’ve hosted a big seder for our local friends.
This year, our Passover celebration takes on an extra level of joy as we welcome the newest member of our family to the seder table: our son, Judah. It’s one of those magical moments for which my husband and I have been waiting a long time.
Now that I’ve fully weaned Judah, we’ve had to make some adjustments to baby’s bedtime and naptime routines. And we’ve stumbled onto a lullaby failsafe that works every single time we need to get Judah to sleep. And yes: it’s opera, of all things! Judah is, in many ways, his own little Renaissance Man. He comes from a diverse cultural background. He’s his own budding foodie.
So really, why should his taste in music be any different?